October 5, 2009
Kundalini Rising: Exploring the Energy of Awakening
By Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, Andfrew Newberg, Sivananda Rhada, Ken Wilber, Whitehawk, and John Selby
Publisher: Sounds True (September 2009)
Pages: 391 - Price: $19.95
Review by Lee Prosser - email@example.com
Those paranormal readers interested in energy and the latent energy within humans, will find this collection of writings by various authors topnotch reading enjoyment. An intimate look at what the Kundalini energy is about is well worth the reader's time. There are twenty-four essays in this fine collection, and each offers a close look at Kundalini.
There is a wide range of thought expressed in this book, ranging from personal accounts, historical perspectives, brain research, and yogic practices. This is a hands-on approach to the subject matter which shares practical approaches with mystical approaches. One of the many outstanding essays is Whitehawk's "Deep Light and the Great Retruthing." The introduction is by Tami Simon.
Additionally, there is a beautiful CD that accompanies the text, but comes separately as an order item. It is named Kundalini Meditation Music and features the musical interpretations of various artists including Snatam Kaur. If you purchase the book, you may also wish to purchase this CD. "Prosper" ("Har Har Gobinday") with Joseph Michael Levry (Gurunam) is one of the many songs and performers.
Included in the book is a section of notes, information on the contributors, and an index. The index is concise and helpful in guiding the reader to various points of reading interest.
This is a book, and CD, which should find a welcome home among the readers of Ghostvillage.com. Both are excellent.
For something out of the unusual and enjoyable reading, give Kundalini Rising a read, for you will not be disappointed. Highly recommended.
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