By Choa Kok Sui
Historical Meditations, saved mystery for hundreds of years, at the moment are printed and taught to the general public for the time. This infrequent publication discusses the which means of Soul awareness and complex meditations - Meditation on dual Hearts and Meditation at the Soul. The esoteric that means of the i'm in numerous religions and philosophies is mentioned in easily and straightforward to keep on with steps. different subject matters comprise: Activation of the guts and crown chakras; Kundalini strength and Soul awareness; elevating one's awareness; reaching Stillness; distinction among Meditation and focus; the 3 everlasting Seeds; complicated Pranic respiring concepts; and masses extra! those concepts let you speed up the Union of your incarnated soul (often defined because the character or reduce self) along with your larger Soul (Higher Self). This phenomenon is named "Soul Realization".
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Achieving Oneness With The Higher Soul by Choa Kok Sui