Reader Q&A. If you've got a ticket to Nirvana, why should you stick around 'till the curtain closes? A reader observes that people are unreal, that suffering is inherent in life, and all he wants to do is get to that state we call Nirvana. How do we approach this duality of Real/Unreal and Existence/Nirvana? Let's look.
Spirituality can fuq you up. Spiritual pursuit, meditation and practices can illuminate a few corridors, while leaving you blind to everything else. Sometimes spirituality is the worst thing that can happen to you. How can you tell if you're having a spiritual problem, or a problem with spirituality?
After a Kundalini activation you might find people reacting to you in the most unusual ways. If you find your energy has become a bit intrusive and it's affecting your sex life as well as how you deal with people in general, you'll want to read this reader Q&A.
Enlightenment does not happen to improve life. To an unenlightened person who is inclined toward happiness, life can be glorious. To people who tend toward negative emotions or feelings of low esteem or loneliness or persistent feelings of lack, for those people enlightenment might "improve" their negative state. Enlightenment is not required to live a happy life, filled with awe.
Here's a reader Q&A about coping with sudden changes in energy, perception and so called "psychic" abilities following a Kundalini event. We discuss fatigue, 360° awareness & filtering out the sudden increase in external stimuli.