Will a kundalini awakening cure my fear of death?

I'm smart enough to admit I don't know the truth. I have studied NDEs, reincarnation and other paranormal phenomena for years, it doesn't mean these valid experiences prove life after death. I am afraid of all out the outcomes when my time comes.
>atheist theory of eternal nothing
>Christianity or Islam with eternal hellfire
>reincarnation where I'm going to go into the light and forget this life anyways.

I think I'm coming to terms with no matter what is true, my life is ending either way, I will cease to exist whether souls are real or fictional.

I did have a kundalini experience a long time ago, but never an awakening. I had a lightshow in my brain, but that wasn't some perfect realization where life made sense.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    have sex you're getting weird.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    yes.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It’s one way to do it. I just had to lose everything and suffer to lose any fear of maintaining this shitty life. Now I understand it’s all mental.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I had what I believe was a kundalini experience too, would see a crazy light show when I closed my eyes. I was so scared. How does kundalini not scare you anon?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Words don't do the experience justice. I had an intense sensation of pleasure that was better than any bodily pleasure; which is why I called it an experience and not an awakening. I am afraid of the light tunnel theory, but sound hypocritical because that white light in my brain was alluring.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Curious about this. I never felt any sense of pleasure from my experience. Mine was just scary in general. What did you do to achieve this? And when you say pleasure, do you mean a physical sensation? I’ve heard of this but I can’t quite understand. Sorry to derail your thread but I’m on my own search and you’ve piqued my interest

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          my experience felt like an orgasm but spread throughout my body, waves travelling up the spine all the way to my head. Also more intense, longer lasting. It was strong enough to make me start crying of joy. I think it lasted about 1m and a half, and I felt chill af after it ended.

          it came spontaneously, but specifically after I was desperate because of something that happened, and I sort of begged for everything to end.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Need that in my life. Pretty sure I will die without ever experiencing it tho.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I don't think it was a big deal. In the moment it felt like huge, but life literally came back to normal within a day, I still suffered afterwords

            I crave liberation - 24/7 detachment and bliss from this personal existence

            truth is most of this life is something between pain and boredom with sprinkled moments of pleasure and joy, it's just not worth it

            thankfully advaita vedanta helped me a lot, I don't suffer much more

            Are you male btw?

            yes

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Are you male btw?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I had this experience a decade ago but wasn't able to replicate it again. If this was life for eternity, sign me up and remove me from this world.

            Curious about this. I never felt any sense of pleasure from my experience. Mine was just scary in general. What did you do to achieve this? And when you say pleasure, do you mean a physical sensation? I’ve heard of this but I can’t quite understand. Sorry to derail your thread but I’m on my own search and you’ve piqued my interest

            It was something more of a realization in my brain, better than jerking off.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Get with the program already
    Death isn't real
    The ride never ever ends

    Take a frick ton of shrooms
    One is all and all is one

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      about the death stuff, is it the same with another animals?

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    death isn't real; you were never born and you'll never die

    the essence of reality could not give birth to something that is part of itself and is ephemeral.

    Do you understand? You're part of this reality, whose fundamental essence is eternal and indivisible, there's no such thing as death because you as a person is nothing more than an appearance. How could it be that you were born in an universe as a mere glimpse and then disappear into nothingness? How is it possible that somehow consciousness emerges out of nothing and then disappears into nothing? There's no way because no matter how many perishable layers you think you have, you still are here, and you're part of this reality, and this reality does not die. If you investigate the core of your being you'll find that the total sum of your experience is a diverse expression of the same eternal being.

    The final realization is that this is a mere hazy dream, all shapes and forms come and go but your fundamental essence is untouched, imperturbable. Without you, shapes and forms can't be, but without shapes and forms you remain.

    in the end even the perception of a You goes. There is no You here watching things out there, there is simply "This" expressing itself in different ways. In other words, all diversity of experience is an appearance: All is awareness.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What about my memories? You're saying they're destined for death?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        All possible memories already exist and they have no beginning and no end.

        all the possible expressions of the same essence have already happened, because time is a perception trick. You stitch moments together with some probability funkyness on the mechanics of particles and you get the illusion of time passing, progression, beginning middle and end, to you and the whole universe.

        But in reality all possible combinations of how moments could unfold are already real, they have no beginning and no end, because at the highest level of abstraction reality simply "is". Progression is an illusion, just as your memories.

        Memories are simply instances of these moments, but since they all already are, you already know them all. The only reason why you don't know them is because you have self-imposed limitation by your physical body. if you peel back all the layers of focus that you have imposed on yourself you could perceive anything anywhere anytime.

        I don't think you can perceive everything at once in a tangible way though, because it would be like trying to bring infinity into a finite expression, which simply isn't possible. So all we can do is recall things from the limited things you experience here, that is, in relationship to one another.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          very unlikely that the awakening happens while you hold to a primitive fear

          great post

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The final realization
      That is not the final one but still happens inside creation. The manifested and unmanifested are all that is, but paradoxically there is more that reveals the whole creation as a dream.
      Good post btw just wanted to add this because it's poorly known.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I feel like death is only scary if you’re very young or you’ve had a boring life.

    You’ll get over it, just go live your life.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fear of death is a bell curve, so no awakening kundalini will not take away your fear of death, it will just make you fear it more clearly. Also not sure if you can even kundalini if you are afraid of death

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    all you get to take is your experiences
    not even memories
    just experiences
    so next time around you go to do something, hey, I've done this before and get it quickly
    no need to be perturbed by this
    you'd be much better served by a good DMT trip as opposed to overloading your energy system with "kundalini"

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I was once afraid of death to the point of death

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No. Visualize standjng at your grave and wondering why it fears you. Find out WHY not hope some spiritual event will fix it. Even immortals know fear of death. Something ends and something begins. Some things last forever until they dont. Some things seem finite but repeat in different ways. Fear is fear. Conquer it.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ah yes holding onto your mortal form. Just let it go buddy. Let go everything and become weightless

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >LET GO GOY LET GO
      you have one for good reason you DONT let go of it you bring it into here and align it. Whats there to let go of? Should you drift and replace your you with something foreign? Sure way to get into trouble. Every life again.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go innawoods a few hours before sunset. Take 3-4 grams of shrooms. Watch the sunset and it will all make perfect sense to you.
    Probably take someone with you to trip sit.

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