American Kundalini

American Kundalini : One Westerner's Unexpected Journey with Universal Energy

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American Kundalini takes readers on a personal journey into a powerful human experience with Kundalini, a biological system for radical transformation. This unusual phenomenon has been known about for thousands of years, but it's been shrouded primarily in monasteries, Eastern ashrams, and ancient writing. Very few Western books explore Kundalini in depth, especially as told from the life of a person who has actually lived the experience. Author Aaron Anderson shares an up-close, authentic account of how Kundalini dramatically appeared and then upended his life. Over ten years, this "Universal Energy" completely transformed the physical, emotional, mental, sexual, and spiritual aspects of Aaron's being. Narrated from a Western perspective, American Kundalini intends to help other modern laypeople deal with Kundalini. The book also aims to introduce the idea of Kundalini to the general public. Do you wonder about the energy that exists to aid and empower human experience? Then read this compelling memoir about a man's journey learning to meditate and then learning how to deal with the impact of a profound and difficult more

Product details

  • Paperback | 190 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 10mm | 263g
  • Peacock Proud, LLC
  • English
  • Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
  • 0998121207
  • 9780998121208
  • 1,820,843

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"Like most great stories, Aaron's narrative is polyvalent: his one overall story is woven from various threads, creating something much larger and greater than his own personal understanding of Kundalini. Aaron's story also further proves that those of us who experience something outside of everyday reality are not alone." -Dr. David Shorter, Professor and Vice Chair, Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance, UCLAshow more