The Machu Picchu Meditation Remembering Who You Are
Many fine books have been written on pilgrimage and the awakening process, including the rising of the kundalini. Throughout the ages ordinary people have encountered different levels of kundalini activation as their experience spontaneously unfolds. When this energy rises it activates our inherit light codes and the otherworldly abilities associated with them. The kundalini is not a mysterious force, although it may seem so at the time, but quite simply our life force connection to the Divine. If you seek true enlightenment you must take the inner journey. However, you need not experience the utter and complete unfolding of the inner fire to benefit from the transformational process. Its what you bring to the moment that is important. You can make giant leaps or take small baby steps in your unfolding. This is your special gift to yourself, when you are ready for it. The sacred place is, of course, within. But it is the magic of these outer places that can facilitate years of questing into single moments of pure illumination. And that is why we go.
The Machu Picchu Meditation Runs Approximately 30 Minutes.
Kathy Doore is a writer and publisher, and a tour leader. She is the author of the award-winning book, “Markawasi Peru’s Inexplicable Stone Forest” and hosts a yearly sojourn to the ancient sacred sites of the Andes.
In the spring of 1990 during a late night visit within the inner sanctum of Machu Picchu, Kathy was catapulted headlong into a world of intrigue and mystery, suffered the shamanic death–the spontaneous initiation of the light-body, resulting in the uncoiling of the kundalini, bringing her into the work that she does today. As one whose walks the ancient path, today Kathy facilitates others in their remembrance and awakening. She invites you to journey with her to the ancient sacred temples of Peru