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You don’t need drugs, in fact, once you get into meditation, you unleash the true energies in the body, and they are more powerful than any drug, including prescription medicines. All drugs, whether prescribed or surreptitiously consumed, are addictive. They are a crutch to fall back on, and, in the act of falling back, these chemical elements act on the natural processes of the brain, inhibiting the production of endorphins and other useful, beneficial neurotransmitters and hormones. What’s more, drugs turn you into a different person, one you were NOT meant to be. Although at first you may believe drugs make you a cooler you, you soon realize it’s not about cool; it’s about addiction and scoring your next high. And you’re on a treadmill to misery: physical, psychic, and spiritual.
Many people explore drugs before activating kundalini. If not addicted, drugs should have no lingering effect.
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You don’t need drugs, in fact, once you get into meditation, you unleash the true energies in the body, and they are more powerful than any drug, including prescription medicines. All drugs, whether prescribed or surreptitiously consumed, are addictive. They are a crutch to fall back on, and, in the act of falling back, these chemical elements act on the natural processes of the brain, inhibiting the production of endorphins and other useful, beneficial neurotransmitters and hormones. What’s more, drugs turn you into a different person, one you were NOT meant to be. Although at first you may believe drugs make you a cooler you, you soon realize it’s not about cool; it’s about addiction and scoring your next high. And you’re on a treadmill to misery: physical, psychic, and spiritual.
Many people explore drugs before activating kundalini. If not addicted, drugs should have no lingering effect.
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You don’t need drugs, in fact, once you get into meditation, you unleash the true energies in the body, and they are more powerful than any drug, including prescription medicines. All drugs, whether prescribed or surreptitiously consumed, are addictive. They are a crutch to fall back on, and, in the act of falling back, these chemical elements act on the natural processes of the brain, inhibiting the production of endorphins and other useful, beneficial neurotransmitters and hormones. What’s more, drugs turn you into a different person, one you were NOT meant to be. Although at first you may believe drugs make you a cooler you, you soon realize it’s not about cool; it’s about addiction and scoring your next high. And you’re on a treadmill to misery: physical, psychic, and spiritual.
Many people explore drugs before activating kundalini. If not addicted, drugs should have no lingering effect.
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And you know what? After doing the research, after following up every lead, after cross-examining all the experts, you may find you don't actually need a teacher. Think of it. You've worked hard to find a practice that suits you. You may find that you can forge ahead on your own. I'm not saying you shouldn't look for a teacher; you probably should. There again, don't accept everything he/she says without critically evaluating it. Every good teacher wants you to question his/her authority.
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And you know what? After doing the research, after following up every lead, after cross-examining all the experts, you may find you don't actually need a teacher. Think of it. You've worked hard to find a practice that suits you. You may find that you can forge ahead on your own. I'm not saying you shouldn't look for a teacher; you probably should. There again, don't accept everything he/she says without critically evaluating it. Every good teacher wants you to question his/her authority.
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Buddha said, “To find the answer to the mystery, I’m going to sit in one place until something happens.” And he was able to do this because he had the support of a cultural matrix: The doctor, the apothecary, the tradesman, the accountant, the cook. All took him seriously. Even if they could not minister to his needs, even if it wasn’t for any of them, they understood his quest. What he did was an acknowledged part of an accepted monastic tradition that goes way back in India, China, and before conquest, in Tibet.
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You don’t need drugs, in fact, once you get into meditation, you unleash the true energies in the body, and they are more powerful than any drug, including prescription medicines. All drugs, whether prescribed or surreptitiously consumed, are addictive. They are a crutch to fall back on, and, in the act of falling back, these chemical elements act on the natural processes of the brain, inhibiting the production of endorphins and other useful, beneficial neurotransmitters and hormones. What’s more, drugs turn you into a different person, one you were NOT meant to be. Although at first you may believe drugs make you a cooler you, you soon realize it’s not about cool; it’s about addiction and scoring your next high. And you’re on a treadmill to misery: physical, psychic, and spiritual.
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You don’t need drugs, in fact, once you get into meditation, you unleash the true energies in the body, and they are more powerful than any drug, including prescription medicines. All drugs, whether prescribed or surreptitiously consumed, are addictive. They are a crutch to fall back on, and, in the act of falling back, these chemical elements act on the natural processes of the brain, inhibiting the production of endorphins and other useful, beneficial neurotransmitters and hormones. What’s more, drugs turn you into a different person, one you were NOT meant to be. Although at first you may believe drugs make you a cooler you, you soon realize it’s not about cool; it’s about addiction and scoring your next high. And you’re on a treadmill to misery: physical, psychic, and spiritual.
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You don’t need drugs, in fact, once you get into meditation, you unleash the true energies in the body, and they are more powerful than any drug, including prescription medicines. All drugs, whether prescribed or surreptitiously consumed, are addictive. They are a crutch to fall back on, and, in the act of falling back, these chemical elements act on the natural processes of the brain, inhibiting the production of endorphins and other useful, beneficial neurotransmitters and hormones. What’s more, drugs turn you into a different person, one you were NOT meant to be. Although at first you may believe drugs make you a cooler you, you soon realize it’s not about cool; it’s about addiction and scoring your next high. And you’re on a treadmill to misery: physical, psychic, and spiritual.
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And you know what? After doing the research, after following up every lead, after cross-examining all the experts, you may find you don't actually need a teacher. Think of it. You've worked hard to find a practice that suits you. You may find that you can forge ahead on your own. I'm not saying you shouldn't look for a teacher; you probably should. There again, don't accept everything he/she says without critically evaluating it. Every good teacher wants you to question his/her authority.
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Buddha said, “To find the answer to the mystery, I’m going to sit in one place until something happens.” And he was able to do this because he had the support of a cultural matrix: The doctor, the apothecary, the tradesman, the accountant, the cook. All took him seriously. Even if they could not minister to his needs, even if it wasn’t for any of them, they understood his quest. What he did was an acknowledged part of an accepted monastic tradition that goes way back in India, China, and before conquest, in Tibet.
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Buddha said, “To find the answer to the mystery, I’m going to sit in one place until something happens.” And he was able to do this because he had the support of a cultural matrix: The doctor, the apothecary, the tradesman, the accountant, the cook. All took him seriously. Even if they could not minister to his needs, even if it wasn’t for any of them, they understood his quest. What he did was an acknowledged part of an accepted monastic tradition that goes way back in India, China, and before conquest, in Tibet.
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Activated Kundalini in 1977, haved lived with it for over 40 years and witnessed it overhaul my entire being.
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Four books on Kundalini: Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time, The Biology of Consciousness: Case Studies in Kundalini, Seminal Retention and Higher Consciousness: The Sexology of Kundalini, and The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death. Our Facebook Page.

Publisher of books on the biology of consciousness at Life Force Books. Creator of the Common Sense Kundalini and Golden Flower Meditation websites. Host of The Kundalini Consortium, a blog featuring commentary on human energy potential by a group of self-exploration devotees, informed largely by their own awakening experiences. How and why these biological phenomena occur, and their effect on individual and collective consciousness: Kundalini, neuroplasticity, Nirvikalpa, distance healing, mindfulness, meditation, near-death experience, energy cultivation techniques.

JJ Semple's formal education includes studying English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania and George Washington University, and a master’s degree in marketing from Hauts Etudes de Commerce in Paris. However, his worldly accomplishments pale beside his forty years of investigating workable methods for activating the Kundalini.

Says JJ Semple, “After many years of practicing Yoga and meditation on my own, I realized my self-reliance had provided me with the knowledge to create a method of my own — a method for self-learners. It's called Golden Flower Meditation (GFM), a method I learned through extensive study of The Secret of the Golden Flower. Practitioners all over the world use it. In fact, because of its revolutionary implementation of sexual sublimation, every Yoga teacher and meditation instructor should have GFM techniques in their toolkit.

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How Kundalini is Perceived
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Several others began shouting that Kundalini had no scientific value; it was only a cult.

Kundalini And Out Of Body Experience
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My first Out Of Body Experience (OBE) occurred when I was 21, lying in a George Washington University hospital bed after a appendicitis ope.

Blueprints of our Physical Bodies
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"We are all perfect at that split-second moment before conception. Of course, like a building before the foundation is laid,...

Dream Energy
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O ne of the strongest impacts Kundalini has on me concerns the way I sleep and the falling-asleep and waking-up processes, and I wonder if..

Seminal Retention and Higher Consciousness - The Sexology of Kundalini b...
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Higher consciousness and sexual sublimation (diverting sexual energy to the brain) are inextricably linked in most of the world's meditation

Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time by JJ Semple
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Often described as a clinical study of Kundalini, as told by Henry Miller, as lived by Holden Caulfield, Deciphering the Golden Flower One S

The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death
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Want to live a longer, healthier life? This book proposes specific exercises on the subject, instructing readers in the backward-flowing met

Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time
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Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time is an interpretive companion piece to The Secret of the Golden Flower. For the first time

The Biology of Consciousness: Case Studies in Kundalini
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Kundalini is a biological actuality, a primordial energy in every human being that is capable of modifying DNA in a single lifetime. It’s tr

Life, Love, Sex and Kundalini
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We have two guests today – Mikaya Heart and JJ Semple – as well as some suggestions of books for holiday giving. Mikaya Heart is a shamanic

a review of Wake up Running
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Ever thought about a career that would allow you to work, travel, and live overseas? A new adventure everyday? David Egee's book, Wake Up Ru