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Is there a connection between the Kundalini force and the brain waves in relation to the question-based meditation link below?

Which Meditation Techniques Correlate Best with Certain Brain-Waves?

And what are the characteristics of the brain theta wave, besides is there a link between the illusions of schizophrenia and the increase in theta waves in the brain? And what if there is a new science in place of the Kundalini force instead of what they have said?

Link to an Amateur Talk about Kundalini and Schizophrenia on YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-G0S6s7DGKU

I found this paper with this topic:

Schizophrenia or spiritual crisis? On "raising the kundalini" and its diagnostic classification

Two patients are described who had been diagnosed as schizophrenic, but had actually instead been going through spiritual crises, which in Eastern spiritual tradition are called raising the kundalini. Perhaps this experience is not a disease, but many--especially if not understood by oneself, the nearest relations and the medical profession--cause mental illness. In WHO ICD-10 the experience could be classified as F48.8, disordines neurotici specificati alii. The process falls outside the categories of both normal and psychotic. When allowed to progress to completion this process culminates in deep psychological balance, strength, and maturity.

I would greatly appreciate it if you kindly give me some feedback on this research data.

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  • $\begingroup$ Based on my experience in meditation, better not to think about developing kundalini if schizophrenia is not cured. This mental disease will be cured with Metta or loving-kindness. $\endgroup$ – Marino Klisovich Oct 28 '19 at 22:03

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