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Kundalini and the Chakras is a must both for those who have experienced a spontaneous rise of Kundalini and for those who wish torelease more of this powerful energy and develop the chakras in a safe and effective manner. The section on chakras goes beyond the traditional seven chakras and lists many more which are important to people in today'sworld....

Title : Kundalini and the Chakras: Evolution in This Lifetime: A Practical Guide
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ISBN : 9780875425924
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 230 Pages
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Kundalini and the Chakras: Evolution in This Lifetime: A Practical Guide Reviews

  • Fatima
    2019-05-09 01:13

    اصولا کسانی دنبال خوندن این کتاب ها هستن که نیاز به آگاهی بیشتر نسبت به خودشون و دنیا رو در خودشون دارند و فکر کردن به سوالات بیشمارشون تمام فکرشون رو پر کرده و برای رسیدن به جواب راه روشن بینی و بیداری کندالینی رو انتخاب میکنند و چون قبلا تجربه ای کوچک از اون داشتن به دنبال ادامه ی این مسیر این کتاب هارو پیدا میکنند و یا با اساتیدی حقیقی ملاقات کرده و از راهنمایی اونها استفاده میکنند. بیداری کندالینی یک تخیل یا بازی موقت نیست یک پنجره به سوی ابعاد روحانی و پیوند یافتن با انرژی خالق یا همان خداست که در عصر آبی زمین این بیداری در مردم مشتاق سرعت یافته و آسان تر از سایر عصرها شده خصوصا اینکه رمز و راز هایش مثل سابق در دست افراد محدود نیست بلکه بر مشتاقان و رهپویانش عیان و قابل دسترس هست. به امید روزی که بیدار تر شویم ....+ به هیچ عنوان تمرینات کتاب رو سرخود انجام ندید مگر شهود شما راهنمایی تون کنه ...

  • randy
    2019-04-24 04:09

    This is a rather frustrating book.Frustrating in the fact that Paulson clearly thinks anyone who picks this up will have an advanced degree in both Kundalini and chakras. Only, it did not start off this way. She begins this quite brilliantly actually. She walks you though the process and builds off what she has already established quite well. And knowing that she is a teacher of this, this makes a grand amount of sense.Then somewhere in the 5th or 6th chapter she goes completely off the rails. It is like she forgets she is laying the foundation for someone to recognize and develop and understanding of their chakras, where they are and how they work, and starts talking as if one can go from struggling to understand the location of specific ones to having something akin to the force in an ability to control them.So, yeah.... frustrating. Super effing frustrating...Even more so, as it is more than just slightly apparent that she can converse and write about these things clearly and for an introductory audience. She just does not.My only guess is that this was adapted from a few manuals she teaches from at her meditation/wtfever center, and she did not feel the need to adapt them to initiate level. Alas....That said, I can tell there is quite a bit of value here, and I will return back to this book after some further investigation of this, as it seems like her method to activate one's chakras would be more than a slight boon to work with.I only hope I can get there soon.

  • Heidi The Hippie Reader
    2019-05-07 09:19

    I had never been exposed to understandable information about kundalini energy before this book. I had heard about it in passing, for example, in yoga class "this position opens up the kundalini energies more than this other pose that we just practiced." Or in meditation class, "prepare yourself for the feeling of rising energy, it may be overwhelming, but if you keep breathing and focusing your mind, it will change or fade away" But, neither of these outlets explained what on earth this energy was, how to use it, or direct/shape it. This book does that and more.I really wish that she had an audio recording of the hundreds of exercises that she presents in this book for the different chakras/levels and ways to open/cleanse each one. That would save a lot of voice recording that I'm going to have to do to be able to practice this in any useful manner.I didn't really connect with the part of the book where she was trying to separate kundalini energy from the holy spirit of her Christian upbringing. Who cares if they're the same energy or different... I didn't understand why the delineation mattered so much to the author that she set aside an entire chapter for its discussion.Another interesting part of this book is Paulson's descriptions of the "seven eyes" or "seven hearts" in the human aura. I've read quite a few self-help/new age books, and I'd never heard of either of these ideas before. Fascinating.I think I'm going to read some more books on the chakras to see if the authors agree with each other or if they all just present conflicting information on forces that the average person can neither experience nor see...and yet they claim that it's an inherent ability for everyone to be able to perceive these things. It's definitely a field that I'm interested in for further study and experimentation.

  • Fatima
    2019-04-26 06:12

    *diamond in the rough*read everything else there is about Chakras,then come read this book.ویرایش ترجمه ی فارسی به طرز خسته کننده ای ضعیف استbut don't give up on it!

  • Ðawn
    2019-05-06 05:18

    It was ok, but not what I was expecting...or looking for rather.It does have a lot of information which is very detailed. Lots of exercises as well.

  • 6Bruntzel J
    2019-04-25 08:13

    Josie M. BruntzelBauman 4ELA 116 May 2016In the book, Kundalini and Chakras by Genevieve Lewis Paulson, she explains the process of exerting kundalini throughout ones body. She also discusses different chakra releases and how to heal the body using said kundalini. In the beginning of the book she gives a brief history as to what kundalini is. Kundalini translates to “circular power” and is an individual’s “basic evolutionary force”. (3) Paulson then explains how it is a natural force anyone can achieve and it is not a religion. She goes on to describe the development and opening of chakras. Paulson states that chakras “exert and receive energy” throughout ones entire life. (59) You may not realize it is happening, but the warmth of the chakra can be felt and used in many different areas to heal your body. Closer to the end of the book Paulson teaches the ways of releasing certain kundalini energies. She explains that releasing kundalini is “always something of a risk” but “different in each person.” (190) Paulson then goes on to explain certain techniques and exercises one can use to help release the energies of kundalini and create a healthier center in the body. This book was very informative in learning the different energies humans can access and also in learning many different exercises in how to release certain forces within oneself.

  • Ruth F
    2019-05-09 08:20

    I'm putting this book aside for now. Found it interesting in the beginning chapters, especially regarding the chakra system and their functions/attributes; but got muddled on how I should proceed in the exercises. Never took a class in kundalini practice, so I found it hard to follow in later chapters. Additionally, the warnings on unsupervised voluntary release (Chapter 15) made me feel a little apprehensive on starting this process. I think I'll just continue my yoga practice and meditation for now. Maybe I'll pick this book up again in the future (after more study and assistance from a teacher). For now, it just didn't resonate with me at this point in my spiritual journey.

  • Patrick Scott
    2019-05-02 05:02

    "Depression means something is being 'dug up' for you to look at." This is a memorable line from the book.Having our Kundalini activated is indeed a wonderful & insightful experience, but it has its other side, just like any other blessing. This book came to my attention just in time to help me understand & remind me of that painful side. It offers simple exercises to cope with the problems we may encounter like depression. Helpful & inspiring read esp. the first & last part, but have to skip some parts around the middle to save for later advance practice.

  • Johnathan
    2019-05-15 02:01

    Just finished, it was a decent read. I enjoyed the section on karma. Unfortunately, this book offers a few practical exercises. Obviously, the completion of such would affect the value of this book, dependent on results. I would not recommend this book to someone who is not wellread or at least previously introduced to the concept of kundalini. However, that does not change the fact that Genevieve Paulson has offered a plethora of growth to the reader.

  • Jimmy Ruff
    2019-05-08 08:15

    Very good book about the kundalini energy and how it is connected with the chakras.

  • Yania Padilla
    2019-05-16 05:05

    DEfinitely feel energy rising...exercises practiced so far are extremely helpful!

  • William O'Brien
    2019-04-26 04:12

    Very good book for exploring the chakras

  • Shonna
    2019-05-05 07:58

    Lots of interesting information, but no clear path to work through. Also, some of the exercises were not clearly explained.

  • Sandra
    2019-04-23 02:55

    A little advanced for me but very very informative.. most likely will be rereading this..

  • Ela
    2019-05-09 07:00

    Great book, it explains many things about the Chakra evolution. Many A-haaaa moments.

  • Kent
    2019-05-23 07:55

    Very strange. Over my head. Maybe someday if I decide to gather more knowledge in the area this will open up but with my elementary knowledge this was mystifying.

  • Narayan Adhurti
    2019-05-08 03:16

    want to buy the book

  • +
    2019-05-05 04:17

    A clear and comprehensive outline of the chakra system and kundalini energy, including some handy exercises.

  • Shawna Hunter
    2019-05-16 05:17

    Psudo-science non-sense but well explained.