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Toller

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Individuals who undergo a Near Death Experience (NDE) report a number of effects encountered during and after the experience. The same goes for those who undergo a Kundalini experience. What's interesting is that some, but not all, of the effects are shared between the two. In any case, there's a definite overlap, even though they are two different experiences.

For the moment, however, no physical science is able to attest to the certainty of the effects as reported. They lie outside what is perceivable with our five physical senses, and therefore what is perceivable with scientific instruments at this time. In other words, the effects experienced during these events take place within the metaphysical (meaning beyond the physical) dimension. In the future, who knows? Perhaps instruments will be capable of penetrating beyond the physical universe. It is not a question of belief; it’s a question of technology.

Anyway, because NDE reports are so similar — in spite of the origins, locations, backgrounds or morphology of the participants — various university psychology and medical departments are now saying that these anecdotal accounts cannot be only imaginary — that they are worth investigating.


https://www.commonsensekundalini.com/science_spirituality/near_death_experience_and_k.html

I remember reading a book by PMH Atwater many years ago, where she compared the effects of an NDE and a Kundalini experience, how they both seemed to promote self-healing amongst other things. I was trying to find her old website, but it appears to have been relegated to the Internet Archive wayback machine.

https://web.archive.org/web/20070726004501/http://www.cinemind.com/atwater/ndearticles.html

Anyway I thought that I would include a few NDE links here as well:-

From the Roundtable
https://www.transients.info/roundtable/threads/preparing-for-death-the-end-of-this-life.2725/
https://www.transients.info/roundtable/threads/just-an-ordinary-everyday-near-death-experience.1038/
https://www.transients.info/roundtable/threads/an-out-of-body-experience-during-surgery-—-a-journey-to-the-other-side.2212/

The International Association for Near-Death Studies
https://iands.org/

Near-Death Experiences and the Afterlife
https://www.near-death.com/index.html
 
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I've found some information on the Kundalini now :-

The Three Phases of Kundalini

Date: February 23, 2015 Author: maryshutan


It has been my direct experience as well as from hearing hundred of client experiences that there are three distinct phases of Kundalini. Most literature is focused on the first phase either because it is an intellectualization of the Kundalini process without direct experience (there is a lot of this out there) or because the author or experiencer has not reached past the first phase themselves.

The first phase of Kundalini is talked about a fair amount. This is in general the processing of the first three chakras. This is what 90 percent (yes, I made that number up) of people who are experiencing Kundalini are working through (if they are actually experiencing a Kundalini awakening and not a stirring or different type of awakening such as a Top Down awakening, channeling, psychic abilities, etc). When Kundalini arises out of the base of the spine it does so with a primary objective- to clear a path so it can flow. What is blocking it you may ask? Well, all of the emotions, traumas, physical experiences (such as that nasty fall on your tailbone, broken bones, whiplash, and repetitive stress for example), and physical processes (such as diseases) that are causing issues in your body. This is obviously a lot of material.

During this first phase you begin clearing your own material… and then find yourself coming into contact with bigger flows of energy. And bigger blockages. The traumas, wounds, and energies from our family, our ancestors, and past lives are processed- or come up for clearing. This is a deeply physical, emotional, spiritual process. It results in a lot of physical and emotional pain, existential crisis when your belief systems suddenly shift after you have cleared a big ancestral pattern (for example), and a lot of the symptoms discussed here of twitching, lack of control, changes in the body/mind/spirit and even near-death experiences.

The first phase of Kundalini awakening is a very difficult process. Even though you may flicker– or realize “higher” experiences of oneness, bliss, peace, and all of the wonderful things of being in flow and having the direct experience that you are in divine flow– these are temporary as you sludge through the layers and layers of un-awakened Self. It is also true that Kundalini may flow up the spine higher temporarily as you realize the possibilities of the second and third phases of Kundalini. When Kundalini courses temporarily with great force, we get a lot of symptoms (like a great wave crashing on a rock) in the midst of it, and then our Kundalini becomes less active or forceful and returns to the first, second, or third chakra processing. So we may realize a further state (such as the second phase of K rising) but then we go back to what we need to process in the first when the energy becomes less of a tsunami and more of a gentle flow.


I couldn't see a copyright notice, but I've still only included the first part, you can find the rest here:-
http://maryshutan.com/the-three-phases-of-kundalini/

Some research and statistics
Near-Death Experiences and the Physio-Kundalini Syndrome:-
http://krnweb.blogspot.com/2011/05/article-near-death-experiences-and.html
 
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My wife and I rented a boathouse in the Norfolk Broads for two weeks back in June 1994 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Broads)

Ludham Boathouse.jpg

It was during the second week that I remember being stung on the leg by one of those small wasps one morning, not your regular type wasps. By the evening I was feeling very strange and retreated to the small hut which you can see to the right of the boathouse.
While I was sitting in there I suddenly experienced a peculiar rush of energy from the base of my spine up my back.
Although you can't see it in the picture, behind the boathouse is water (staithe in local), the lower part of the boathouse is water (where the boat is), so for a week or so I had been sleeping over water. I don't know whether my affinity for water had anything to do with it, but who knows. I always feel more comfortable by the sea or a large body of water.
Anyway, from my point of view, things started to fall apart, I was getting an hours sleep a night if I was lucky. This went on for months, I was lucky to be able to hold on to my job at the time. I kept going to my GP to try and find out what was wrong, tests were done and nothing was found. Eventually I gave up on the NHS and started looking at alternative treatments. After a couple of false starts, I managed to find a treatment that suited me, eventually managing on my own.
 

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I had experienced that Kundalini energy in 2009 involuntarily. Going up the torso it feels like it's ripping you apart. Quite an energy. I wasn't panicked because it happened it sleep paralysis, two times, so I was more in trance state. I did not know what it was back then only later found out about Kundalini which I had never heard of. It is of course much more and I only had this 'symptom' if you will, no full Kundalini experience over weeks or so. I am also not seeking it. Never did.
 
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Toller, thanks for posting your amazing experience. It seems to have been an ongoing process for you for the last 24 years. Also, while the work of Mary Shutan seems familiar, I am really enjoying digging into some of it. A really great find. Thanks, again.
 

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Like you, Toller, my first experience was 20+ years ago and the result of traumatic injury from an auto accident. It was my great good fortune to be seeing therapists who knew exactly what was happening and explained it to me. So, I saw it as something friendly - a lovely flame that moved around my spine. It stopped at my throat chakra, which I've heard is a sticking point for many women. The next years were much as described in Shutan's article. Then 8-9 years ago, it began again and progressed all the way. (I took to wearing ball caps when I was out as a reminder to "hold it together" enough to manage being in the regular world.) This became a period of tremendous change for me - basically leaving everything I thought defined me behind.

I agree with HM - that article is really good.
 
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Yes, Mary Shutan's blog has a lot of very interesting writings now that I've had time to explore it further. During the last few months I seem to have cleared out a lot of stuff from my childhood, including the accident when I was just five years old. The left hand side of my face swelled up back in August, as though someone had punched me around my left eye, though no discolouration showed, just a lot of swelling. Shortly after, the same happened with my left ear, at the moment, it's my left ear again doing strange things, plus a lot of activity around my base chakra (and hence my brow chakra because they are linked).
 

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