Giulio Bevilacqua

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  1. Become spontaneous. That's meditation.
  2. It is more powerful and intelligent than your attempt to concentrate. See if you stop concentrate and focus you have to start again and the effects vanishes .
  3. Thanks Brother. Yes its llike taking a jump into a black hole. Now swaying between resistance and surrender
  4. You can not control Kundalini. Kundalini controls you. Kundalini is the end of all control and effort. It's the ultimate path of surrender to God's will.
  5. That is totally wrong. Kundalini is divine intelligence and can't go back by any forceful attempt or method. It can become more dangerous if you are not willing to surrender to her or trying to fix her.
  6. Yes I agree. Beautiful
  7. It is said that before entering the sea a river trembles with fear. She looks back at the path she has traveled, from the peaks of the mountains, the long winding road crossing forests and villages. And in front of her, she sees an ocean so vast, that to enter there seems nothing more than to disappear forever. But there is no other way. The river can not go back. Nobody can go back. To go back is impossible in existence. The river needs to take the risk of entering the ocean because only then will fear disappear, because that’s where the river will know it’s not about disappearing into the ocean, but of becoming the ocean. Khalil gibran
  8. Check out on Facebook the group. -Kundalini awakening guidance and support -
  9. Thanks brother. Could you tell me something more about it
  10. I am afraid and really terrified. It takes a lot of loving trust and surrender to life's intelligence. I did other posts about my kundalini situation. As the energy awakes within your system the body starts performing spontaneous body movements that are designed for clearing your energy system from accumulated imprints. In my case the body starts whirling and spinning like a dervish very fast. I have come close where the speed would take over completely over the body but shortly I stopped willingly because it scared the hell out of me. I feel very good after but still not able to let go completely. I feel it would be the end. I am afraid of the void I am scared like a child that has lost his mother in the woods. It's a turning point where one can't go back. It's just about trust and trust. But damn god it's brutally challenging. Facing the fear of one's death and dissolution .... I am afraid
  11. Definitely terrifying. It's the end. Finito
  12. Are you doing any spiritual/energetic practices? Head pressures could sometimes be some Kundalini arousal symptoms
  13. Thank you. This stuff is so fascinating to read
  14. In meditation you go through what you need to go through. No one has to tell you anything. God is the only therapist. If you have God or the Truth as your therapist, you can not do better. The only fee God wants is surrender to Him. You can say Her if you prefer. The Goddess is Truth. Truth is the way things actually are no matter what perspective you take. You just let meditation happen whatever way it wants. Let His will be done, not yours. Surrender, then, is to choose to let God, the Truth, or whatever you want to call it, guide your body, feelings, and mind, your thoughts and attention. You will be lead you through the most fascinating, exciting, sometimes boring and even terrifying journey to to union with the Truth. By surrendering to the life energy, the body can naturally go through what it needs to go through in Natural Yoga. It does not become tired. The mind goes through what it needs to go through so it does not become stuck or frustrated trying to control the attention. And the feelings can flow when they are ready; when they are not ready, nothing happens. So just let it be. One can do many hours of Natural Yoga over long periods of months and years. The serious aspirant can devote his or her whole life to this activity. Four to eight hours a day spent in meditation is not unusual for a serious practitioner of Natural Yoga