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Kundalini Awakening: A Gentle Guide to Chakra Activation and Spiritual Growthby John Selby
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Kundalini Awakening delivers a universe of easy benefits for readers seeking to find relaxation, harmony, and inner peace.
Kundalini Awakening demystifies the complex science of Kundalini in a compelling content of:
· A full understanding of the seven Chakras, from the first Root Chakra located at the base of the spine to the brain's Crown Chakra
· The power of mantras and complete instructions for their use
· Breathing techniques for relaxation and stress reduction
· Meditation exercises using the guided imagery and the magnificent full color Chakra paintings of Zachary Selig that clarify the color coding of the Chakras
Kundalini Awakening presents a dynamic humanization solution through Chakra models framed in meditations to address the challenges in our world and the way we interact with ourselves.
Books on the subject of Kundalini yoga--practiced only by the most advanced yogis and spiritualists--have generally focused on theory and history. But now comes the first book to offer readers techniques for bringing Kundalini energy into everyday life. Includes breathing exercises, chants, and visual symbols and paintings.
About the Author
Internationally acclaimed Artist, Author, and Filmmaker Zachary Selig is one of the leading Kundalini authorities on Chakra and Color Sciences. Zachary Selig is a notable pioneer of Talismanic Art in the contemporary art world and has a 25 year professional history as a Fine Artist and Spiritual Consultant for private clients worldwide. Zachary Selig delivers a universe of benefits through art, literary, and film venues by sourcing answers to Wellness challenges through his gift as a Spiritist.
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