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    Greetings

    Some time ago, I'd been rather active in this forum discussing things about Kundalini energy. Recently, I wrote or, rather, reworked a book (maybe, I'd been also got a bit "reworked") and thought of sharing it here. Hope it will be worth your time.

    P.S. I slightly edited the write, it's so minuscule that you won't notice the difference. The Koran describes the paradise as a place with "coolness and drink", there's no mentioning of "the cool stream" as such. Just to keep the integrity of quotations
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    Quote “A Book of Concern”, essentially, was and is an attempt to provide a common foundation and reference point for various spiritual and philosophical traditions in general and individual spiritual development in particular. At the heart of the book lie my personal inner experiences, insights, familiarity with religious, philosophical, and psychological thought, observations, comparisons, and reflections that have been going on for years. For one thing, these must have translated into some sort of validity. In a way, I am embarking on an ambitious mission of a peacemaker wielding, at the same time, a sword – that of discrimination – which would hardly be pleasing to some. Whether I am blessed as it is made clear with regards to peacemaking in the Bible, this I know not.

    If the reader hasn't been put off with all my intimations and pretense thus far, let our journey across pages continue.
    (the author did not promote himself, so I decided to help)

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    Thank you, RogeRio

    Looks like some people found the read worthwhile judging by "likes". It's both surprising and gladdening. I wonder if anyone actually tried to awaken Kundalini shakti the way it's offered in the book, and what he or she felt. I also thought of sharing two of the most seminal Shri Mataji's talks here and a compilation of quotes speaking directly of or alluding to Kundalini shakti. I hope it won't be seen as some cheap promotion:






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    I did another write, an addendum to "A Book of Concern" of sorts. It may be interesting to some Enjoy!
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