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Kundalini Meditation: Guided Chakra Practices to Activate the Energy of Awakening

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Optimize Your Health and Happiness with Practices from the Kundalini Tradition

Of the dozens of schools of yoga, the kundalini tradition has been called the most powerful for its ability to awaken higher consciousness. To help us experience this rich lineage, Harijiwan Khalsa offers Kundalini Meditation, a practical two-session program for learning how to recognize, expand
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Audio CD, 2 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by Sounds True (first published January 28th 2010)
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Ant
Apr 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
I enjoy the challenge of reading something for what it is despite my prejudice.
A lot of what I read here is what I would think of as placeholder truth. For example, if I live my life as though these ideas are true, I might gain more than I lose, despite the fact that my belief isn't absolutely, scientifically true.
Meditation has definite benefits and having a framework with which to investigate where actions and feelings are coming from and to change them to something more positive or just let t
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Meg
Oct 20, 2020 rated it liked it
I've found that the books/information available specific to Kundalini yoga are more limited than I would like; this was the most readily-available title I found.

I was completely on-board for the first half of this lecture, which addresses the chakras specifically and what kundalini yoga focuses on. The second half was hard for me to connect with. It involves a gong and actual meditation, which is nice to try, but I had a hard time off-loading traumatic life experiences "into the sound of" a gon
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Murlee
Nov 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This program has helped me awaken my kundalini and I am loving it.
Heidi Domian
Oct 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
interesting.deeper understanding of what certain chakras do or dont do. And never realised to use them for successful communication. or what to use when/which type of comms. Much more aware of the possibilities.
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