Feeling Sh*t After Chakra Meditation?
Sometimes it just so happens that we find ourselves in a really tough process when we actually expect to feel better. A Reiki session, an intense chakra healing program or simply a dramatic session with your therapist may give you exhaustion, swollen tonsils, even diarrhea.
Usually in such occasions you’re almost sure that this has something to do with your healing program. If you think you haven’t caught cold, you might be in post-therapy healing crisis.
We all have emotional and spiritual blockages, which we can call tumors of our energetic bodies. The purpose of our spiritual journey includes getting rid of them.
But rules of the physical universe apply to our energetic bodies, even though one might consider them metaphysical.
One of the basic rules of physics is that “bits of information are indestructable.”
If the emotion you felt is the information, the blockage that is manifested in your energetic body is it’s coding. And you simply can’t erase it.
Let’s explain this with an analogy: when you delete a folder from your computer, it doesn’t just disappear. You’re actually ejecting your file into the environment: it transforms into some other kind of energy, which is why your computer heats up after you delete stuff.
Same way, when you practice chakra meditation, you get hot, you sweat and you sense a smell of burnt wood when you breathe. The reason for this is that you are actually transforming the bits of blockages into some other kind of energy and releasing to the environment.
Meaning that you actually put a lot of effort in the process. You know, after a high carb meal we all feel the same exhaustion. Our body spends too much energy to digest (transform our heavy food into poop and energy), this is why we feel sleepy and need to take a nap.
But this is a little more than digesting the lunch you just had. This is kind of like burning the age-old fat you stored twenty years ago. Your body needs to adjust to the new way of healthy eating and work out.
But it goes beyond that. There are points where your spirit and your body conjuncts. These points keep your energetic field around you. And clearing them means messing with the ties. Get ready for weird dreams fam, because your spirit and your whole energetic field (please find more information about this, I don’t have it.) need to synchronize.
After moving in alone, I started giving more priority to my spiritual practice. Since I worked from home, my hermitery was a big opportunity to reset all that I had cumulated. In the beginning (for about two months) I only felt continuous exhaustion. For a long time I thought this was because of the changes happening in my life. I didn’t give it that much of a thought that I was actually cleaning stuff and it was tiring.
Then, I started chakra meditations. My first goal was a healthy, clean, strong root chakra. First couple of days I experienced intense back pain and later found out that this was a sign of a healing spine. After a couple of days of practice, I woke up with a swollen tonsil. Weird thing was that I didn’t have any other symptoms of sickness; no coughing, no running nose, no sneezing. I just knew that it had something to do with my root practice and the internet approved my theory. That night I had a high fever which gave me shivers. I was even too tired to go to hospital and knew no one around, so I just went to sleep.
I woke up fresh in the morning, even though I couldn’t eat anything at all. This time it was my stomach. I bloated and I felt like vomiting whatever I ate. Mantra meditations brought me to vomit as well. And yes this happened, I crapped my pants.
That night I had a dream. I was looking at the tall mirror in my room. I moved my hand, my image in the mirror didn’t. I spoke, it didn’t. Woke up screaming. Later I figured out that this was a sign of readjustment of my three bodies.
Bloatings, vomitings took about a week. After some time symptoms were gone. Unlike me, you might wanna see a doctor, which would be a clever decision. But there is nothing to worry, don’t give up on your practices. This is even an encouraging sign that they are working!