Kegels and kundalini
For anyone who is unfamiliar with the term kundalini, think of it as a pool of energy at the base of your spine. It’s understood much better in the east than here in the west. It can evolve your consciousness but can also potentially be harmful if you’re not careful.
For those of you who are familiar with it, here’s my question:
I have had some nasty experiences with kundalini (the first was a spontaneous awakening) and it’s not really an area I want to dive into at this point in time. Unfortunately for me, once it’s tapped it makes it easy to release. Doing kegel exercises makes me feel like I’m stirring up some kundalini. I want to get those muscles strong, but I don’t want to raise my kundalini. What should I do?