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According to tantric philosophy, sexual energy is the creative force of the universe. In this uniquely informative dialogue between Margot anand and Deepak Chopra, M.D., this concept is discussed with humor, openness, and honesty. Some of the points that are brought to light in this audio program include the following:
Sexual energy is the physical manifestation of our sp
Published September 24th 1998 by Piatkus (first published June 15th 1998)
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This book has some really interesting ideas about meditation being an all-the-time thing. Where we can take a thought, idea or mostly (for me) a powerful prayer and "walk with it" in a meditative way. Until reading this book I had thought that meditation was a quiet, dark and very isolated event that only happened once or twice a week at best. Margot shares some great stuff about moving meditations and the bliss that goes with that into your day and shared with the people of your day. Quite and ...more
Ali Kay
This book is beautifully written. It shows so much about spirituality, sexuality and the chakras. It is an expression of working on ourselves to be stronger. The book goes through each chakra and lets you know if you are not balanced in certain areas. It is a good way to work through some issues and find a way to heal. I enjoyed reading this book many times and always found something new.
Margo Anand had some wonderful moments, as well as exercises, but the energy level wasn't high enough to keep me enthralled. After a few chapters, I put it down and forgot to pick it back up.
I really liked the message from this book. If only I had time to actually try all the exercises! I'm inspired to learn more about chakra work. May revisit this one again someday.
The first half was quite interesting but the second half was hard going. Too many exercises !
Good overview of chakras and suggested rituals to open the flow of energy between them.
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