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Bonnie Greenwell, Ph.D., is a transpersonal therapist and author of Energies of Transformation: A Guide to the Kundalini Process, a guide for experiencers and therapists based on her dissertation research. Over the past fifteen years she has lectured , trained therapists, and consulted with hundreds of individuals who have experienced spiritual emergence phenomena. She has training in Ashtanga and Kundalini Yoga, acupressure, and breathwork. She is a founder of the Kundalini Research Network. To learn more about Bonnie's therapy and consulting services, programs for people in Kundalini process, and book, go to her website at Kundaliniguide.com.

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This book helps people understand and integrate the life-transforming experience of kundalini awakening. It has been published in five languages. It describes seven categories of phenomena related to kundalini, provides Eastern and Western perspectives on the experience, includes 23 case histories, and gives practical guidance for people with active kundalini. The author has a doctorate in transpersonal psychology and certifications in Ashtanga and Kundalini Tantra Yoga. She is an adjunct faculty member at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and a founder and executive officer of the Kundalini Research Network.



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