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I've had similar experiences. Though Buddhism doesn't directly talk about the Kundalini system or even use the terminology (though Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism has something close or maybe the same in Thummo), reading about it was useful from a systemic analysis perspective. Regardless of any explanation I found, it was ultimately only for curiosity ...


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In this context "mandala" means "a living situation, with you in the center" or "a configuration of elements as seen from the inside". So "mandala of the ground" means to see things from the perspective that takes "the ground" as one's living reality ("the ground" defined in the text as "the ...


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According to The Tibetan Monks of Drepung Gomang Monastery When finished, to symbolize the impermanence of all that exists, the colored sands are swept up and poured into a nearby river or stream where the waters carry healing energies throughout the world. In general, all mandalas have outer, inner, and secret meaning. On the outer level ...


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