Does Kundalini increase intuitive insight? Practicing Kundaling-does it increase personal attraction?
I practiced it a lot of years ago. I don't think it gave me any particular intuitive insight. The whole point (at least according to the yoga-master) was to become vividly & consciously aware.
Of all the forms of yoga out there I think Kundalini is the most intense. I am seeing that "hot yoga" is trendy now, but we never practiced unless we were working in a hot, nearly stifling room.
On the physical side, It gave me a great deal of flexibility and I practice some of the moves I learned to this very day. It's great for joint and back pain and keeps me somewhat thin and limber.
Does it increase personal attraction?
Surely a good shower would do that after a hot workout?
Are you asking if it would help ugly people?
If so; Where can I sign up?
And Do you Guarrantee a girlfriend?
(Even an ugly one?)
Kundalini makes your consciousness turns inwards ... which may or may not induce other side effects... I havn't heard anyone raising their kundalini to increase personal attraction.. People raise it to realize god, forget attracting others..
I don't know the exact answer. Someone says it has good effect but other says it has no effect.
Most yoga practices originating in India have one ideal -- to attain union with God/ realize God / realize your Atman / attain liberation. Any side effects you get are secondary and are to be treated as insignificant when compared to the original goal.
Kundalini yoga practices are to be done with extreme caution only under the guidance of a truly experienced Guru, not otherwise.
Some great spiritual masters like Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (who himself had practiced this yoga and had attained the goal through this method) does not really recommend this path.
Interesting replies-I have been working with Kundalini for twenty-some years. Spirit has been the absolute gift. I would like to see the practice become more wide spread. Yes, it is necessary to work with experienced practitioners. But, I would be lovely to see spirit grow stronger in this world.
I would suggest that you take the guidance of an accomplished kundalini master, who has travelled the entire journey, if it is the truth you seek..
I am a student of a kundalini guru.. GuruSwamiG.. She knows what kundalini is about .. unlike a certified instructor who knows only what is taught..
To attempt to answer your question, I would imagine that the more proficient you are at Kundalini meditation, the more that you raise your consciousness. When you raise your level of consciousness, and therefore your level of vibration, you will attract and be attracted to others who vibrate as you do.
Therefore, you will be less attractive to "others" unless they too have an expanded consciousness - it is the old pyramid. The more you rise to the top, the less people there are like you. It is the age old problem of the spiritual seeker. Plus, in my experience, many seekers (male and female) are celibate!
Thanks for the comment Shealy Healy and be sure that I will surely look into it
After a good practice of energy awakening I seem to have the additional ability to see sparks and shadows of light-here and there. All yoga seems to clear the mind and eyes simply due to the intense oxygen uplifted into the blood stream. However, after a real practice of the golden energy of Kundalini-there really does seem to be an uplift in senses that are not usually experienced.
I just have to share-I just completed teaching a weekend of Kina Nima-similar to Kundalini awakening. I want to share that several individuals came into the event with a stern look on their faces as if life was too hard to manage. After a two day workshop-they were happy. It was easy to see the change. The gifts are intuition, aura seeing, emotional opening...
But, most of all-these people seemed to be released in some way.
Release. If you ask me-release is a great gift.
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