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Pranotthana

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Pranotthana is Sanskrit for intensified, uplifted life-energy.

I find it endlessly ironic that the hardest thing we will ever have to face in life is the pranotthana of our Self.

Fortunately now with modern science we can largely understand the unusual and disturbing symptoms, raise our homeostatic coping ability and avoid a lot of the dangers posed by radically increased life-force.

Although they had traditional medicines and intuitive wisdom, the amazing Realizers of the past did not have the comfort of scientific rationality by which to understand and accept what was happening to them.

Source

http://biologyofkundalini.com/article.php?story=Preparation