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Our Light Body: A Kundalini Awakening Testimonial (Volume 1) Paperback – April 17, 2012
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About the Author
MARY E. (BETSY) RABYOR was born in Wisconsin and lived in Nevada, Florida and Spain. She went to college and was a computer programmer for 17 years, with family and suburban life. Since 1990, she has meditated and learned self-healing techniques. In August of 1999, she spiritually awakened, quit her job and devoted her life to self-realization and helping others. Shortly after starting Reiki self-healing in 2005, her kundalini unexpectedly awakened. She continues to work with her kundalini transformation today. She lives in Wisconsin and is a skilled distance healer, author, poet, intuitive, and spiritual mentor.
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Even the beginning, before the journal part, does not impress me. It's seems to be for someone who has no basic knowledge about spirituality, enlightenment related matters and kundalini. I'm not saying it's wrong to write about the basics, I'm just giving information for the more advanced readers who might be considering buying this book. Also the way in which all the information is presented does not resonate with me. I have been reading many spiritual books and I have come to notice you can feel the energy of the author whilst reading. I prefer the books (about spiritual matters) where the author manages to give something more than just dry preaching and teaching + plain detailistic information and you can feel the flow and the fresh energy through the words, even if talked about painful experiences: the writer works as a channel between the reader and higher levels of experience/existence. It does not happen in this book (at least for me), or if so in some parts, it just gets cluttered in all the endless dry ranting.
There is probably good info about reiki and acupressure in the book, though I can not truly comment because I have no expertise in either one. But it too would be better presented in some other form than a journal which has every minor detail of what happened and when (believe me there is plenty). Who has the time and strength to go through it all and look for important parts when we are living in the middle of this general information overload in the world? It would be better if one person would do it (meaning the writer) than many when it comes to selecting the parts that actually give something valuable to someone. I truly believe we don't really need to hear about every single pop and crack in her body.
The most ironic part is that the book ends quite suddenly...(there is no final words or any conclusion) but the last sentence is "To be continued..." O_o