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.
Will having sex after Kundalini awakening cause further activation? While I'm interested in having sex with my husband, I'm terrified that it will get things really moving again in some way. Relationship is on the line right now with me holding back on sex.
A reader writes: "Lately I have been seeing things that I didn't see before. Vibrating/moving/cascading light in surfaces and atmosphere. It all started about a year ago, I moved out of the city to a house in the suburbs. Having an urge to ask questions about the meaning of life. Then I started noticing these phenomena. Also I'm experiencing enhanced intuition."
Remote Viewing is a skill you can learn. Some people have an innate talent for it, but even if they do, they still need to develop skill. Viewers with talent and the dedication and patience to develop the skill can produce astoundingly accurate viewings, unlimited by distance or time. But you'll notice the procedure is rigorous in one thing: lack of any bias whatsoever.
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?