Kundalini: An Untold Story

You don’t have to be a monk to enter the ultimate realm of happiness! Yes, it’s true.

You don’t have to be a monk to enter the ultimate realm of happiness! Yes, it’s true.

In his book Kundalini – An Untold Story, Himalayan ascetic Om Swami unveils the enigmatic story of kundalini, the formless aspect of the Goddess or your primordial energy. With workable steps for awakening this energy source, the author explains the esoteric and practical meaning of kundalini and the seven chakras in his usual humorous style. These riveting anecdotes are based on his personal experience gained from years of intense meditation. Take an awe-inspiring journey – something no other book on spirituality can offer – from the origins of kundalini all the way to Swami’s own sadhana in the modern age.

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