Kundalini Research

Using Ancient Wisdom to Create an Evolved Spiritual Society

Gopi Krishna photo ©1983 Charles D. Robison

“In 1937, I underwent my first experience of the forceful awakening of Kundalini, which I later narrated in my autobiography, Living With Kundalini

Little did I realize that from that day onwards I was never to be my old normal self again, that I had unwittingly and without preparation or even adequate knowledge of it roused to activity the most wonderful and stern power in man, that I had stepped unknowingly upon the key to the most guarded secret of the ancients, and that thenceforth for a long time I had to live suspended by a thread, swinging between life on the one hand and death on the other, between sanity and insanity, between light and darkness, between heaven and earth.

There is not a shadow of doubt that to the ancient adepts of India, China, or Egypt, the cult of Kundalini was better known than it is to the foremost thinkers of today.  On the basis of my own experience, I can assert unhesitatingly that the phenomenon of the effulgent current, its circulation through the nerves, the methods of awakening the power, the regimen to be followed, precautions to be taken, and the part played by the reproductive organs were, as is apparent from the ancient writings or, in the absence of those, from the nature of the ceremonial followed by the initiated, to some extent known to the experts, who, because of the risky nature of the experiment, the heredity factors involved, and the required mental and physical qualifications, could be but few.”

The History

Gene Kieffer explains how all it came to be beginning with a dream he had of meeting Gopi Krishna, before he had even heard the name.

Part 1

Part 2

Chuck Robison shares what happened

Chuck Robison shares what happened

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