The choices we make can have an effect upon the way our Kundalini flow will express. If we make choices that are not in our best interests, as judged by the Kundalini, the experience can be harsh or with varying degrees of difficulty. If we make choices that are supported by the Kundalini the experience can be gentle.
Sometimes we must learn from having pain. This is a character trait of people and it comes from an over emphasized need to maintain a familiar comfort level rather than having change come into the personal equation.
If you make choices to have certain phenomena not knowing the full ramifications of the phenomena it may be a teaching for you to learn more information before committing to that choice. Having can be very different from wanting.
In the west we do not have as much ethical and validated experiential information of the Kundalini. We have those who practice Kundalini Yoga which isn't the same as having an awakened Kundalini. We have people practicing Kundalini Reiki which also isn't the same. We have authors writing about the Kundalini without ever having experienced it. It can be difficult to discern the truth of the subject in this environment. Yet it can be done. It is a process of discernment and a process of not allowing personal ego wishes and desires of attention, power, or position to hold sway over the decision making and expressive process.
The ramifications of certain choices can be very long lasting. Explorations of certain belief systems carry interactive phenomena that can snare or trap a person into the specific equations of that system. Rituals, entities, incantations, exaltation and subjugation can have results that are not pleasant and indeed are geared towards the expression of pain that can be endured for many years. These can be systems that are not moral as we in the west understand morality to be.
These systems can actively work to try and subvert the individual who is searching for phenomena or exaltation or many of the ego forms of desire based conditions associated with the Kundalini. Some of these systems are for the subversion of the Kundalini awakened individual. Typically these do nothing for the Kundalini they merely trap the person into a continuing loop of ego expression with pain. Forcing more and more karma to be collected for balancing in future existences and slowing down the evolutionary process.
Sometimes this is a needed process. There is no rush and it isn't a race. By slowing down we can learn from the elements of our choices and make determinations of where we can improve from a soul perspective our continuing journey.
Morality is a definite substantive expression within the Kundalini experience. It can act as a compass for the individual with regards to personal positions of interaction among other people and within themselves. Morality can steer a person clear of systems that are generative of ego supported expressions of control typically over others. Many questions about the individual and the Kundalini can be answered through the fulcrum or the moral imperatives.
We can learn about how we seek and use power. Power over ourselves as discipline, or power over others, power over the environment, power of the environment over us, or the power to not attach to the idea of power. We can ask our self where we are with regards to the choice of power inside of our Kundalini and we can listen and feel the Kundalini respond. We can take that response and bring it into conscious expression.
There is a constant influx of moral choices to be made on a daily if not hourly time frame. All of them will hold a guidance to be received or not. We can choose this. We can choose to hear the moral guidance or to ignore it even if we hear it, or to not hear it at all.
These choices can be very difficult. But for those who can manage the intense personal honesty that can be required by the Kundalini the pattern of choices can become a guiding feature in the expression of the new divine body being awakened within them. This is what I would suggest.
When we embrace a morality that is guided by the Kundalini and not by our ego will or by the society we live in we can begin to base all of our responses towards others on a paradigm of moral interaction that has more in common with the divine expressions emergence within us than that of the old familiar points of moral response we have come to know in our past interactive experiences. A new paradigm of moral interaction.
Forgiveness is one aspect of this new moral paradigm. Forgiveness can allow a person to detach from the idea of revenge or vindictiveness or from the holding of a grudge from an unsolicited attack by another person. The feelings of revenge and its many aspects are a form of bondage that can trap us into expressions of anger that can gravitate into hatred.
We can learn not to succumb to these feelings of anger and to neutralize them at the start by evoking forgiveness as quickly as possible and for as many repeated expressions of forgiveness as is needed. Forgiveness is the key to learning that we need not attach to anger or sorrow or rage or revenge. Freedom is the result of the forgiveness process. Freedom from attachment and from the karma that can come with attachment.
Tolerance is another moral choice of allowing a person to be as they are without judgment or inflicted negativity based upon that way of being. Even when those persons activities are hurtful and harmful to themselves. If they are hurtful or harmful to us and others and are actively reaching out towards us in these ways we can protect our self and we can choose to keep a distance and this isn't incorrect as we will not always be in harmony with everyone and some distance can be a good thing. We can choose not to go to the level of the attacker.
Truth will often defray an attacker of forward momentum if they are coming from a deceitful expression. Stating truth can be difficult and it can seem harsh if it is a difficult truth to be given but it can be very helpful to all involved even if it may seem that the person isn't receiving it, on some level they are receiving and it may be the seed that is planted for a later harvest. This is an aspect of love.
Compassion for another even when they are being duplicitous or deceitful can be given. Sometimes a harsher discourse of service is needed to help another gain a level of personal understanding and we can choose to not fear this type of communication. Sometimes this type of communication can be fairly common in the west.
Compassion for others is another moral choice. We can have compassion for another whom we can correctly interpret as being in pain. We can help or come to their aid if it is asked for and sometimes even if it isn't asked for as emergencies of life and limb will preempt any kind of permission unless they are consciously asking you not to help. Sometimes the pain of injury can be so intense that a person will not be able, through the pain, to give conscious permissions.
Kundalini will most often gravitate towards the loving interactions. Most often this frequency and the many related frequencies of the loving interaction will carry and attract the Kundalini response. When discussing love it is not the romantic qualities that are being specifically discussed. Love comes in many formats and the romance is only one aspect of many regarding this quality of expression.
Tough love or love that is being given through the actions of a discipline sometimes harsh can be far more effective and helpful than the application of love as expressed inside of romance. Love offers us many moral choices and it is to us to discern how best to proceed sometimes in the space of a heartbeat.
We have many options to choose from in our expression of daily life. For the Kundalini awakening it is helpful to choose to examine every single response and reaction we have in our interactions with others and our self in order to learn how to sculpt the new divine body into the living expression of enlightenment. This will take some work and it will take the ability to surrender. Surrender the will of the ego to the Kundalini instruction. With practice it becomes as easy as breathing. - blessings - chrism
Morality is a definite substantive expression within the Kundalini experience.