Re-perceiving Life with Awakened Kundalini

I just watched this video of Lilou Mace interviewing Dr. Manjit Samanta-Laughton (author of Punk Science and The Genius Groove) and recommend it. This woman’s kundalini awakened at age 18 when she was practicing kundalini yoga, and her awakened awareness has been beautifully integrated into her life and career, which I find so inspiring. (Makes me wonder how my trajectory might have gone, had my K activated much earlier in life!) I think you will find her of interest! She is a paradigm shifter extraordinaire, living a magical life. Following copy is from her website (linked at end of this post):

We are in the middle of a Paradigm Revolution. All of our societal systems are undergoing tremendous upheaval as we transition from a mechanistic, disconnected way of life to a new world which places consciousness at the heart of the universe and is open to the multidimensions. The changes can be felt in all areas of life – from our economy to our educational systems to religion to healthcare to science. As we move from the old ideas to the new, our lives are starting to open up to a new reality. Continue reading

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The Fall of the Controller Gods

Had an exceptionally quirky vision the other day – one of those split-second flashes that zings in out of the blue, completely out of context with the moment. This one happened during waking moments of the morning. What a hoot! A fun way to receive a fresh message, tho it took meditation to bring it all the way “in.”

Here’s what I saw, I kid you not: Continue reading

Timeshift Shampoo

Ha! I’m quite certain this particular phrase – Timeshift Shampoo – can be found exactly no where other than now here in this post. The experience was unique, as will this post be about it. Fun when things like this happen :)

So – I was in the shower the other day, washing my hair with a brand of shampoo that recently appeared on the market.images

As I worked up the lather, it dawned on me that this shampoo was scented exactly like one I used in my youth. Lathering it into my hair triggered a most curious timeshift event.

I’m not referring to ‘waxing nostalgic’ about my days as a teenager, having been reminded by a particular odor. This experience wasn‘t about remembering.

Rather, my experience in that shower took on the extraordinary quality of actually being that young girl showering, experiencing the overall freshness of life itself all those years ago. The strong young body. The relatively simple nature of my existence in that timeframe – my life stretching out before me, brimming with infinite possibilities. The clear, unburdened atmosphere of my consciousness as I washed my (then) hip-length tresses with this product.

Life literally and spontaneously became very light as I stood in the cascade of water. The difference was visceral, as tho by some spell I had morphed into that girl, with those mental/emotional/physical attributes. And – crazy as it will sound to say – it truly felt as though I had somehow dissolved through time, taking the whole ‘shower experience’ with me.

This was very much a “Somewhere in Time” moment, which if you’ve seen that film, you might understand what I mean. It was a spontaneous shift into a simple, clear, relatively weightless moment in time, where the overall sense was one of anticipation – anticipating the adventures that this teenage girl had ahead of her. And also the monumental importance of having my ‘signature’ long flowing hair for those adventures! Hahaha, the significance of the hair in those days can’t be overstated. At the time I couldn’t imagine ever, ever cutting that hair.

Incidentally, the next time I used that shampoo I noticed nothing at all familiar or nostalgic about its scent; had no response to it whatsoever, nor have I since. Go figure…

This ‘timeshift shampoo’ experience brought another anomalous timeshift vignette to mindContinue reading