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||September 08, 2002|
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40 of 43 found the following review helpful:
Explains mysteries into every day language and awareness.May 23, 1999
No longer are we afforded the luxury of living in a monastery/ashram etc in order to work on our spiritual growth. This book helps you to work with your own evolutionary (kundalini) energy and still raise a family, work a job and have a life. The meditations are easy for even the least disciplined person. The explainations of how to move this energy through your body for greater healing work better than any I have found so far. One of the best spiritual practice books I've read in the last 30 years!
37 of 40 found the following review helpful:
It really works!Feb 27, 2000
By Dirk Ykelenstam
This is a clear and beautifull written book. The book in itself is a teacher and guide of the Kundalini energy. No more secrecy about this energy, it's written all in this book and how to release it yourself. I had some awesome Kundalini releases by reading this book and it guided me through every single experience and I felt safe and comfortable!
40 of 46 found the following review helpful:
Enjoyable, understandable and enlighteningAug 26, 2000
I enjoyed this book, and continue to do so. It is written clearly and simply, without a lot of convoluted psycho-babble and over-"hinduized" analogies.
Kundalini is a real energy force, as are the chakra "wheels." Whether the Hindus claim Kundalini for themselves, or the Buddhists or Christians...it makes no difference. Incorporating Kundalini energy work into one's specific religion is a choice all are free to make. However, it must be kept in mind that Kundalini, separate and apart from all religious implications, is not (or should not be considered) a religion unto itself. It is more closely alligned with scientific truths, as Western medicine is at long last beginning to recognize.
This book is a good place to start if you are interested in learning more about the awesome potential that lies within us all. There is no dogma attached, which is refreshing to someone like me. From this book one can dive into other more reference-oriented books on the subject.
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
A very helpful book on chakras and KundaliniMay 15, 1997
As a person who was totally blind on Kundalini, this book has given me very complete information on Kundalini from different aspects. It has also given detail instructions on how to prepare the body for the Kundalini awaken. For those who need information on Kundalini or on how to do practice as preparation for Kundalini awakening, this book is a definite answer!
8 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Easy to read Kundalini info.Nov 16, 2006
By Scott Knudsen
Even though this book isn't the final authority on Kundalini as some of the other reviewers have stated, it still is quite complete and an easy to read book.
The author doesn't jump into every subject with lots of Eastern terms you wouldn't understand. There are also lots of diagrams which will help you understand what she is talking about. She does cover each subject you should know about, and if you want to explore them deeper, then buy another book that digs deeper into the different aspects of Kundalini you are curious about.
If your still not sure... well you know where the Library is!
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