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Kundalini Rising [Reading] ➻ Kundalini Rising Author Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa – You have within you a latent energy waiting to transform your life Known as kundalini this legendary power is believed to catalyze spiritual evolution But is kundalini real And if so how can we engage You have within you a latent energy waiting to transform your life Known as kundalini this legendary power is believed to catalyze spiritual evolution But is kundalini real And if so how can we engage this energy to awaken our consciousness For centuries the secrets of kundalini have been guarded by masters and buried in esoteric texts around the globe Kundalini Rising brings together illuminating essays by some of today's most prominent voices to demystify this mysterious phenomenon From personal accounts and yogic practices to brain research and historical perspectives this compelling anthology weaves together both the mystical and practical perspectives on the rise of kundalini energy to help support your own spiritual discoveryContributors include Lawrence Edwards PhD; Bonnie Greenwell PhD; Bruce Greyson MD; Gene Keiffer; Penny Kelly; Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa; Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa PhD; Sat Bir Singh Khalsa PhD; Gurucharan Singh Khalsa PhD; Gopi Krishna; Olga Louchakova; David Lukoff PhD; Andrew B Newberg PhD; Stuart Perrin; John Selby; Stuart Sovatsky PhD; Swami Sivananda Radha; Dorothy Walters PhD; John White; Whitehawk; Barbara Harris Whitfield; Charles L Whitfield MD; and Ken Wilber.

  • Paperback
  • 408 pages
  • Kundalini Rising
  • Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa
  • English
  • 17 June 2015
  • 9781591797289

About the Author: Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa

Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa is a teacher of Kundalini Yoga and a pioneer in the field of pre natal yoga She is the co founder and director of the Golden Bridge Yoga Center in Los Angeles.

10 thoughts on “Kundalini Rising

  1. Jason Jason says:

    Ever since I had a kundalini awakening experience in 2005 I've picked up books on kundalini hoping to better understand the nature of my experience Truth be told I still don't have the slightest idea what kundalini is all about and I'm not much for the spiritual platitudes that I so often hear This book so far is the most accessible anthology on kundalini that I have encountered I can relate to so much of what I'm reading This book helps me see kundalini as of a blessing than a curse and it is really helping me to articulate what kundalini has been for me

  2. Idontknow Idontknow says:

    From What the hell just happened to me to basic advice on how to not be a complete nutjob this book covers basically the whole spectrum of spiritual awakening and goes a step further associating a variety of illnesses and other diverse adverse physiological impacts with this process; and how to work through them Written in Essay format a very easy read Each chapter is a separate essay covering a different topicaspect each with a brief summary of each at the start of the chapterSome essays are might not be as helpful as others to specific readers but each essay is clearly pointing to a common recurring theme and key component Definitely worth checking out if it's bothering you; multiple PHD and MD authored papers contained herein

  3. Del Zimmerman Del Zimmerman says:

    I sought this book out as the purported authority on kundalini I found this anthology of essays to be particularly disjointed disorganized and somewhat contradictory among its many authors While I did find nuggets of information that resonated with me mostly I would have a hard time recommending this as any kind of definitive collection on the subject

  4. Rochelle Km. Rochelle Km. says:

    Its provides a good mix of perspectives people providing their own personal experiences but also that of researches analysing the phenomenon objectively and even compares 'kundalini awakening to near death experiences

  5. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    It took me an eternity to read but that's only because I would finish one essay and immediately want to reread it In some ways I feel like I've read the book a few times through I thoroughly enjoyed getting to see kundalini through so many different lenses medical studies brain research mental health yoga practice philosophy historical perspectives on and on A truly must read book for anyone hoping to get some uestions answered about kundalini energyand provoke even uestions in the process

  6. Douglas Douglas says:

    Good introduction to the topic I feel some of the essays could have been lightly edited as a few were introductions to other books and talked about that particular book while a few others were taken from parts of books in which you needed to have read the book to understand Rather than collecting past essays the editor could have had some authors work in dialogue together so as to talk with each other rather than talk past and repeat the same core concepts The collection does allow a beginner to discover and further explore relevant authors and practitioners

  7. John Majerle John Majerle says:

    This is an excellent book about kundalini However I was disappointed that it was not book on kundalini Like other esoteric topics knowledge of kundalini is experiential and can not be fully appreciated simply by reading a book However I do recommend a thorough reading of this book before diving into your personal kundalini journey

  8. Dora Viazzo Dora Viazzo says:

    Well organized book on a topic that is not in my beliefs I was glad to understand a different point of view though since it is well done

  9. Karen Karen says:

    Outstanding collection of essays from doctors and gurus on Kundalini and consciousness A must read

  10. Richard Richard says:

    It was a overall good book Some parts were very interesting while others were not as much

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