I am writing specifically in reference to the lecture found on your website called “Beginning Here and Now: Fire of Kundalini” found here:
I would really like to know who that lecture is by so I can see if they have any other resources.
But my main question is how one can reconcile the belief that Kundalini awakening happens for people of different faiths from Christianity, when the teaching of Christianity seems to be that we are all alienated from God and even under His wrath, and that the Holy Spirit is only given to those who have their sins forgiven through faith in the cross of Christ. And by Kundalini awakening I mean the euphoric, ecstatic, momentary event which can be compared to the Christian Baptism of the Holy Spirit and that has the accompanying signs of sobbing, a deep sense of supernatural love, a vision of light, and a permanent change of personality. How can Christianity be reconciled with this universalist understanding of God contacting unbelievers and pouring His Spirit on them?
All of this begs a few other questions:
-Does a person have to believe in a God to have a Kundalini awakening? Or do they just need to be seeking “something more”?
-Does a person have to be striving for righteousness/holiness in order for God to contact them in a Kundalini awakening?
-Does the cross of Christ pardon all who strive to reach God, whether or not they believe in the cross?
I am dying to answer this question!