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Kandalini awakening
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September 27, 2016
2:20 am
GermainK
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Hi 

I just started the course and still have some question don’t know if someone can help to answer. 

1. Can someone stuck and die while your meditation?

 

2.what is the filling that make sure that the kundalini is awaken

November 7, 2016
8:25 am
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Hi,

Thank you for the questions. We are happy to answer.

1. This is not possible and not relevant to meditation. Meditation is a state of peace and higher awareness which you have full control of your mind and emotions by your Kundalini awakening. I haven’t seen or heard such a case.

2. When your Kundalini is awakened, you feel cool breeze on top of your head. This is the sign of Kundalini awakening.

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