Kundalini Yoga

· Lotus Press
2 reviews

About this ebook

The science of yoga includes many disciplines of power and realization. Of these, none is perhaps more famous than the Kundalini Yoga. The search for inner awakening and unfolding of hidden powers has brought man to the threshold of the last frontier: himself. This book expounds the science of consciousness, and quickly reviews the concepts of chakras, mantras, yoga, and awakening of the kundalini energy as the foundation of realization.

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2 reviews
February 20, 2017
I was reading "the serpent power " by "arthur avalon" - Total number of pages is 529.I am finding it very difficult to grasp.Almost a quarter of each chapter of this book are the sanskrit texts in English letters. As this book has less than 80 pages I have requested for £3.55 by this advertisement.I hope the book in print reaches me safely for me to read and write further review. Has any one read this book and can you let me know about Professor Lombroso's record of a case of a blind woman reading with the tip of her ear.This I can see again in Mr.M.P.. Pandit's book via Google.Who was this Professor Lombroso ? In what field was he a Professor?Was further study done by current Medical Investigators in U.K on this subject?
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M.P. Pandit has been a member of the Sri Aurobinodo Ashram for more than 50 years. He has authored more than a hundred books on various dimensions of spiritual life.

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