Author Mary Shutan talks about her new book Working with Kundalini: An Experiential Guide to the Process of Awakening

Kundalini awakenings can have profound physical, emotional, and mental effects, making it difficult to cope with everyday life, yet these powerful awakenings can also allow you to release past trauma, see past illusions of the false self, and awaken your spiritual heart, enabling you to recognize the divine self.

We Talk aboutWorking with Kundalini book

  • What is Kundalini
  • Symptoms of Kundalini awakening
  • The three phases of Kundalini awakening
  • The difference between Kundalini energy and chi
  • Kundalini and the emotions
  • Digestive fire
  • Neuro Kundalini
  • Kundalini and the chakras
  • Spiritual power and creation energy
  • How bodywork can help to assimilate Kundalini energy
  • Craniosacral therapy and Kundalini
  • Kundalini and goddess energy
  • What to do if you are stuck in your Kundalini awakening

 

Exploring how Kundalini profoundly rewires the physical body and the mind, Shutan describes the rerouting of digestive fire during the rising of Kundalini energy. She explores the relationshi[ between kundalini and food allergies and sensitives as well as supportive dietary and alternative health modalities, including fasting; pale, keto, vegetarian, vegan, and mono diets; herbal allies; and mineral supplements. She also explores sexual practices that may help or hinder the process and meditation techniques to facilitate Kundalini awakening during each phase.

Providing detailed guidance for each phase of Kundalini awakening, Shutan’s experiential guide supports you as you transform not only emotionally and spiritually but also physically and socially into your divine self.

Mary Mueller Shutan is an acupuncturist, herbalist, craniosacral therapist, zero balancer, and spiritual healer. Author of The Spiritual Awakening Guide, Managing Psychic Abilities, and The Body Deva, she has helped hundreds of people worldwide through her programs and consultations. She lives near Chicago, Illinois. www.maryshutan.com