Kundalini, Reiki, and Innate
Kundalini, Reiki, and Innate. In the realm of energy healing and spiritual consciousness, I’ve frequently been asked during my workshops about the difference between Reiki energy and Kundalini energy. This piques interest as we navigate the complex and diverse world of energies that exist both within and around our bodies. Let’s embark on a journey of understanding these energies, their origins, and their unique roles in our overall well-being.
Our existence is a constellation of various energy bodies that work in harmony to maintain our overall health and consciousness. These include the tangible physical body, the mental body responsible for thoughts and cognition, the emotional body that carries our feelings, the psychic body linked to our intuitive abilities, the innate body consciousness, the Kundalini which is electromagnetic in nature, and the shamanic or dream body associated with spiritual experiences and altered states of consciousness.
In my experience, I’ve noticed that Reiki energy therapy primarily connects with the psychic body, the physical body, and the mental body. This doesn’t necessarily mean that Kundalini energy is entirely disconnected from Reiki, but there is a distinct difference in their origins and pathways. Kundalini energy generally flows from within the physical body, while Reiki energy is derived and channeled from an external source. Similarly, the electromagnetic field of the innate body is an internally derived system.
Reiki energy healing is based on the principle of tapping into a source field, a high-frequency reservoir of healing energy. Practitioners open themselves up to this field, acting as conduits to channel this energy to themselves or others. This energy can have a profound uplifting effect on both the practitioner and the recipient. For those struggling with issues like fear and anxiety, or emotional traumas trapped within the body, Reiki can provide significant relief and promote healing.
Kundalini energy, on the other hand, is often associated with tantric sexual practices which focus on raising sexual energies up the spine. The ultimate goal is to stimulate the pineal gland, enhancing awareness, and then direct this energy to the heart, fostering a sense of unity with a partner. Kundalini energy originates in the prostate for men and the G-spot for women, what I refer to as the Lower Pineal gland. This gland generates an electrical excitement energy that typically drives the desire for sexual release. If this release is denied or controlled, this energy ascends up the spine, causing each vertebra to resonate like piano keys. The harmonious vibration of the spine, along with the rising energy, reaches the brainstem, directly connecting with the pineal gland. The spine, in this state, functions somewhat like an antenna for energy, capable of both drawing in and emitting energy.
As the pineal gland becomes stimulated, perceptual awareness amplifies significantly. When the pineal gland is activated in the presence of a partner whose pineal gland is also activated, the energetic awareness descends to the heart and is perceived as love.
The innate energy field is a fascinating aspect of our energy body. It exists within a radius of 6 to 12 inches from our physical body and is the cumulative energy generated by our DNA cells. Access to this field is possible through the heart, the pineal gland, or the lower pineal gland. The innate is a closed system that, while responsive to our words and feelings, operates according to its unique blueprint in our lives. It’s also linked to our aging process; hence, in rejuvenating or “youthing” practices, it is crucial to tap into the innate energy to influence the health of our DNA.
These intriguing subjects form the core of my Energy Activation Seminars, where we delve deeper into understanding and harnessing these diverse energies for personal growth, healing, and spiritual enlightenment.