Because of my own Kundalini awakening, I thought that all Kundalini awakenings are sudden and spontaneous like mine. Recently, I met a rock climbing friend who told me about her Kundalini awakening. She first began spiritual work and exploring spirituality.
As she progressed, she felt changes to her body such as her ability to feel her own energy, and her awareness about things that are happening to her. She did not even realize that she raised her Kundalini until she recently talked with me.
Awakening can occurred gradually like my friend or suddenly like with me. For those of us with trauma, abuse, and other emotional injuries, our Kundalini rising maybe be more difficult. Some may experience psychosis like or physically painful symptoms. This causes much anxiety and fear within us.
The key to a smooth transition for our Kundalini awakening is to deal with our anxieties and fears. Grounding techniques are important to learn, such as deep breathing, yoga, Chi Gong, walking in nature, sitting or lying on the earth, exercise, listening to calming music, acupuncture, massage, Reiki, and any forms of energy work. Doing some spiritual or emotional work prior to raising our Kundalini is highly recommended.
Once our fears and anxieties are under control, then our higher selves will guide us through the healing process during our Kundalini awakening. So, have faith in our abilities to heal ourselves. Sending healing love & light. (Copyright 2013 Awakening Journey with All Rights Reserved)