Kundalini Mediumship is a 3-step Healing Method:
Connecting to our unhealed wounds and traumas
Working with the kundalini to allow those wounds to process through our body
Embodying the divine or higher self hidden within
As long as we disconnect or dissociate from our wounds, we'll be trapped in the cycle of repeating them through sickness and distorted relationships. But hidden within our wounds is an energy and power that gives us true meaning and purpose in life.
What does a healing session look like?
Sickness exists within a complex web of our physical body, our emotions, our energetic body and within our interpersonal relationships. The first thing that happens during a session is the interview. The interview is where you begin to tell your story, which is the gateway to your wound. Our wound is the unresolved trauma and emotions that live in our belly and spread out to other parts of our body. When this trauma is unprocessed and unresolved, we disconnect and dissociate from it as a protective mechanism. The wound has a life and energy of its own— it wants to stay hidden and unresolved. The interview process is about connecting emotionally to that wound. This is a difficult process, because connecting to our wounds and the emotions hidden inside is painful . But through tracking, the practitioner uncovers the wound hidden inside of you and also the reflection of that wound inside him or herself. As practitioners we have to understand each of our client’s trauma as a reflection of our own. We also have to understand the defense mechanisms that we wrap up around the wound that try to prevent us from accessing it. Uncovering and revealing the wound is also the key that will allow the kundalini energy to open.
The second step is the physical bodywork. The wound makes its home in our bellies, and that is where much of the bodywork takes place. The practitioner is a vessel for the kundalini, and the kundalini herself begins the unwinding of the traumatic knots and cords that keep us bound down in karma. During the bodywork, you’ll have to let go to allow the energy to move through you, but you are not a passive bystander. It’s important to develop the awareness of what is happening inside your body and mind during the bodywork. Connecting to and developing your own relationship to this energy is the most important part of this process.
After the bodywork, there is an integration period. This is where we discuss any issues that came up, as well as actions you may need to take on your end. These actions may involve resolving interpersonal issues. They may involve learning techniques to access the kundalini on your own. Working with our wounding is not a one time thing. It is an ever-evolving and unfolding process that involves our relation to ourself, our family, our community and the world.
Call (503) 701-8766 (ext 1) to schedule an appointment with Justin Levy L.Ac. or Dr. Lindsay Wilkinson
Kwan Yin Healing Arts West
2330 NW Flanders St. Ste 101
Portland OR 97218
The primal energy of transformation and evolution.
The kundalini is the primal force of evolution. Yogic literature describes it as an energy lying at the base of the spine, coiled up like a snake. While it is dormant, we are at the mercy of our karmas – all the sickness and traumas that are stored in our energetic body. Most people live their life in a predictable path, living out the patterns inherited from their family, culture and past karmic lives, unable to break free. These patterns are manifested in the physical body as a blockage-- a tightness or rigidity. The kundalini vibrates, unwinds and works through these blockages. Knowledge of the kundalini has been passed down three ways-- through sacred texts, oral transmission from a teacher and direct energetic transmission. Whichever way it has been transmitted, the knowledge has to be understood through personal experience. Teachers and mentors are very important on this path, but you can’t learn ABOUT it from them. It has to be directly experienced.
The embodiment of energy for healing.
When we start working through our traumas and awaken the kundalini, the door to the spirit world opens. Beyond this door are archetypal energies-- fragmented parts of ourselves that we usually access unconsciously. These energies are aspects of our higher self or divine self, but as long as they are buried within our unhealed traumas we experience them as a negative part of ourselves. Our culture reinforces the pattern of disconnecting and dissociating from these parts. This only pushes them deeper into our unconscious, and pushes us further from seeing the divine self hidden inside them. When we start the healing process and reconnect to these hidden parts, our darkness transforms and then we can EMBODY our divinity. This is mediumship. All the gods, spirits and demons from our spiritual traditions can be understood and experienced as aspects of ourselves. When hidden and unresolved, they are our demons tormenting us. When healed and fully embodied, they are gods.
On Shamanic Healing
Justin Levy, L.Ac. talks about his own initiation into shamanic healing, the deep healing power of clearing energetic blocks, and the grace spirit brings to his patients. >more
The spine and nervous system are the places where memories and stories are held. They can be personal memories from this life; they can also be memories and stories from our family and culture... >more
Classes & Workshops
The classes involve receiving bodywork by the instructors. You may connect with unprocessed trauma or emotion during the class, but every care will be taken to create a safe and healing space... >more
“The only way through is in. But the magic comes with the spirit. Once you go into it and surrender to the process, the spirit actually transforms our wounds. And that thing that was your enemy becomes a source of power and strength.”