KAP is a direct Kundalini Transmission that activates the Kundalini Awakening process. Spontaneous movements can and does arise. Some consider it a cathartic experience or something that gives them deep insights or realizations. But these are just some of the side effects that can and do happen.
A profound rewiring of the brain structure and central nervous system happens with continued exposure. Every “symptom” or sign of a kundalini awakening, from the earliest signs to the later end manifestations are seen regularly in participants.
What happens in a KAP session?
You lie down on a yoga mat. Some music is played. The facilitator touches or presses some of the chakra or meridian points on your body. That’s it. That’s all that happens on the outside. What happens on the inside is a totally different story!
Chou is a facilitator, artist, and healer. She draws on 10 years of experience in convening, facilitation and experience design with organizations ranging from The White House to The Rockefeller Foundation. As a founder of The Feast, she catalyzed thousands of people to gather for meaningful conversations to foster collective empowerment. She has worked for 6+ years as a master level Reiki practitioner working with groups and individuals before discovering KAP. She is passionate about helping each person realize their true heart’s expression by creating experiences that help people realize they’re part of something greater. thisisreichou.com
Justin Hartery is a licensed psychotherapist with a masters in Somatic Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. With a commitment to integration, he has devoted his life to the study and teaching of embodied transformational practices in service to helping people realize their wholeness in their everyday lives.He employs a cutting edge, mind/body approach to his work that pulls together the latest developments in neuroscience and clinical research with the ancient wisdom of eastern and indigenous traditions to support systemic, sustainable healing and growth. justinhartery.com