The Chakras: A Monograph

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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The object of this book is to provide an answer to questions regarding the chakras and to give those who have not yet made an attempt to unfold their dormant faculties some idea of what is seen by their more fortunate brethren. Contents: force centers; the forces; absorption of vitality; development of the chakras; Laya yoga. Includes 25 illustrations, tables and figures.

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User Review  - Rachel Eatherton - Goodreads

some good information, but overall pretty dry to me. Read full review

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User Review  - Erren Wolf - Goodreads

Leadbeater, who also wrote Thought-forms, is a man who can see the nonphysical world. He wrote about thought-forms and illustrated them and in this book he describes the chakras: the seven energy ... Read full review

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Leadbeater is a writer, Demos research associate, and consultant to leading companies. He is a member of the British government's Competitiveness Council and an advisor to Prime Minister Tony Blair's Downing Street Policy Unit.

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