Readers of Kali’s Odiyya will be thrilled to see Shambu, Sandhya, and Aunt Preema return in this new memoir in which we encounter the dark odiyyas, predatory sorcerers from realms below the conscious human realm. Aunt Preema and the agorhi (mystics) prepare Shambu (the author’s name in his native land) and his mystical companion Sandhya for a descent into the underworld to rescue a disciple of their group. We learn with them about assimilating logical awareness into dream awareness in order to travel into the astral realm, working with herb awareness, and the miraculous healing that can be achieved in the astral realm and manifested in the physical one.
This exciting story contains information about incarnation, karma, the subtle body and the "cosmology" of consciousness. More than a New Age novel, Medicine of Light will make you want to read it in one sitting and come back again and again for its valuable teachings in consciousness.
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Amarananda Bhairavan experienced a joyous childhood growing up in his extended famiy on the west coast of South India. At age 11, he began to study Sanskrit and learned to chant hymns from the Vedas. Bhairavan practiced tantra, and in the years that followed, received several initiations in various aspects of Kali worship. He teaches yoga, Sanskrit chants, and lectures on Hindu metaphysics and tantra. He lives in Laguna, California.
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Descrizione libro Nicolas-Hayes, Inc., Lake Worth, FL, 2007. Soft cover. Condizione libro: New. No Jacket. New book. Codice libro della libreria 001295