When it comes to forms of meditation that are known to have a real effect on the physical body as well as the mental state, there is nothing better than kundalini meditation combined with kundalini yoga practices. It doesn't matter what's aligning you; kundalini has a yoga and meditative solution that will help you see your problems in a new light. If you are interested in learning more, then Spiritual Enlightenment: A Simple and Effective Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment with Third Eye Awakening and Kundalini Techniques is the book that you have been waiting for.
While only gaining popularity in the West in the last 50 years, the force that is commonly known as the kundalini has been a part of meditation practices throughout the world for countless generations. In the Dharma religions, the kundalini is a primal force that is primarily centered near the spinal cord base. There are numerous different traditions that speak of drawing forth the power of the kundalini, typically with the goal of jump starting a period of spiritual enlightenment but also for a wide variety of purposes, everything from seeking guidance to a serious problem to dealing with a bout of indigestion. Typically, the kundalini is said to lay coiled, waiting for something to wake it.
If you feel as though your life is nothing but a series of instances where you are going through the motions and you can't quite figure out how to get out of the rut you are in simply because you don't know how you got into in the first place, then it is likely that the symptoms that are causing your issues aren't physical, they are metaphysical. As such, it is likely that your chakras are out of line, causing everything from feelings of doubt and insecurity to physical pain that has no other clear cause. Do yourself a favor and get started releasing your own coiled kundalini sooner rather than later, you never know what issues you might solve.