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Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 3, 2005
Robert Morgen, teacher of the popular seminar series ?Kundalini Awakening with Robert Morgen? has just released a new book. “Kundalini Awakening for Personal Mastery (ISBN: 0-9773801-0-6) is now available in bookstores everywhere.
The kundalini is a pool of energy that lies at the base of the spine. Dormant in most people, it can be awakened in a carefully controlled manner. The benefits of awakening the kundalini are well documented and include better health, higher levels of energy and a much greater mind/body/spirit connection. Kundalini energy can be accessed and used by anyone regardless of religious faith or spiritual path.
?The kundalini can show you why you?re here, what life is really all about and help unveil the mysteries surrounding our everyday lives. This book can teach you to calm your mind, improve your health and eyesight and develop abilities that most people don?t even believe in,? says Morgen.
With this innovative book students can learn meditations and exercises needed to develop a better mind/body/spirit connection. The simple, easy exercises can be done by anyone at any experience level. The step-by-step progression of the exercises allows students to expand their abilities and promotes health, increased energy and a well balanced life.
Practice of the meditations, exercises and attitudes taught will allow students to awaken their kundalini in a safe, efficient manner without harmful side effects sometimes experienced by students less well-trained. Students learn how to access their inner wisdom and connect to the universe at a spiritual level. The exercises allow the student to progress at their own rate without a guru.
Using the exercises in this book the dedicated student can not only learn to tap into these hidden reserves of energy, but do so safely and efficiently.
The topics covered include:
Meditation Basics: unlocking your inner power
Kundalini and Enlightenment
Developing your Self-Awareness
Seeing and feeling energy
Complete Self Acceptance
Becoming your ?True Self?
Opening and Balancing the Chakras
?Personal Mastery is an incremental process,? says Morgen. ?Rather than making huge, unsustainable changes, it?s all about developing your true self and becoming the person you were meant to be. No matter who or where you are, your path to your own Personal Mastery starts right NOW!?
About the Author
Robert Morgen is a Reiki Master who currently holds a Black Belt in Hoshin Roshi Ryu. He’s the founder of the Kundalini Awakening Discussion Group, the Druids Circle Discussion Group and the (offline) Druid?s Circle in Lakewood, CO.
He?s the founder and Executive Director of the Windhaven Foundation for Sustainable Living, writes a regular column on subtle energy for Fight Times Magazine and a twice monthly column on Kundalini Awakening at Alumbo.com.
In addition to teaching about energy work and Kundalini Awakening he donates time to teach about Renewable Energy, Alternative Building and Creating Sustainable Lifestyles in various Public Schools.
He travels and teaches as much as possible and you can learn how to attend one of his Kundalini Awakening Seminars at his website.
Question by xmoregonex: Anyone know about chinese…. herbs?
I just went to an old Vietnamese grocery store, everything is 50% off. So I got a bunch of random Chinese stuff, some of it is not labeled in English. I thought it was food, but by the taste of it, it must be something else. The package says “health food” on the back
The first thing is called amomum costatum, it appears to be a tree nut (?), but I tasted one and wow, talk about bitter and weird. its extremely bitter. What is this and would be a use for such a thing?
The second thing is unlabeled, it it a tree nut/fruit thing, it is large, about the size of an egg, but its shell is dark brown. The inside is sort of styrofoam-like with seeds, its very sickening sweet and tastes like saccharin, and very bitter at the same time. Eww! Any idea what it is, and why someone would use it?
The last thing is a box labeled “chinese herbs”, and has the following: radix angelicae sinensis, radix paeoniae alba, radix rehmanniae, and rhizoma ligustici wallichii.
Answer by mike d
try marijuana, its a good herb.. you can smoke it or bake it…
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Question by Because: Has anyone used frozen herbs?
I was in the grocery store & saw what I am hoping is a marvelous little invention- “fresh frozen diced herbs”. They are by “White Toque” and come in a little shaker box. I purchased the shallots, chives & basil. It says to use the same amount as fresh herbs. I freeze just about everything, but I have to confess that this idea never occurred to me. Before I make my favorite dishes, does anyone have any experience with these? Many thanks!
I’m not so much concerned about flavor as I am about texture. Will it matter in things that are not cooked?
Answer by Lea S
yes, i think that its just a great idea, i mean who thought? easy fast herbs in a little container. It works just great with recipes. I prefer to use fresh herbs, but really when your in rush these work really well.
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Question by Cynthia M: Has anyone tried the new weightloss herb “Hoodia “?
I would like to know if you have tried or know anyone who has used this herb , if so was it effective? jitters? any other side effects?
Answer by bmac
It’s not new and it is worthless. Only diet and exercise will take the weight off of you. All those diet pills you buy at the store are worthless.
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Question by spidstick: Does anyone know anything about brainwave patterns during meditation ?
I would like to know how “super meditation” CD’s supposidly work,i.e. how many hz’s our brains are resonating at during certain mental states etc. ?
Thanks for any responses !
Answer by friendlysummer
Meditators have been studied using EEG equipment. The simple act of closing the eyes and clearing the mind produces an immediate decrease in brainwave activity. In the initial stages, brainwave activity remains around 13 to 14 Hz. With practice, deeper meditative states can be achieved. Experienced Meditators can achieve brainwave patterns closer to 8 Hz. Those that have practiced meditation for many years can achieve even deeper brainwave states. Meditation is a discipline that must be understood in order to be effective. There is much controversy in the West over the desired ‘result’ of meditation. From a technical perspective, no specific result of meditation is desired. In the meditative state, all experience is recognized, acknowledged and the attention is once again returned to the initially chosen focus of attention. Once an experience — any experience other than the initially chosen focus of attention becomes the focus and the experience, the individual is no longer in a state of meditation. A state of transpersonal awareness may take place at that time.
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