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Aghora II: Kundalini

Aghora II Kundalini This the second volume in the Aghora series focuses on Kundalini the transformative power of the enlightened self Kundalini the root from which all spiritual experiences sprout has remained secre

  • Title: Aghora II: Kundalini
  • Author: Robert E. Svoboda Robert Beer
  • ISBN: 9780914732310
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This, the second volume in the Aghora series, focuses on Kundalini, the transformative power of the enlightened self Kundalini, the root from which all spiritual experiences sprout, has remained secret for so long because it cannot be explained, only experienced This book recounts how Vimalananda introduced me to Kundalini, and took me step by step through the practicesThis, the second volume in the Aghora series, focuses on Kundalini, the transformative power of the enlightened self Kundalini, the root from which all spiritual experiences sprout, has remained secret for so long because it cannot be explained, only experienced This book recounts how Vimalananda introduced me to Kundalini, and took me step by step through the practices used to awaken Her It examines mantras, yantras, tantric practices, and shows how normally mundane things like music, food, and even the noise of trains rumbling down tracks can be turned to one s spiritual benefit For Vimalananda Kundalini was not some sort of impersonal serpent energy, but rather took the form of his beloved deity Smashan Tara, the Saviouress of the Cemetery He trusted Kundalini implicitly, and She never let him down.

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    1. Robert E. Svoboda Robert Beer

      During and after my formal Ayurvedic training I was tutored in Ayurveda, Yoga, Jyotisha, Tantra and allied subjects by my mentor, the Aghori Vimalananda He also owned thoroughbred race horses, and I served as his Authorized Racing Agent at the Royal Western India Turf Club in Bombay and Poona between 1975 and 1985.

    522 Comments

    1. This is one of my all time favorite books. I think I have read it 3 or 4 times. If you are into yoga philosophy and the deep traditions and meaning behind the yoga - this is a fabulous book. I learned so much about yogic history/myth and why I was really doing stuff. The author is superb.A fun read and brainy.



    2. Intense, infact very intense. It teaches one the way of lifet just that, the words are very carefully weaved for the subject.


    3. Spiritual books, especially those dealing with a devoteeā€™s personal experiences, are difficult to review, since the author as well as the reader, both are subjective to the extreme, and both go through the process with something to prove.Nevertheless, as far as my reading experience is concerned, this book, which is the 2nd one in the trilogy composed by the author, turned out to be far better compared to the first book, in terms of readability.The book deals with a special concept that has be [...]


    4. Having read all the three of the Aghora series books,ie,Aghora 1,Kundalini & Karma, gave me a better picture of the Tantrik practices in general , how kundalini is connected to our perception of the world around us which makes our perspective on the same ,& then about karma which was the first read among the three above presented a lucid understanding of this perplexing Law of Karma(a lot of references from the Indian history).These books will surely free us from a negative opinion which [...]


    5. Whilst studying Ayurveda in India the author meets and befriends the inimitable Vimalananda, a Loki-esque character who drinks Johnnie Walker, smokes, gambles and becomes sweetly sentimental about his favorite Jim Reeves song. A skilled storyteller, Vimalananda schools Svoboda in Hindu myth, Hindu Philosophy and the ancient, dark art of Tantra.



    6. Delves into the meaning of Hindu rituals, music, spirituality, tantra etc. Must read if you are spiritually curious and want to know more about hinduism that isn't mainstream.




    7. The Aghora Triology - a set of three books that were so fascinating that I finished them all in a fortnight.The author is an American who had come to study Ayurveda in a college at Poona in the 80s when he meets an Aghori. The series elucidates about the reasoning and philosophy behind some of the seemingly bizarre practices of Aghora that the society views with contempt and horror.In addition, the author shed light on the epic poem Ramayana, and explains it in a way that is illuminating for the [...]


    8. This is the second part of the Aghora series, about which I have already given my impressionsThe book is full of knowledge of the Tantra philosophy and its practicea must read for anyone who wants to explore this fascinating areaI may warn that this not a book which panders to the lowest denominator meant for serious students of Tantrik systemsAs fascinating and memorable as the first one


    9. 3 stars as I am yet to comprehend/experience the subject of the book. But, overall, this is a good book. Don't expect this to be a manual on awakening your Kundalini. But you will know a little about the subject. There's so much more in the book, than what the title suggests. Sometimes, things are completely out of the subject, but relevant within the overall context of the Aghora series. I am looking forward to the third book in the series, The Law of Karma!








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