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When I meditate, I sometimes feel a tingling throughout my body or sometimes it feels as though energy is rushing up and down different parts of my body.

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According to Ayurvedic medicine, we have approximately 72,000 channels throughout our body. Some of these we recognize as the larger channels – the digest tract, veins and arteries and so forth. Others though are much more subtle and are used to transfer energy and information to different areas of the body.

Unfortunately, many of these channels get blocked with stress and toxins and this causes our whole system to break down. We get ill, we are unhappy; we are unable to live a fulfilling, contented lifestyle. However, when we meditate, then these stresses and tensions start to dissolve.

We start to reopen these channels, and often, as these channels open up, there is a surge of energy. There is a rush of energy back through these channels, and sometimes we experience this in our meditation as a tingling or as a surging of energy through the body. This is a good experience. It is just the experience of our whole physiology starting to wake up again.

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