Krishna, Gopi - the kundalini experience No 2 - the after effects
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Gopi Krishna - Kundalini the Evolutionary energy in man
I felt exhausted and spent. The day after the experience I suffered loss of appetite and food tasted like ash in my mouth. My tongue was coated white, and there was a redness in the eyes never noticed before. My face wore a haggard and anxious expression, and there were acute disturbances in the digestive and excretory organs. I lost my regularity and found myself at the mercy of a newly released force about which I knew nothing, creating a tumultuous and agitated condition of the mind as the sweep of a tempest creates an agitation in the placid waters of a lake.
There was no remission in the current rising from the seat of kundalini. I could feel it leaping across the nerves in my back and even across those lining the front part of my body from the loins upward. But most alarming was the way in which my mind acted and behaved after the incident. I felt as if I were looking at the world from a higher elevation than that from which I saw it before. It is very difficult to express my mental condition accurately. All I can say is that it seemed as if my cognitive faculty had undergone a transformation and that it had, as it were, mentally expanded.
What was more startling and terrifying was the fact that the point of consciousness in me was not as invariable nor its condition as stable as it had been before. It expanded and contracted, regulated in a mysterious way by the radiant current that was flowing up from the lowest plexus
The source of the experienceKrishna, Gopi
Concepts, symbols and science items
Activities and commonsteps
SuppressionsContemplation and detachment