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I had started studying Kundalini energy as part of my recovery from the psychosis I had in January. I told my psychologist then that my recovery entails medication/therapy and spirituality. I have been in recovery programs previously because I am an Adult Child of an Alcoholic (ACOA) and also have battled with alcoholism/self medication. For months, I have approached my health in a quasi 12-step framework. True to my nature, I don’t follow the steps in order or verbatim, because I’m stubborn and I like to do things my way.
My recovery has predominantly focused on 4 major areas: Music, Meditation, Writing, and Yoga. I found a wonderful asset to my healing and growth. Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. Kundalini incorporates meditation, kriyas (movements with words), breath, and movement. There are many different resources for Kundalini – I’ll post a few at the end, but what I love are the Mantras. I…
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I too turned to the spiritual way, realising that if I were to survive this illness, I’d have to be mindful about it and with it. So, I so understand you meditating, and do the same myself everyday. I’m interested in the kundalini practice you speak of, thanks for sharing, I’m gonna give it a go! 🙏❤️🌹
Oh let me know how you like it!!! I think today I’m going to give Yin Yoga a try. I am LOVING finding all these different types, because then I take it and mix it all together and make my own routine ❤