March 17, 2015 at 5:16 pm #44116
Does anyone have any insight into whether acupuncture might help kundalini syndrome?
I’ve had an energy imbalance for some years. Still can’t meditate for 20+ minutes or I get too much energy.
Am getting great relief from Michael’s system. Am nearly done with the fusion practices.
So recently I decided to try some acupuncture, just to see if it could help.
The experience was rather pleasant, and I definitely feel different.
Not sure if it has helped though. It impacts my sleep negatively. My body is buzzing a lot. Kundalini emotional issues seem to come on stronger. On the other hand this could just be blockages being brought out in the light more and resolved. Or I might simply be overanalyzing.
Anyone has any insight about acupuncture and kundalini imbalance? I jumped straight into it without any research.March 17, 2015 at 6:23 pm #44117
It’s possible; it depends on the skill of the acupuncturist. It also depends on your individual constitution as to how well you respond to such treatments.
In the meantime, keep working with the microcosmic orbit, which is designed to help circulate the energy in a loop . . . it provides a downward channel path to balance any upward flow. This, and rooting standing practice, ala Iron Shirt 1 which helps bring energy down toward your center and out of your head.
Additionally, I recommend you cut out any stimulants you are taking . . . e.g. coffee, cigarettes, caffeinated beverages, etc. This tends to keep the system ramped up in overdrive, and–while not the cause–will certainly aggravate the situation.
SMarch 19, 2015 at 2:24 pm #44119
Thanks for the reply steve.
I’m 4 days into the acupuncture treatment now and it’s going much better.
I did the 8 vessels qigong two days ago, and it seemed to balance things out.
My emotional side effects are much reduced. Overall, I’m feeling better, more balanced and with a more smooth energy flow than before I started.
Today I had a strange experience where it was like my smile changed.
I’ve never been able to force a smile. But I was walking down the street and thinking about something funny. My smile – and the muscles in my face – changed. It was like it became more effortless. The change was followed by a more.. effortless feeling in my body and being
I am experiencing eating fits since yesterday. Eating three times my normal amount. It’s not even about hunger. I just feel a need for getting some food in my stomach all of a sudden. Can wolf down enormous portions in a short amount of time. Haven’t gained a single pound, and don’t think I will. Think I am going through spiritual changes and the body is trying to ground itself.
I will continue the acupuncture practice. It feels good.March 19, 2015 at 7:41 pm #44121
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