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Seek Ye First


"Ask and it is given", "Knock and the door shall be opened", "Seek and ye shall find"... So I asked and I knocked and I seeked... And it was given. Yes, sweet Kundalini has eagerly spurred into action.

A little back story is, I feel, required here.

I always knew there is something bigger than us, something more. The concept of God that I had drilled into me, just didn't seem right. It was the Christian concept. Not 'wrong', just not 'right', for me.

So I got down to some hardcore knocking and seeking and asking. Which didn't lead me to a satisfactory conclusion until I was 20.

I overdosed on heroin and died five times. I was in a coma from September 1996 until end of December 1996. "This is strange", I thought, "I'm not me. Where have I gone?"

Anyway, fast forward 15 years or so of being lost. I was in a wheelchair, dependent on other people, being emotionally blackmailed on a daily basis. Being a Scorpio, I just couldn't handle it.

So I got down to some double hardcore asking and seeking and knocking.

Kundalini to the rescue!

I'm now not just Ed, I'm SuperEd!

Assertiveness, confidence, self-esteem, many many spiritual insights - it's all good!

I could talk endlessly about horrible symptom after horrible symptom, but there's no need. I enjoy them all immensely, since I know Kundalini has only my best interests at heart. Yes, I even enjoy the feeling of going insane - after all, I tell myself, it's the negative emotions being cleared (better out than your ankle, as my Dad is so fond of saying).

I knocked and the door was opened :o)

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Gayatrishiva (7 posts)
12 years ago (2012-05-12)
I have read autobiography of a yogi and that book does have something beyond this world. Its kind of properller like.
quixoticqt (1 stories) (16 posts)
12 years ago (2011-10-05)
Yogi bear... I think that just made my day a lot more cheerier!
❤ Qt
Ed (1 stories) (1 posts)
13 years ago (2011-08-04)
Thanks for your comment. I'm a big knowledge seeker, it's something I enjoy. I collect information from outside myself (books for example - the Rampa books are great), and I also collect much information from within myself (meditation, for example). However, I haven't read Autobiography of a Yogi - it sounds much like the Rampa books. Since Yogi Bear is "smarter than the average bear", I suspect Yogi is trying to teach Boo-boo to transcend his ego - apparently stealing picnic baskets is a primary transcedental teaching:P Anyway, I went on a tangent there, thanks again <3
IwanttoHelp (32 posts)
13 years ago (2011-08-04)
I am having the same thoughts now as you, and am also Scorpio, did you read Autobiography of a Yogi. It has made many things clear for me and I think it will also interest you.

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