The pseudo-therapy method is gaining strength. This type of therapy, focused on spiritual treatment , is seen more and more often on social networks, brought by influencers .
However, not everyone is in favor of these practices. Paz Padilla or Anabel Pantoj a were some celebrities who aroused controversy for practicing these therapies. Now, the debate has been put on the table again because of a video that the influencer Dulceida shared on her social networks practicing KAP therapy with her coach Magali Dalix .
What is the KAP?
The KAP (Kundalini Activation Process) is an original Hindu pseudo therapy . Also known as ‘the yoga of consciousness’, this practice aims to awaken the energy, called Kundalini , which is located at the base of the spine and is part of the first chakra, known as Muladhara . In theory, thanks to this, the person achieves physical, mental and spiritual fulfillment.
To achieve this, the person lies down in a relaxed position and the facilitators , the name given to those in charge of carrying out the practice, are in charge of stimulating the points where the chakras are located.
However, all it reduces is not gold. This type of praxis can lead to problems and subsequent effects , as is the case with Kundalini syndrome .
From the blog Netinbag they report that, if the procedure is not carried out correctly, the person may suffer pain and discomfort in the joints and a burning sensation in the back. In turn, feelings of fear and anxiety can be generated that tend to be magnified by the influence of other negative feelings.
The controversy in networks
In networks , there were many who criticized Dulceida for sharing the video. Among the main criticisms, they highlighted the accusation that he was selling his break with his partner Alba Paul and promoting therapies not carried out by mental health professionals.
Faced with the situation, the influencer blocked those who spread criticism. “Sharing your life in networks does not mean that you have to endure insults or that they wish very ugly things,” he wrote on his Instagram account.