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Kundalini Diary

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300 pages2 hours

Summary

Kundalini Diary, a visual journey in meditation, dispels the general fear-mongering that has been created around the Kundalini. To everyone’s great relief, the author asserts a very real, very reassuring possibility that the arousal of the Kundalini can actually be a natural physiological process which anyone, who is willing to submit to its discipline and is dedicated to its pursuit, can initiate with a mind free of fear and dread.

Here, then, is a truly pioneering and unprecedented piece of work that not only describes but also visually represents many of the important processes and changes, transformations and insights that occur when the chakras are activated by the aroused Kundalini. Continuing in a similar vein as her earlier book Conscious Flight Into The Empyrean – the author records and illustrates her amazing encounters and experiences with this gentle force in the easy-to-read format of a Diary.

For those of you who have ventured into the mysterious realm of the awakened Consciousness, here is book you could well relate to. For those who have not experienced this phenomenon but practice meditation, and are curious about the nature of the Kundalini – this Diary will serve as a road map with significant signposts along the Kundalini path. Embark with it on a singular and what could, perhaps, be the most stimulating and rewarding journey in your life.

About The Author
Santosh Sachdeva was born in Sialkot, now in Pakistan. Along with her parents, two sisters and a brother, she had to flee Sialkot in the aftermath of partition in 1947. The family eventually settled in Mussoorie, a hill-station in India, nestled in the Himalayan foothills.

Right from her childhood, Santosh was exposed to mystical subjects as her father had an affinity for holy men (sadhus) travelling to and fro from the Himalayas. These men in saffron robes became a familiar sight at her house and Santosh grew up in an atmosphere graced by them. In the evenings, the house would resonate with the rhythmic sounds of mantras chanted by these sadhus. Santosh was thus influenced by them, and also by her parents from whom she learnt the value of believing that life is only positives. Thus, Santosh grew up in an environment which was naturally conducive to spiritual unfoldment.

Santosh was educated at the Convent of Jesus and Mary in Waverly (Mussoorie) and finished her college education from Delhi University (India). She was married to the Late Ajeet Sachdeva, a well-known figure in Indian Advertising. After the death of her husband, Santosh took up the dual challenge of raising a family and running a business in Mumbai (India).

It was only as recently as 1995, after her son took over the family business, that Santosh turned to Mental Physics (Brahma Vidya). She started attending the course conducted by Justice M. L. Dudhat of the Bombay High Court. This year marked the beginning of a significant period in her life. Little did she understand how this would completely change her life, bringing on a profound obsession with meditation and a surrender to the Higher Forces. She now continues to live with equanimity, a full life, even in semi-retirement. She hopes that her story will help validate similar experiences of others in meditation, and especially inspire young students to fearlessly undertake the spiritual journey.

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