The current state of confusion about the real nature of spiritual experience is due to a lack of understanding of how the brain functions as a channel for the expression of consciousness. In this book, Gopi Krishna challenges scientists and psychiatrists alike to stop ignoring the important part the physical brain plays in our development. He asserts that an understanding of prana, the super-intelligent cosmic energy behind all forms of life, is the key to understanding how higher forms of reality and other planes of creation, currently inaccessible to us, will become available for exploration.
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The 'Wonder of the Brain' is Kundalini, a mysterious center in the body that can be triggered into activity to give you more vitality and mental ability than you ever thought possible. When we talk about only using ten percent of the brain's capacity, we naturally wonder how the other ninety percent can be utilized. Kundalini is the biological mechanism in each of us that makes it possible. But knowledge of it, and what it can do for our happiness and true potential, has always been a jealously guarded secret.
Gopi Krishna awakened Kundalini at the age of 34, and from that moment on, his mental powers expanded incredibly. He had tapped into both the Elixir of Life and the fount of knowledge. Since then, his reputation as the leading authority on this fascinating subject has become more firmly established with each passing year. this is a book that will stand the test of time.About the Author:
Gopi Krishna was born in 1903, near the city of Srinagar, in the Jammu and Kashmir State in northern India. He spent his earlier years there and later, in Lahore, in the Punjab of British India. At the age of twenty, he returned to Kashmir and during the succeeding years he secured a post in the state government, married and raised a family. Later in his career, he became the leader of a social organization that was devoted to helping the disadvantaged in his community.
At the age of 34, while meditating one morning, he experienced the sudden and forceful awakening of Kundalini, which he described in full detail years later in his autobiography, KundaliniThe Evolutionary Energy in Man. From that day, till the end of his life, the energy was fully active in his body and eventually brought about a radical, permanent transformation of his perceptive faculties.
Gopi Krishnas last 25 years were devoted to bringing the attention of the world to this phenomenon. His seventeen published books, innumerable articles, discourses and speeches have presented a clear and concise account of the Kundalini process, a theory for its explanation and the role it plays in the evolution of both the individual consciousness and of the race as a whole.
His experiences led him to hypothesize that there is a biological mechanism in the human body which is responsible for creativity, genius, psychic abilities, religious and mystical experiences, as well as some aberrant mental states. He asserted that this mechanism is responsible for the evolution of mankind and that it is ignorance of the working of this process which is at the root of the critical situation of the world today.
Gopi Krishna called for a full scientific investigation of his hypothesis and believed that the results of such an objective analysis would give mankind the knowledge and understanding necessary to progress in peace and harmony.
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Buchbeschreibung F. I. N. D. Research Trust, 1987. Paperback. Buchzustand: Good. Second Printing. Blue cover with white titling and color illustration on front. Chapter headings include: Mystics - true and false; The brain - forgotten wizard; Consciousness and super consciousness; Mysticism or pathology; The panorama of creation; etc. Cover is slightly edgeworn. Professional book dealer since 1975. All orders are processed promptly and packaged with the utmost care. Satisfaction guaranteed. ; 116 pages. Artikel-Nr. 35739