Kundalini Awakening and the 7 Demons of the Chakras

Kundalini awakening is a very intimate and vulnerable experience.

Oftentimes, it can be confusing—shattering every aspect of our lives and disrupting stable grounds, plans, and constructs we’ve previously established. However, once she is out of the box, nothing can stay the same.

I was blessed—or sometimes, I like to say cursed—with two of these awakenings in the span of 10 years, which led me on a path of deep introspection, healing, and continuous chakra work. It’s an ongoing process that does not seem to end, since individual healing leads to collective healing; and from the personal, we progress to the family tree; and from there, the generations and the collective come next.

Jesus ridding Mary Magdalene of the 7 Demons

The Bible speaks about Jesus ridding Mary Magdalene of seven demons, and since all scriptures are related to each other and have at their core the awakening of consciousness, there is a link from the Christian scriptures to the Hindu scriptures. The link is the chakras—and, of course, the serpent.

Mary Magdalene has often been misunderstood as a woman and misinterpreted in her role at the side of Jesus. She has been depicted as a promiscuous woman with a negative influence on the son of God; so naturally, when Jesus rids her of “seven demons,” she goes down in history as a woman in a pact with the devil—someone who needed a classic Christian exorcism.

But, what if everything in the Bible was symbolic? What if everything was a metaphor? Well, in fact, many stories in the ancient scriptures are metaphors, composed with a richness in symbolism, which helps to access deeper layers of the subconscious mind, rather than the conscious one.

The seven demons that possessed Mary Magdalene are the exact same demons we all have. These demons are the seven faces of the ego. Each one of them is specific to an area in our life and related to a specific chakra. (And by the way, the chakras appear in all world religions too.)

Jesus ridding Mary of the seven demons does not mean that he actually performed an exorcism; he simply released karmic seeds and conditionings from each of the chakras, so that Mary could take up the role at his side as a healer and leader, initiating their followers into higher states of consciousness in alignment with God.

Kundalini Healing

However, since higher states of awareness are only possible when we overcome the ego and understand its sneaky influence on our minds, healing at the core is needed. The more we get rid of the ego—which stands in between us and the world, in between us and pure cosmic consciousness—the stronger our healing capacities become, and the more light can flow through us, and thus spread outward into the world.

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The Divine Feminine: Uncovering the Myth

The Divine Feminine is an aspect of ourselves that is calling for recognition, re-integration and resurrection. It´s the intuitive, creative and divine part of ourselves that in an patriarchally shaped society has been pushed aside, ignored and limited in her expression for centuries. It´s part of our nature, which we most feel when we are in nature, and less when we are in the cities, where the mind, logic and noise are paramount. But what exactly is the Divine Feminine?

When I speak about the Divine Feminine, I´m not only referring to a concept of being more feminine, soft, intuitive and nurturing, but also to the Divine guidance as part of the Divine Feminine. It´s about the art of allowing, receiving and being in flow. There is literally a Divine Spirit awakening all around the globe, reminding men and women alike to soften, to listen within, to follow the flow and to let go of the struggle. To be human after all, but especially to human to ourselves. Accepting, loving and compassionate. Letting things be as they are and letting ourselves be as we are.

What is the Divine Feminine?

Most of the time people wonder: What does that exactly mean? Being as I am? Am I not doing that?

Well, most of the time not. Because being as you are is rather an un-doing than a doing. It´s a being not this not that, stopping to do this and that, to be accepted. Simply being. Accepting the moment, with its pain, its hurt, its limitation, but also its joy, exhilaration and grandeur. Accepting faults and shadows in oneself and then compassionately accepting them in others. Being in flow with everything that is without trying to control it, to change it, to fix it or to modify it. Simply being. Which does not mean, doing nothing. But rather it means being so connected to our inner world that the doing happens spontaneously, intuitively, joyfully.

What She is not

It´s a reminder of what enlightenment is: Being oneself, without judgement, without criticism, without hatred. It´s a reminder of letting go of fear, anxiety, shame, guilt, playing small, jealousy, people pleasing and not stepping into your greatness. It is also a reminder of not being pushy, manipulative through words, actions and thoughts and creating distractions for oneself and others through hyper-consumerism and the like. It´s a reminder of the magic that happens on the other side of all plans, logic and reason, and the greatness of the heart as an ocean of abundance. It´s a reminder of letting go and of simplicity. It´s a reminder of being YOU. You as in the Universe. You as the small inner child. You as the vulnerable courageous person that you are. You as the wildest dreams you have. You with all the flaws and imperfections, which make you just perfect. A perfect human BEing.

Doing the Work

The Divine Feminine, for the ones who hear the call, brings up a lot. A lot of light, a lot of ancestral remembering, a lot of shadows – individual and collectively, a lot of activations and a lot of indescribable occurrences. A lot of guidance, but for that we need to be open to hear the call.

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