Who has the most spiritual pressures
We don't have a plumbing system in our energy body
While it is tempting to think of our energy body as a kind of plumbing system with pipes and valves, the reality is completely different. Our energy system looks more like clouds of gas that mix and sometimes cramp. Or you can think of it even better as colored streams of water that mix more often or sometimes freeze to ice. These different colored streams of water are our thoughts and feelings and when we suppress them, then they “freeze” and we experience them as “blockages” in our mind and body.
Energy problems in our head have to do with suppressed thoughts.
The head chakras (forehead and crown) have to do with the mental part of our being, which consists of thoughts, concepts and beliefs on the intellectual and spiritual levels. When we experience head pressure, we are literally suppressing certain thoughts that we do not want to think. It is this suppression that we experience as head pressure and this process happens completely unconsciously. People without awakened Kundalini also often unconsciously suppress certain thoughts, but they do not feel the pain of this suppression because they are more unconscious and therefore deaf.
Why do we suppress certain thoughts?
In the Kundalini process, a thirst for expanded awareness and more spirituality awakens. But perhaps parts of our old ego are still intact that do not want to hear certain spiritual truths and defend themselves against them by rigorously suppressing all insights that challenge the old ego. So this is the conflict that is going on in our head - the struggle of spiritual insights and authenticity on the one hand and the resistance of our old ego, which is not ready for certain humiliating insights.
What thoughts do we suppress when we suffer from headache?
Before I explain what thoughts people typically suppress, I need to give a little warning. If you're a head pressure person, you probably won't like what I'm about to say for the exact reason that you kept those thoughts repressed within you. But everything I say in this article is based on working with hundreds of clients who suffered from Kundalini Syndrome. And all clients who were able to accept the following advice have much less head pressure today or are completely relieved of it.
In my experience, people with headache suppress self-critical thoughts. These people often describe themselves as relaxed, kind, and even self-loving. They don't criticize themselves and when others criticize them they either ignore it or they get angry. But as a spiritually mature person, it is necessary that we see our many mistakes clearly (without beating ourselves up for them) and then start eliminating those mistakes.
It is not difficult for people with low self-esteem to do such work, as they are often too self-critical from the start. But it is precisely the people who like themselves (too) fondly and have a (too) high opinion of themselves who are most susceptible to the problem of head pressure during the Kundalini process. (If you don't like this advice please remember I warned you :))
How did my clients get rid of the pressure on their heads?
In principle, it was about becoming more self-critical - and in some cases even a lot more self-critical. My clients have had to give up many flattering thoughts about their beloved egos and instead adopt a stricter attitude towards themselves - like loving strict parents. This work is difficult when you are all alone with it because nobody likes to criticize themselves. However, my clients' successes in relieving their head pressure have shown that letting go of the (too) loved ego is the way to get rid of all head pressure.
Feedback from Aaron, 27 years old:
“I had very bad head pressure for over a year before I found Tara online. Within two sessions I came to an understanding of what was wrong with me and what the methods are to get over it. Two months after the sessions, the head pressure has decreased by about 80% and I feel that it will eventually go away completely.
I also wanted to mention that during this time I had problems with a woman I fell in love with. when i was traveling. I am Canadian and I am Colombian. We split up a few months ago because of our differences. Tara showed me that it was also my fault why it hadn't worked. I saw what she meant and accepted it. A few hours later, this woman texted me for the first time in several months. She accepted my new point of view and took responsibility for our separation and asked for forgiveness. Two months later, I'm sitting here in your apartment in Colombia, writing this feedback.
Tara, thank you so much for what you are doing. You saved me from terrible head pressure and gave me a second chance with the woman I love. I am forever grateful to you. Infinite thanks to you. "
Feedback from Ulrike
Hi Tara, I wanted to write to thank you for your article on Kundalini head print. After all these years of trying to increase my self-worth, it never occurred to me that I should criticize myself and lower my self-perception a bit. Although I had the best intentions to help others, I believe that somewhere I subconsciously assumed the attitude that I have a very special purpose - as if it is more important than anyone else's.
Some time ago, I got terrible pressure in my head. I felt like someone was pumping air into my forehead. I felt so bad that I thought I was going crazy. Ultimately I went to the doctor who confirmed that I had a headache or a deficit and who wanted to check my blood ... regardless, I knew it was something spiritual and that I had to examine it myself and find a solution. That brought me to you
After reading your blog about it, the scales fell from my eyes - gosh, maybe I'm not that important after all (at least compared to others). Maybe I'm not that great at all (compared to everyone else). Maybe I don't have to do a million things in this life (compared to everyone else). Immediately my head pressure eased and a sense of relief came over me. I've felt like I can just relax and enjoy my life instead of trying to be that super-person that I obviously am not.
Every time I felt this pressure build up again, I just reminded myself, "Don't worry, I'm not that important" (a downright ridiculous affirmation after decades of telling myself the opposite) and that pressure goes away again. That brings me back to the right world, where we all just do our best and keep trying everything possible and have the freedom to make mistakes or to do nothing at all.
Thank you for all of this. In any case, I have your name saved on my cell phone as someone who could provide therapeutic services to me or someone else I know.
Tara Springett M.A. is a qualified psychotherapist and Buddhist teacher who specializes in working with people with Kundalini symptoms. To schedule a session, please click here.
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