Kundalini Part 3

Kundalini Part 3
Recorded:25 Jan 2009
Speaker:Eben Swart
Runtime:2h 10m 6s
Also available in: Afrikaans
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The mechanisms by which Kundalini can be activated in the human body have been closely guarded in secrecy for millennia. We take a tour of these mechanisms, and see how they operate in today's churches – especially in the charismatic tradition. Similarly, Kundalini operates in the performing arts, rock music and sport. A list of symptoms is given by which you might diagnose yourself whether Kundalini is active in your own body.


  • Activation of the Kundalini.
    • The charismatic Church.
      • The Nature of Anointing.
        • Contemplative Prayer and Soaking Meetings.
          • Kundalini in the Performing Arts, Rock Music and Sport.
            • Ordination and Energy.
              • Kundalini and Toronto.
                • Dangers and Symptoms of Kundalini Activation.
                  • Abilities and Symptoms of Activated Ones.
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