The Kundailni Awakening Experience

Signs and Symptoms of The Kundailni Awakening Experience

The Kundalini Experience

Kundalini Awakening Signs

To help people identify that what they were feeling and experiencing were actually signs of Kundalini Awakening and not symptoms of a mental or medical condition, I created a list of Kundalini Awakening Symptoms for them to use as a reference.  These symptoms were from my own experience with Kundalini Rising, and were certainly not comprehensive.

Kundalini is a very mysterious process and its awakening and rising tends to always have some unique and personal aspects.  Of course there are many common signs, but if you read the hundreds of comments in that article thread, you will notice there are various different ways that people experience kundalini.   These varied experiences then gives us more insight into the nature and secrets of kundalini and how she works.

The Kundailni Awakening Experience

One good thing though with regard to Kundalini Syndrome, which is what the experience of Kundalini Awakening is often referred to as, is that the approach to dealing with the challenges such awakening brings is usually common.  Of course there are cases on the extreme end of the spectrum, which need medical intervention and/or psychotherapy, but the vast majority of cases can be handled individually by following the advise laid out in the following 2 articles…

7 Effective Tips for Dealing with Kundalini Syndrome

Kundalini Shakti Help and Advise

So as I alluded to above, the list of kundalini symptoms I enumerated is not necessarily a complete list, and today I want to share with you Don’s kundalini experience, which has a detailed account of what he went through with regard to kundalini.

I find his account very useful as it adds to the list of signs of kundalini awakening and also provides valuable advise and help for others who might be struggling with kundalini syndrome.  I want to thank Don for sharing his experience with us and if you have yourself experienced kundalni rising please do share your experiences with us in the comments section below.  I am sure others will benefit from your insights as well.

Don’s Kundalni Experience and Symptom List:

When I started to experience, what I later found out after intensive soul searching and some online research, to be Kundalini symptoms, I was, to put it quite bluntly, terrified.  The height of their intensity was in November, October, and December of 2010.  I awoke suddenly in the middle of the night to some intensely pleasurable vibrations of a sexual nature, when my wife was sound asleep next to me.  Since I knew it wasn’t coming from either of us, I was disturbed, putting it mildly.  The next few months were followed by me not being able to sleep without the light on.  I felt very strong waves of unseen energy traveling from the soles of my feet toward my head. It was like being in a massage chair.  I had nightmares, and I couldn’t shake the feeling of being watched.

I went through some nights or days when I was home alone with some intense kriyas.  That’s what terrified me more than anything at the time. I had no control of what was happening, and I didn’t yet understand why.  My spine felt like it was elongating. I would go through periods of spontaneous stretching.  I was also experiencing some painful aches in my left side, just under my ribcage, which my doctor had no medical explanation for, after she put her stethoscope to where the pain was.  That physical pain only lasted a few months,
 thankfully.  I went through some horrible neck and back pain for those few months, too.  At times, I couldn’t even stand up straight.

Here’s a list of other symptoms I was experiencing at the time:

1. Spontaneous popping sounds coming from my nose
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2. Itchy crawly sensations on my left leg, between my eyebrows, cheeks, and my neck.


3. What felt like tremendous heat around my left leg and foot. I went through an agonizing forklift injury to my left foot in 2003 that was followed by a long bout of depression, over not being able to support my family the way I was used to, so that needed tremendous healing, and it has in more ways than one today. I didn’t lose my foot, but the crushing injury shattered several bones in my heel, severing my ligaments, and liquifying the soft tissues inside my foot. I shouldn’t be able to run on it today, but I can sprint today from home plate to first base. That shouldn’t be possible, considering the severity of the injury.


4. Intense ringing in my ears
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5. Spontaneous emotional trauma and anxiety (sudden memories cropping up of past trauma of sex abuse my brother and I endured at a daycare in the early seventies)


6. Tachycardia (rapid heart rate of 100 beats a minute or more)
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7. Severe headaches
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8. Seeing black blobs of color with my eyes closed that were beyond dark (fears that needed to be released that manifested into dark entities that I could feel and sense)


9. Unexplained twitches unrelated to anything like Parkinson’s disease
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10. Being jerked awake at times, almost like my arm was suddenly pulled out of socket.


11. Severe lack of sleep.


12. Considered checking into a mental hospital, and so glad I didn’t
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13. Considered an exorcism.


14. Severe lack of concentration, like I couldn’t retain any new information.


15. What felt like electrical sparks around my head and in between my eyebrows.

16. Spontaneous orgasms that would go on for hours when I was alone with no stimulation or visual. (Reminded me of puberty, without a doubt, although I was now 40)


17. Nocturnal emissions (wet dreams).


18. Spontaneous yoga positions, although I’d never taken yoga (something I also experienced often around the age of 10-15).

The list goes on, believe me, but these were the most intense.

Then, an amazing thing happened at about 3 in the morning. I had been lying in bed terrified, when I was suddenly out of my body up near the ceiling in the corner of my bedroom. I looked down to see an intensely beautiful being rubbing my forehead, comforting me. I saw what I can only describe as her wings, stretched down past my toes. My entire bedroom was lit up in the most amazing blue light I can even imagine. In an instant, I was next to my kids’ room, where the light was a beautiful shade of orange. Then, I was in the living room, gazing down at my daughter as she was bathed by a brilliant white light, where she had fallen asleep. Then, I ended up in the kitchen to see an amazing shade of green throughout that space. Before I knew it, I was back in my body.

From that moment on, I have been in awe. I released my fears. I truly did experience a “dark night of the soul.”  If you’re going through anything like that, and you’re scared, just release your fear. Fill your heart and thoughts with love.  Love vibrates at a very high frequency. 

In the coming months, I started to sleep soundly all night long. I started to see auras with the naked eye, as I do today quite clearly. My aura is the most amazing neon green I can imagine, and lately I’ve been seeing my aura turn more blue, and it’s getting stronger and bigger all the time. I’m in school right now, working on medical assisting classes, and I plan on using that as a stepping stone to move into nursing.

There is a spiritual awakening going on. I can feel it every moment.  Trust your heart.  Trust your intuition. Love yourself as you deserve to be loved, so that you can share that with others.

Lately, I’ve been able to see brilliant shades of purple, blue, and green with my eyes closed, and especially during and shortly after meditation.  I see these with the naked eye just as easily.  The universe all around us is teeming with life.  I trust in that with every ounce of my intuition. It’s something that I’ve always had a gut feeling about. It’s nice to know it’s true.

Namaste and God bless you always! – Don Winslow

Kundalini Experience Signs and Symptoms Summary:

Don’s experience is that of a full blown kundalini awakening.   If you are experiencing kundalini activating, you may also be experiencing some of these symptoms.

What I want to especially highlight here is the importance of Trust.  If you are going through something like this, you have to simply trust the process.  This will help reduce the anxiety, stress and fear that accompanies such a process, which will also help reduce some of the symptoms that are actually not related to kundalini rising, but related to stress and anxiety.  I know this can be very hard to do, but the more you can trust kundalini, the better you will be able to handle her.

Some of the interesting symptoms that Don experienced that are often reported are those of spontaneous yoga poses, itchy creepy crawly, intense pressure in the forehead and spontaneously organisms.  If you are also experiencing any symptoms of kundalini awakening, feel free to share them with us in the comments sections below.

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  1. Dave
    Dave says:

    Experienced this two years ago, mildly, and attracted many dark entities because I had no frame of reference to what was happening. Just experienced this fully, down to the intense interactions with intensely beautiful, other-worldly, yet comfortingly familiar beings. I teared up when I read this. I teared up again when I read a comment about someone else tearing up from reading this. This global… Universal transition is in full bloom :)

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  2. Maryam
    Maryam says:

    I’ve been feeling like there has been some kind of kundalini awakening occurring. I dont practice mediation or yoga. I’ve been seeing snakes everywhere: physically, in my dreams, when I close my eyes,hallucinating them and I even ran over a snake and accidentally killed it while driving. I’ve also been noticing that I’m being followed by a dark and heavy entity that emits a powerful negative energy. It visits me at night and looks sometimes like a very black dark hole, sometimes I see a black entity that moves in front of my eyes like a snake. I can feel that these beings are evil. I’ve mostly had negative experiences but I’ve had unexplainable events in which a white light has helped me. Although this occurred only twice, I believe the darkness has pulled me into its grip and I need help

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  3. tori m
    tori m says:

    So I had been praying for an awakening for about a week and during this past blue moon I completely lost touch with earthly reality and went on a spiritual journey. I’m still not sure exactly what type or what it was so I could really use some answers. I began to see god as my bf at the time. And through my experience I began to see god as everyone. I could feel energy emitting from plants and people. I felt intense energy running through my body and could make it rise and fall at will. I could hear and feel the connection in the universe around me. Simultaneously I had a delusional trip where I was the devil. Then I made it into heaven and couldn’t understand how… All the while feeling love for humanity and nature intensified. I like another person’s experience I read could hear voices from the other side “cheering me on”. At one point I was sure my fate was to be sacrificed. I felt demons in myself and tried my hardest to pray and expell them. It was all a very scary experience I ended up checking into the ER because my friends and family were so worried. My experience continued there and I was not medicated but I was admitted to the psych ward. I came out of my “psychosis” as the doctors called it 3 days later but my symptoms were for a week. Since I am out I have an increase in my sense of smell and touch. I am more empathetic than normal. I am more in touch with my body and my spirituality.

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  4. Lauren
    Lauren says:

    Thank you for posting this~ I had my own kundalini experience back in late winter of this year. It was very similar to what you are describing here. Reading what you have posted made me a bit teary eyed. I am thrilled to have found someone who can relate. Although I was terrifired for several months ..I am so happy to find that their are others out there who have stories that corralate with mine. This is something I really want to start being open about. Im excited to see where my own spiritual experience is going to take me next. : ) Thank you for the uplifiting words

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  5. Robin
    Robin says:

    It sounds like there are similar experiences in Kundalini awakening and the body clearing blockages from qigong practice. Observing the experience, remembering what is really happening, meditating and knowing that it will pass is very comforting. Glad you are feeling better. :)

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  6. shama rao
    shama rao says:

    I really wonder how our ancestors research done so much about our body, mind and soul. They developed aurvedic for body, yoga for mind and body, and adyatma for soul. We have to appreciate their contribution. Now we all worrying about only physical happiness.

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  7. jelena
    jelena says:

    Dear Anmol,

    Thank you for the opportunity to share the experience. After finishing my intense yoga teacher’s training, of 7 months, i suffered from horrible back pain (still do after 1 year, but less intense). I was having ayurvedic massages, ostheopatic treatment with very little results. Last month I was walking and suddently felt some sensations around my calfes as if someone was blowing air (I was told they were cool breezes). Then it stopped for awhile. The other day I started feeling crawling sensations around bothe legs. A friend who did an energy treatment previously on me told me about the cool breezes that they are a sign of spirits presence and did not know anything about crawling sensations. In the beginning I was very scared, but less now. I still do not know if all these symptoms have anything to do with the kundalini awakening.

    Regards,
    Jelena

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  8. prachi
    prachi says:

    Does anyone get calluses or corns, in feet? It is like needles are poked into feet, and each corn has a epicentre! HAs this any connection to the Kundalini rising or impurities leaving body?? Just wanted to ask!

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  9. sanjana
    sanjana says:

    Namaste Anmolji,
    I read kundalini experience so though of wrtting my experience and asking for guidance.
    I was feeling low sometimes tired pain in back of neck sometimes drowsy not feeling to move out of the home sometimes crying and then laughing, not eating properly. Sometimes completely normal.Flashes of lights from eyes.
    I was experiencing cleaning of my stomach when I experienced slight tingling in root chakra . I could feel my root chakra spinning for some seconds .
    26th dec morning 6 .15 am I started getting some kind pain from my lower chakras i don’t know how to explain I was moving my body side my side and moaning in pain for some time.Became silent for some time and pain started again. Than my breath started raising and I started breathing heavily I could feel my lower chakras rotating and energy moving upwards I was screaming and then I felt soo much pressure in heart chakra as if my heart will come out from my mouth, I puked .Then my body started vibrating and I started to laugh aloud. I was rolling on the bed turning left n right continued long time my body was not in my control I was sitting up sometimes laying then I slept on my stomach automatically after which I experienced a complete different movement ,my body started crawling and I was sweating ,laughing screaming. After sometime of crawling i started crawling and climbing on the bed same place laughing and screaming. I was climbing each chakra laughing loud I was feeling so much love for god Shiva felt myself connecting to god Shiva and laughing and when the energy reached the back of my neck I could hear some kind of crackling sound from behind my neck I was grinding my teeth rotating my head and my body went into cobra pose stayed in that pose for some time laughing and sweating breath was slowing down.
    After some time I was in shavasana Body started Vibrating again and my whole body was thrown up from the bed 1 feet high .Hands and legs shivering
    I was lying in bed the whole day bcoz my body was feeling too tired and flow of warm energy through my spine.

    Thanks.

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  10. Melinda P.
    Melinda P. says:

    I had meditated for 1-1/2 hours early one morning, breathing into my heart and decided to go back to bed for some more sleep. I was in the middle of a dream, when I felt an incredible wave of well-being, love, and peace come to my awareness as a shimmering, white light blanketed me from the top of my head to my feet. Suddenly, I heard a click or felt a click of some sort, and it felt as though someone plugged my left foot into an electric socket. I heard a tremendously loud noise and energy shot up my body and to my head in a circle, circling very fast, while brilliant, white light shown in my inner vision, with pulsating, vibrating sparks of dark pink/violet light flashed in and out. I awoke and couldn’t move, then it stopped after a short time. I lay there in bed vibrating from head to foot. After awakening, I realized what had occurred, and felt tremendous love for everyone and everything that has stayed with me since this happened two weeks ago. Since then I also have been going through a body purging, some dietary distress, some sleep distress, or extreme farigue at times, unable to be in a mall anymore, and aware of people’s intentions that were not available to me before. I was amazed at the power and intensity of this energy and am working harder to improve my spiritual practice. I hear OM at all times now and sometimes it is deafening, but I take comfort in it.

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  11. Shunte'
    Shunte' says:

    Hello, I am writing because I have been on a spiritual journey for a few years now, but about a week ago I started having different symptoms occur. I have had the ringing in the ears, and heart palpatations. About four days ago I awoke to see a shadow figure in my room just standing there. When I switched on the light it dissapeared. This made me a little uneasy but no big deal. Last night was a whole other story. I had meditated and went to bed around 11pm. Suddenly out of nowhere I felt intense vibratory energy rising from my pelvis. My hands were vibrating with this energy and it was hot. The energy rose all the way to my head and then after a few seconds it seemed to release and spill over from my head. All this happened while I was in a sleeping state, but I was totally aware of what was going on but I could not do anything not even open my eyes. What I felt was like a hot orgasm amped up to an electrical socket. It did not hurt, but was a little uncomfortable until I released the energy. After that I had a bought of night sweats. I mean I was socking wet when I woke up. In the morning I looked up my sysmptoms because I was scared that maybe I had a seisure, but from what I can tell it seems like the Kundali awakening (plus I have never had a siesure in my life). During the process I wanted to scream or at least moan but I could not. I believe that this is what I experienced. I am hoping that is what it was. Let me know what you think.:

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  12. WarriorOne
    WarriorOne says:

    Hello.
    When I read the article to the 3am encounter with the OBE and blue light i knew what was happening. For I too am a contactee. The plasma-like blue light was the give away that it was ET. The being was white, but may have looked bluish due to the lighting. The feeling was exhilaration mixed with curiosity.

    I am beginning to study Kundalini now because i believe it will facilitate more conscious encounters with them/ET. I believe that we may have an “other-self” within us that they have contact with. And our everyday egos may be too fragile and may go into shock if we have direct contact with them as we are now. Accessing the other self, perhaps faciliated with deep meditation and Kundalini practices, may allow the more conscious contact I seek. Or maybe i will be able to co-experience more with that other self when they come at night. I am not sure, of course, but this may be the safest way.

    Thanks for the vids.
    Hope this wasnt too weirded-out. If so, disregard the previous repsonse as shear rubbish delivered by a dilusional individual.

    Bud N

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  13. Katie Wright
    Katie Wright says:

    Goose bumps, cold tingly feelings on and off on my left leg at the front above my knee for the past few days Ive noticed. A few weeks ago I felt tingles up to my knees while walking through grass and pine needles at a lake in both legs. I think the left tingles started after I recently stepped on some wire on my right foot. I have been itchy between my eyebrows for a while and sometimes the skin gets bumpy (I sometimes put cheap bindis there, may be allergic to the sticky glue). The intense urge to see auras and faeries but afraid of aliens, feeling wierd at the thought this is all a hologram

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  14. RANGANATHA RAO
    RANGANATHA RAO says:

    Many of the symptoms described under the head COMMON, UNCOMMON, AND RARE have been experienced by me while meditation or not even meditating when suddenly it happens for not any apparent reason.
    Especially under rare Kundalini awakening, i have had the experience described at no.2,3 and 5. To describe under the no.5, not only my legs and hand rotated but my abdomen also started rotating starting with slow to high speed reminding me of the churning of ocean ( Ksheera Sagar Manthanam)when Devas and Danavas churned the ocean using Mandara mountain and the king of snake Vasuki. This churning happened many times and it was so great that at the end my entire body collapsed on the bed and in that position i experienced immense BLISS and complete SILENCE

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  15. What is Kundalini?
    What is Kundalini? says:

    With so much information about Kundalini symptoms, meditations, and practices now available, it is amazing that so little is understood about Kundalini itself – how it functions in the body, the factors that precipitate an awakening, how the energy works in the brain, and so on.

    What is clear is that most of the knowledge related to Kundalini has remained a buried secret for at least 5,000 years, and that knowledge of its existence and operation within the body presents science and the individual with a unique challenge in light of our modern-day understanding of the brain and body. One of the most sublime treatises on the subject, an obscure ancient text called Panchastavi, presents the riddle. In the first canto, it reads:

    “O Saraswati (Kundalini), verily there pours out from the mouths of those devotees who contemplate Thy entrancing resplendence, spotless like unto a bunch of white lotuses, irradiating the brain and dwelling in the forehead, akin to a stream of ambrosia, an uninterrupted forceful flow of words, clear and full of deep meaning, like the milky and wavy luster of the river of the Gods (the Ganges or the Milky Way). ”

    The reference is clear: Kundalini was recognized as the chief mechanism for an initiate to gain access to higher knowledge through the internal operation of the energy within the brain. Over 100 years ago, a Canadian scholar named Dr. Maurice Bucke put forth an interesting theory, noting the similarities between the experiences of geniuses, the mentally ill, and mystics. It was Bucke’s assertion that these 3 classes of people shared certain common characteristics, and were all the products of a subtle but powerful evolution of consciousness occurring, slowly, within all of humanity. Over half a century later, the internal observations of Gopi Krishna led him to extend on this theory, asserting that Kundalini, known throughout antiquity as the mechanism of spiritual evolution, was also the evolutionary energy in man.

    Whenever we read accounts of a Kundalini experience, with all of their blissful and sometimes torturous characteristics, it is important for us to see things in light of this theoretical framework. Witnessing labor pains in an expectant mother, without having any knowledge of the new life it is birthing, one could easily misunderstand the enormous meaning and implications of the experience – the creation of new life. Similarly, it is important for all of us interested in the Kundalini phenomenon to keep in mind that when we read these amazing accounts of a Kundalini awakening, we are gaining a glimpse into the colossal nature of the evolutionary forces at work within the human brain.

    Indeed, all of the political, social, and economic turmoil we see on the globe is but a side-effect of this evolutionary energy operating in the brain. To understand this energy is to understand not only the nature of this problem, but to gain insight into a solution – one so sublime, that it could only involve the expansion of human consciousness from its present, limited state.

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  16. What is Kundalini - ICR
    What is Kundalini - ICR says:

    Friends,

    With so much information about Kundalini symptoms, meditations, and practices now available, it is amazing that so little is understood about Kundalini itself – how it functions in the body, the factors that precipitate an awakening, how the energy works in the brain, and so on.

    What is clear is that most of the knowledge related to Kundalini has remained a buried secret for at least 5,000 years, and that knowledge of its existence and operation within the body presents science and the individual with a unique challenge in light of our modern-day understanding of the brain and body. One of the most sublime treatises on the subject, an obscure ancient text called Panchastavi, presents the riddle. In the first canto, it reads:

    “O Saraswati (Kundalini), verily there pours out from the mouths of those devotees who contemplate Thy entrancing resplendence, spotless like unto a bunch of white lotuses, irradiating the brain and dwelling in the forehead, akin to a stream of ambrosia, an uninterrupted forceful flow of words, clear and full of deep meaning, like the milky and wavy luster of the river of the Gods (the Ganges or the Milky Way). ”

    The reference is clear: Kundalini was recognized as the chief mechanism for an initiate to gain access to higher knowledge through the internal operation of the energy within the brain. Over 100 years ago, a Canadian scholar named Dr. Maurice Bucke put forth an interesting theory, noting the similarities between the experiences of geniuses, the mentally ill, and mystics. It was Bucke’s assertion that these 3 classes of people shared certain common characteristics, and were all the products of a subtle but powerful evolution of consciousness occurring, slowly, within all of humanity. Over half a century later, the internal observations of Gopi Krishna led him to extend on this theory, asserting that Kundalini, known throughout antiquity as the mechanism of spiritual evolution, was also the evolutionary energy in man.

    Whenever we read accounts of a Kundalini experience, with all of their blissful and sometimes torturous characteristics, it is important for us to see things in light of this theoretical framework. Witnessing labor pains in an expectant mother, without having any knowledge of the new life it is birthing, one could easily misunderstand the enormous meaning and implications of the experience – the creation of new life. Similarly, it is important for all of us interested in the Kundalini phenomenon to keep in mind that when we read these amazing accounts of a Kundalini awakening, we are gaining a glimpse into the colossal nature of the evolutionary forces at work within the human brain.

    Indeed, all of the political, social, and economic turmoil we see on the globe is but a side-effect of this evolutionary energy operating in the brain. To understand this energy is to understand not only the nature of this problem, but to gain insight into a solution – one so sublime, that it could only involve the expansion of human consciousness from its present, limited state.

    – MM (www.icrcanada.org)

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  17. Anmol Mehta
    Anmol Mehta says:

    Dear Judy,

    Thank you for sharing your experience and deep insights with us. One of my experiences with Divinity was very similar in that it ended as soon as I “thought” as well :-).

    Best,
    Anmol

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  18. Judy Wilhelm
    Judy Wilhelm says:

    My kundalini experience happened after a summer of intense meditation back in 1987. I first felt tickling on the soles of my feet. The sensation moved up my legs slowly over a couple days. I experienced spontaneous pranayama and poses as fire went through by body and then the ocean, I sensed and heard angels by the thousands, I felt my cells change. The next day or so I had just begun a simple meditation and incredible bliss came up through my feet and flowed upward through every cell of my body as if every cell was experiencing an orgasm and for a few moments I knew God. I was a part of this amazing energy that was pure love. It was beyond anything that can be described with words. A love that is beyond the word “bliss”. I was in total awe. It lasted until I “thought”. I felt “unworthy” of such an experience. Afterward ash appeared on my forehead. I remained awake for three days. It was so wonderful and scared me so bad that I quit meditating for years! Fortunately I slowly regained my courage! I certified as a Yoga instructor in 2004. I taught for five years, but stopped because of my own imperfections that I judge as unworthy of a Yoga teacher. Baba Muktananda said to ignore everything and concentrate on the goal. That is what I did and it changed me forever. I was a sex addict and a cocaine addict. I thought I needed sex to experience being loved. I was instantly cured as there is no love greater than that! I also realized it is that which addicts are trying to experience. We know and we remember deep within that we are bliss. Addiction is a misguided and ill advised attempt to experience who we are. I continue to meditate and to have many interesting experiences today. However life experiences have caused me to fall into judgment of myself on many occasions and I have learned that enlightenment is a process that is continuous.

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  19. terry lee lawrence
    terry lee lawrence says:

    I have many of these symptoms..just today feeling extremely anxious for no reason?more senstive than ever before its like seeing through walls and people straight into their hearts…I knew the nghbrs where bad 3weeks before they moved in…making P. 6 months later…knew the nghbrs on other side were bad people and yes 3 years later they are behaving very bad negative talk gossiping cold hearted types..I am not comfortable like this feel like a crab without a shell to hide in…very vulnerable..can laugh about it…lol

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