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As Yogi Bhajan puts it, The Chakras are the keys to being human and being happy. In this book, taken from some of his lecture materials, he defines the nature of the chakras, how they work, their interaction, projection and potency, with both humor and subtlety, and often, surprising candor.
Each of the seven chakras has its own chapter, its rightful place in the grander scheme of things. If you want to understand the human psyche - how it works, how it manifests, how its details are found, how people behave, what we expect of them, what they expect of us - it is totally an anatomy of the human psyche - an anatomy which has taken thousands of years of research to discover.
By themselves, humans can be blinded by emotions, feelings, insecurities, and all that is granted, but one thing remains: the progressive nature of the human is to succeed, and humans cannot succeed if they cannot intuitively understand the other person. That is where the science of the chakras came from.
If you can practice and understand these chakras and develop them automatically in your body so they become your companions, then you have seven friends.
This manual teaches you to:
These lectures on the chakras by Yogi Bhajan are priceless gems. The information is not what you will find anywhere else. Engaging and insightful, they will truly deepen your understanding of this age-old yogic system of understanding the Self. Beyond the information in the lectures, the meditative kriya experiences are powerful and uplifting. Yogi Bhajan is the Master of Kundalini Yoga! I am grateful we have this valuable work.
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When Yogi Bhajan (Harbhajan Singh Puri) arrived in North America from India in 1968, be brought with him the ancient and powerful technology of Kundalini Yoga. Its introduction to the Western World broke an ancient tradition of secrecy. Traditionally these sacred teachings were passed from teacher to student in a very selective and elitist fashion and had never been taught anywhere publicly.