Oneness in Living: Kundalini Yoga, the Spiritual Path, and the Intentional Community

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North Atlantic Books, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 296 pages
The founder of Harbin Hot Springs, a premier spiritual growth and healing center in Northern California, delivers a thoughtful critique of New Age as a philosophy and a way of life. In Part One, Ishvara argues for societal change based on New Age values and uses the success of Harbin as an example. Part Two focuses on the principles of oneness and enlightenment, exploring such themes as ecstasy, peace, morality, liberation, awareness, and meditation.
 

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Contents

ONENESS IN LIVING
1
ONENESS AND ENLIGHTENMENT
3
Radical Oneness
5
Enlightenment and Oneness
17
Permanent Enlightenment
23
Peace and Ecstasy
27
Liberation and Morality
33
Focus and Oneness
39
Choosing a Path and a Teacher
87
Tantra
91
THE HERE AND NOW
102
Thinking and Awareness
103
The Infinite and the Now
107
Human Potential Psychology and Gestalt Therapy
111
PEOPLE RELATING TO PEOPLE
120
Communication
121

SPIRITUAL PRACTICE
43
Energy or Kundalini Yoga
47
Other Practices of Prana
75
Spiritual Energy Schizophrenia and Hallucinogenic Drugs
79
New Age Marriage A Yogic Approach
127
Nudity
133
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Ishvara is the founder and president of the Harbin Hot Springs Spiritual Growth and Healing Center.

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