What to expect in a session?


During a Session


In the beginning of the session, we will establish some agreements to create a space that is confidential and safe. After that, I will explain the energy and the process of the session, and then I will give everyone the opportunity to ask any questions.

When we start our Kundalini Transmission, everyone will lie down with their eyes closed, and I will begin to play music that will guide everyone along the journey. First, I will lead everyone through a short relaxation and breathwork practice. After a few minutes, there is nothing else for you to do but allow and surrender to the present energy.

I will walk around and may touch you to provide additional support to your system (please know that touch is always optional). At times, I might also cue you to take a deep breath or make some sound. Everything I am doing is meant to support the rising of your Kundalini energy while taking care of the capacity of your nervous system.

Examples of what may occur during a session



A common experience during the Kundalini Activation Process is spontaneous movements or kriyas. These movements are involuntary and non-intentional and can take the form of trembling, quivering, or jolting sensations in the body. These kriyas occur due to increased millivoltage discharging along the motor neurons and muscle fibers, leading to spontaneous twitches or vibrations, which can cause the body to move. You may witness examples of these movements in my Instagram videos.

Kriyas are the physical body's way of releasing stagnant or blocked energy and emotions, clearing the path for a lighter state of being. They are temporary experiences that arise as the neural networks, endocrine system, and meridian networks adapt and integrate the amplified signals associated with the awakening of Kundalini energy.

Approaching these experiences with curiosity and surrender is essential, allowing the body and energy to find their natural balance and integration. Each session is a unique opportunity for the neural, endocrine, and energetic systems to harmonize, facilitating a more profound sense of well-being and alignment.

During a session, it is possible to experience a range of physical manifestations as the inner energy moves and releases. These can include:

  • Trembling
  • Twitching
  • Small or massive jerks
  • Graceful movements of hands or other body parts
  • Swaying
  • Grimacing
  • Dance-like movements
  • Yoga postures 
  • Violent movements like beating of the chest
  • Tapping
  • Muscle contractions

These physical expressions are outward manifestations of the movement of our inner energy. They can arise as a natural response to the energetic shifts and releases occurring within the body. It's essential to approach these experiences with acceptance and non-judgment, allowing the energy to flow and express itself in whatever way is needed for your healing and transformation. Your body's way of returning back to center.

During the process of awakening the Kundalini energy, the opening of our unconscious minds allows suppressed emotions to rise to the surface. This can occur in different ways, sometimes manifesting as violent and jerky or graceful movements when the emotions are more blissful.

In some cases, individuals may not immediately recognize the connection between their emotions and the specific movements of their bodies, as certain emotions may not have fully emerged from the unconscious mind. While the outer expression, known as kriyas or movements, is visible, the full emotional content may not be fully felt at that moment. However, with time, the emotions are likely to emerge more thoroughly, leading to a decrease in the intensity of the particular movement experienced.

It's essential to approach these experiences with patience and understanding, allowing the process to unfold naturally as emotions gradually emerge and are integrated into our conscious awareness.

The correlation between emotions and kriyas can be elusive for many individuals, making it challenging to identify the specific emotion associated with a particular body movement. This occurs when the emotion has yet to surface from the unconscious mind's depths fully. Thus, while the outward expression, the kriya, or movement, is observable, the person may not truly sense the emotional content at that moment.

However, this lack of immediate emotional awareness does not pose a problem. Given time, the emotion will typically emerge more fully, bringing about a decrease in the intensity of the corresponding movement. It is a natural process that allows the emotion to unfold gradually and integrate into conscious experience.



Trauma cycle completion refers to the process of fully resolving and integrating a traumatic experience, allowing the survival instinct reactions to return to a normal or neutral state.

It is important to note that trauma does not necessarily make a person stronger. Instead, individuals may become less sensitive to future trauma by suppressing their trauma, which is often mistaken for strength. This avoidance and resistance to dealing with trauma can prevent the completion of the trauma cycle.

Unlike animals in the wild, humans often struggle to naturally complete trauma cycles after surviving emotional, physical, or sexual abuse. Animals instinctively shake off their trauma or engage in actions that simulate the act of survival, thereby completing the trauma process.

Completing trauma involves discharging the retained autonomic (nervous system) energy, which can be experienced as a physical and energetic response during the healing process.

In humans, surviving a trauma does not necessarily mean completing the trauma. The traumatic experience may become imprinted and stored in the brain, suppressing adrenaline in the body and muscles. This creates a protective response, resulting in tension and long-term symptoms such as depression, anxiety, chronic pain, dis-ease, and even suicidal thoughts. The lack of release of this nervous energy can lead individuals to carry the effects of trauma throughout their lives.

Epigenetics, the study of how the environment affects gene expression, suggests that ancestral trauma can be passed down to future generations. While the DNA itself does not change, environmental factors, including emotional and physical trauma, can switch genes on and off, impacting emotional and physical health. This sheds light on why ancestral trauma influences our well-being.

Effective healing approaches should facilitate the completion of trauma cycles in both the mind and body. However, it is important to note that reliving the traumatic event is not always necessary. Energy transmissions and bodily processes can enable individuals to complete trauma and resolve specific traumas without directly reliving the traumatic event. It is akin to understanding the aroma of soup without immersing one's head in it.

While becoming numb or feeling paralyzed by the past may have served as a coping mechanism, it can have negative consequences, impacting various aspects of life. Although we cannot change the past or what has happened, we have the power to alter our perception of it, move forward, and determine how it presently affects us.



In our modern lifestyles, stress and a lack of presence are prevalent, often hindering our ability to find moments of rest and contemplation. Even when we take a break from our usual activities, we may notice that our bodies and minds remain active. Thoughts persist, urging us to continue or engage in more tasks while our bodies remain restless and poised for further action. This restlessness makes it challenging to fully embrace and appreciate moments of rest, leading us to opt for alternative activities instead. We would rather avoid experiencing the stress, tension, and sensations present within our bodies during moments of stillness.

This lack of presence hinders our ability to engage with and find solace in restful moments fully.



Constant engagement with thoughts can make connecting with and feeling bodily sensations challenging. However, it's essential to recognize that we don't always have to act on every thought that arises. The mind is ever-active, continuously generating ideas, plans, hopes, and fears, never allowing for proper rest. The consequence of this constant mental chatter is that our attention remains fixated in our heads, leaving us with limited awareness and presence in our bodies. We become disconnected from our true selves and allow our minds to dictate our actions.

The powerful frequency of this practice helps shift our attention out of our heads and back into our bodies. This shift in attention enables us to reconnect with our bodies, experience greater bodily awareness, and connect with our true feelings. By redirecting our focus, we can alter our perspective on our actions and establish new priorities in life.



Letting go. Many individuals find it challenging to embrace the present moment and allow themselves to sit with their feelings and emotions. In today's society, we are often not encouraged to acknowledge and process our negative emotions, leaving them trapped within our bodies. These emotions become imprisoned within our cells, shielded by an unconscious defense mechanism that convinces us it is unsafe to experience these feelings.

However, true healing begins when we courageously delve into the depths of our emotions and fully embrace what we feel. Although this journey can be challenging, the transformative power of Kundalini energy awakens our life force to penetrate our cells and uncover those buried emotions. These emotions can be released with your willingness, offering a path to liberation and profound healing.



Through the activation of Kundalini energy, stagnant emotions find a pathway to be fully felt and released, often manifesting as sounds or noises expressed from the throat chakra. Embracing and allowing these spontaneous expressions enables the release of unprocessed emotions and facilitates the completion of trauma cycles. Some common manifestations include:

  • Laughter
  • Crying
  • Singing
  • Screaming
  • Humming
  • Yawning
  • Coughing
  • Burping
  • Unfamiliar sounds you may have never made before

By surrendering to these natural expressions, the unprocessed emotions are given space to shift and transform, fostering healing and resolution.



The activation of Kundalini energy and the opening of the third eye is a distinct yet interconnected phenomena. While the third eye can be opened independently of Kundalini energy, being in the frequency of Kundalini can also stimulate the awakening of the third eye. During sessions, individuals in this Kundalini frequency often experience heightened visions, receive clear messages, and have profound connections to the spiritual realm. Many have also reported their third eye beginning to open for the first time.

Kundalini energy infuses the spiritual body with a vital life force known as chi, promoting spiritual growth and expansion. It acts as a catalyst on the evolutionary journey, disrupting the normal rotation of chakra wheels and other energetic channels, opening and clearing them while restoring balance.

Furthermore, Kundalini creates a pathway for higher energies to flow into the spiritual body, purging accumulated blockages and revitalizing the energy system. As a result, the body's life force and vitality significantly increase.

Within our energetic system, the third eye is one of the chakras that can open wider or awaken for the first time through participation in these sessions. Opening the third eye empowers individuals with spiritual vision, allowing them to experience colors, vibrant, moving shapes, dimensional travel, telepathy, glimpses into the future, communication with the departed, past life recall, and connection with the higher self.



Bliss is a phenomenon closely associated with Kundalini, particularly in relation to heart expansion and the increased flow of energy in the nerves. It is deeply intertwined with healing energy, as it can dissolve the pain body and release the impact of past trauma from the body. In a positive way, Bliss helps us dissociate from our past pain, creating space for profound healing.

Maintaining our current sense of self and identity requires immense energy, which hinders us from discovering our true potential. Our grip on our identity, place in the world, and past keep our Kundalini dormant. However, when bliss is experienced during a session, Kundalini dissolves our neurosis, pain-body, accumulated stress, and trauma by flooding the brain and body with blissful energy, allowing us to forget our past somatically. Every body part can then experience the transformative flow of healing bliss.

Within the body, various natural hormones play a role in this state of healing bliss. These include endorphins, endogenous cannabinoids, sex hormones, nitric oxide, dopamine, oxytocin, ionized cerebrospinal fluid, and phenylethylamine. The concentrations of these blissful agents fluctuate throughout different Kundalini events and stages.

Experiencing the bliss state can evoke profound sensations of oneness, deep connection, intense gratitude, pure joy, calmness, love, peace, orgasmic waves, out-of-body experiences, expanded awareness, and a sense of floating in the divine.



During the session, you may have intense energy manifesting inwardly. There may not be much external movement or visible emotions, but you will feel a deep internal sensation of energy in various parts of your physical body. These sensations can include:

• Goosebumps • Flickers of energy • Sensation of energy flowing like liquid • Feeling coldness or heat in specific areas • Tingles • Numbness • Sensations of pain or discomfort in past injuries or spaces of stagnant energy • A weighted, heavy feeling or stiffness • Itchiness • Pins and needles • Electric shocks • Energetic pressure in certain parts of the body • Sensations of bubbles rising • Cool breeze on the skin • Popping sensation in the ears • Pressure in specific body areas

These experiences indicate the physical body's way of dissolving, clearing, and purifying the energetic system. If you encounter any pain or discomfort, it is important not to let the mind take over. Stay present with the discomfort, almost merging with the uncomfortable sensation instead of becoming frustrated or trying to avoid it. By allowing yourself to be with it, the discomfort will gradually dissipate and melt away during the clearing process.

It's important to remember that you maintain full awareness of your experience throughout the session. If the intensity of emotions or movements becomes overwhelming at any point, you can always open your eyes, sit up, take a break, or even visit the bathroom. You are safe and conscious and can navigate the session according to your comfort and well-being.

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