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Author, Ethel Katz Finds Her Guru
"...This is not a new book, but then there are always new readers. It was first published in 1990 and was the thesis for the author's Ph.D. Sub-titled "A Guide to the Kundalini Process" it is the best overall introduction to Kundalini energy that I have come across. The symptoms, problems that can be experienced are well researched; Eastern teachings are documented plus a precis and commentary of numerous relevant Eastern and Western biographies.
Does unsought Kundalini affect Westerners? A growing and significant number of doctors and psychologists think that it does...."
Now after an interval of 24 years "The Awakening Guide" is the result of continuing experience both on a personal basis and as a counsellor to the many people Bonnie Greenwell has helped. I particularly appreciated the comments and observations of her personal journey, more reflective and less academic than 'Energies of Tranformation'.
The Awakening Guide will be a valuable companion to many who are also travelling the transformative path of the inward journey. Regarding the E Book edition, the detailed index of the individual chapters was a pleasant and helpful surprise.
It felt as though the author was standing in the centre of a diamond prism, illustrating an infinite number of simple paths and angles through which the gift of selflessness can be attained. This is not to understate the recognition that she gives to the difficult task of cleansing and deconstruction that must occur before the ego finally releases its grip within the minds and hearts of some aspirants (myself included).
Beautifully conveyed, with her personal experience and empathy shining through brilliantly and compassionately to all those who are criss-crossing various roles of duality and negotiating internal conflict while nevertheless immersed within the Kundalini journey, I'm reminded of the words: "I trace the rainbow through the rain" in the George Matheson Christian hymn: "Oh Love that wilt not let me go".
Truly, a transcendent mood of calm sweeps over me whenever my eyes glide over the supportive words and phrases of this book. So many nuances! Thank you, Bonnie Greenwell.