Living with Kundalini: The Autobiography of Gopi Krishna

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Shambhala, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 401 pages
A classic first-person account of spiritual awakening, now in a revised and expanded edition. Krishna tells of his awakening to kundalini, a spiritual force said to be asleep in every human being which finds expression in the form of spiritual knowledge, mystical vision, psychic powers and enlightenment.

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Contents

Still No Sign of Miraculous Psychic Powers
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Perennially Conscious of an Inner Luminosity
202
The Transformative Power of the Divine Energy
220
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Gopi Krishna (1903?1984) was an ordinary Indian householder who experienced the awakening of the spiritual force known as kundalini at the age of thirty-four. He subsequently became the inspired writer of numerous books in which he shared his insights with others.

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