Kabala (Qabala): Kabala or Qabala has its root word QBL which is an ancient Hebrew words that means, “From mouth to ear” signifying its secret oral tradition. The Kabala wasn’t written down until 1280 AD. The Kabala is an ancient Hebrew esoteric philosophy based upon the mystical interpretation of the Bible. It is a mystical divination of Judaism. It has, in recent years, been rekindled as many Spiritual and Metaphysical people have sought it wisdom and teachings.
Karma: The word Karma comes from the ancient Sanskrit word, “Karman”. This word comes from its root word “Kri” which means, “to do” or “to make”. Literally Karma means “doing” or “making” action. In many of the world’s religions and in today’s modern understandings, Karma now basically means, “Consequence”, good or bad. It follows the line of thinking of “Cause and Effect” or, “You reap what you sow”. In metaphysics, Karma seeks balance and no thought, word or deed ever goes unbalanced.
Kinesiology: Kinesiology is a type of diagnosis that utilizes muscle testing as the main feedback to test how a person’s body is functioning. Once this technique is used for diagnosis, it is then applied to determine the best form of therapy to restore the muscles function back to normal. Kinesiology is made up of three parts, chemical, mental and structural factors to describe the proper balance of the major health categories.
Kirlian Photography: Kirlian Photography, more commonly known as simply “Aura Photography”, is a photographic process that uses a high voltage, low amperage field of 50,000 bolts or more. It was invented by Semyon and Valentina Kirlian. It picks up radiation around objects and humans which is not visible to the eye. Often used to photograph the energy field that surrounds the human body, giving those who cannot see auras an interpretive physical picture of what their aura looks like.
Kundalini: Kundalini is a spiritual energy, the energy of consciousness. The word Kundalini is Sanskrit for, “Snake” or “Serpent Power”. It is called so because it is believed to lie like a serpent in the Root Chakra, or at the base of the spine. The power of Kundalini is said to be enormous. Those having experienced it claim it to be indescribable. The phenomenon associated with it varies from bizarre physical sensations and movements, pain, clairaudience, visions, brilliant lights, psychic powers, ecstasy, bliss, and transcendence of self. Kundalini has been described as liquid fire and liquid light. Today many forms of Yoga are utilized to tap into the person’s own Kundalini energy.