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To help people with health problems connected to the process of spiritual awakening and to identify and demystify the underlying spiritual causes of certain mental health problems and spiritual illnesses, sickness and disease.
To provide tools, information and resources for supporting, healing and helping people overcome a range of psychospiritual health problems by recognising the holistic interconnectedness of the traditionally recognised physical body, mind, ego, psyche and emotions which is to be combined with the added understanding of the spiritual dimensions of the soul, consciousness, inner being, the self (individual god) and spirit, which is mostly overlooked by most mainstream healthcare.
A Kundalini awakening is a very turbulent evolutionary process that impacts a person on multiple levels of their being, it often comes with many problems such as mental health challenges, underlying trauma and the desire to be able to understand internal changes to consciousness and to navigate and transcend through the physical experience and karma created within the world.
By combining knowledge and understanding of these areas I believe we will eventually create a much-desired paradigm shift of how we treat health problems, sickness and disease. This would eventually enable people to live more freely with far less suffering and problematic chronic health conditions or mental health problems that doctors still do not understand.
About the Website
This website is a place to find relevant resources or articles related to psycho-spiritual health, mental health, spiritual healing and Kundalini. This is still currently a small blog with topics that most people would consider as being on the fringe edge of understanding how mental health and disease function.
This website has its origins in the United Kingdom and our resource articles are produced in the English language. In the future, I would be open to allowing some of our articles to be translated into other languages and possibly distributed or featured on other sites or blog platforms, however, for now, there is a useful but very basic Google translate button feature found in the sidebar.
I plan to maintain and evolve this blog over time as a place to share my own articles on psychospiritual health and spiritual perspectives on healing. I’m also open to sharing this space as a platform for receiving and publishing guest contributed articles on related topics as long as the content meets our expectations on being high quality, follows our guidelines and doesn’t stray far away from our own understanding.
The traffic and attention this site receives at the current time are quite small, perhaps 150 people per month, but I’m also aware some health agencies such as Mental Health England and even well-known names like Gabor Maté occasionally read some of my articles, I expect that it’s likely this could grow in the future. I was hoping to finish authoring a book on psychospiritual health and bipolar, however for now I’m keeping a steady schedule of articles being authored.
I would like to encourage people to read and selectively share the articles here if you feel others would benefit from seeing them, these are particularly useful for anybody interested in working in spiritual health or mental health care with spiritual elements or someone who is or who might be suffering from mental health problem or issues connected to spiritual awakening phenomena such as Kundalini, often this might be a spiritual psychosis or something that resembles schizophrenia.
Why did I set up this blog?
I’ve suffered from a range of traumatic and unexplained health problems as part of my Kundalini awakening process that lasted over a period of several years and I subsequently set up this website afterwards to publish resources and information in order to help other people with similar spiritual health problems in the form of written articles based on my knowledge and experience.
My personal experiences have given me a wealth of information and knowledge in relation to spiritual health, disease and healing, which I don’t want to go to waste and this forms the basis for most of what I write about in many of my articles on these similar topics.
Between the Summer and Winter of 2017, I contributed heavily to a Facebook group called The Shamanic View of Mental Illness (now Visionary Mental Health) in the wake of my spiritual emergence where I began to help other people with issues relating to their own Kundalini awakening, psychosis or bipolar disorder.
During this time I felt I had crossed a particular threshold of understanding and there was now much less of a barrier that seemed to enable me to begin to more easily piece together more about many of the core issues and problems people in our world need to face, address and master in order to spiritually evolve in order to become free of sickness, illness, disease and karma, which is ultimately the goal that will lead to a much better quality of life for many.
Do we offer direct support?
We do not offer any sort of direct support services at this time, however, you may read our articles in order to seek help or guidance to a perceived spiritual health problem if the topic has come up.
Alternatively, if you’re located in the United Kingdom please consider contacting the Spiritual Crisis Network whom can provide you with an individually tailored response to problems pertaining to spiritual emergency and spiritual crisis, which usually includes further appropriate advice and resources to explore.
If you live in a different country or region outside of the United Kingdom please explore the list of other Spiritual Emergency Networks listed in the footer under “International” as some of these may be able to help you.
Use of the contact form on our blogs is restricted towards reaching out about this blog such as proposing and contributing resources, writing new articles and content and for the general administration of the site and should not be used to seek medical help or support from us as we cannot offer this directly.