So, what does a Kundalini Awakening feel like? I can’t speak for everyone and every case, but I’ll tell you about my experience. My Kundalini Awakening started when I was in my early twenties. It was a gradual and willed process that I spent much time and energy on.
The first few weeks, I would have sudden moments of bliss and pleasure. They only lasted for a few seconds but reminded me that changes were happening to my consciousness.
You may often feel currents of air going up your spine. Kundalini can also feel like water flowing through your Ida and Pingala energy channels. For me, it was a combination of both. I’d often feel the air around my third eye and crown chakra in meditation.
I felt a gradual change happening to my consciousness. I never expected full enlightenment after experiencing Kundalini. It’s still happening to me, and I don’t think it will stop as long as I practice and fan the fire of Shakti.
Spiritual transformation with Kundalini is not always easy, but it can have tremendous rewards and feel amazing. You never know what you’re going to get, just like with anything in life.
Your Kundalini Awakening experience will probably be very different from mine. Kundalini is, after all, not about having the most extreme experiences but about the lasting transformation and evolution of your consciousness.
I have had some incredible experiences with Kundalini Awakening combined with sacred plants. It’s my theory that Kundalini interacts directly with the spiritual intelligence inherent in those ancient medicines.
Like the weather, your Kundalini Awakening will change and take you through mountains and valleys. Rain and sun. The teaching is to let every experience come and go and learn from them. Learn more about how to awaken Kundalini.