The Biology of Consciousness: Case Studies in Kundalini (Life Force Books, 2014) is an evidence-based examination on whether consciousness "exists" after death and, if so, the role Kundalini plays. Taking up where he left off with Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time (Life Force Books, 2007) and The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death (Life Force Books, 2008), author JJ Semple explores a daring new hypothesis: that an active Kundalini is capable of modifying an individual's DNA and then passing the beneficial mutations on to future generations. Not only are helpful mutations passed along to future generations, the individual retains these Kundalini-induced characteristics and incorporates them into his/her next worldly incarnation. Kundalini is a biological actuality, a primordial energy in every human being, capable of modifying DNA in a single lifetime.
Nevertheless, many people are confused by its real nature, so we must define it accurately, starting with what it is not. It is neither a supernatural cult, nor a religion, nor a sect. You can’t be “converted” to Kundalini any more than you can be converted to a heart attack or an orgasm, or any other biological phenomenon. That’s the nature of biological processes; they just happen, sometimes voluntarily, like an orgasm; sometimes involuntarily, like a heart attack. Kundalini can be triggered either way — voluntarily or involuntarily.
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From The Biology of Consciousness: Case Studies in Kundalini:
“As part of an Energy Continuum, our beings improve continually, spurred on by a mechanism Gopi Krishna called the ‘evolutionary impulse,’ a mechanism pushing us toward super-consciousness. It’s a cosmology that inter-relates all matter, DNA being the agent that records the specifications that determine the form, shape, characteristics, and abilities of all organisms.
Don’t let the term “mutation” scare you. We’re not talking about science fiction, mutants, or cyborgs. Mutations are the currency of evolution. They are harmless, helpful, or sometimes hurtful. Kundalini, activated in a permanent, safe, voluntary, repeatable fashion, modifies DNA in many ways.
The case studies at the heart of The Biology of Consciousness: Case Studies in Kundalini explore this process — its cosmology, the forces that guide it, the role of human biology in consciousness.
A primordial energy in all human beings, Kundalini is trans-national, trans-cultural, and, most important trans-denominational. All of which speaks to a unified cosmology of life. That we are really intertwined in so many ways, in spite of the self-imposed barriers we erect to separate us from each other and from the super-consciousness that permeates all of existence.
If individuals are to achieve self-actualization during a single lifetime, Kundalini will be the gating agent for this evolutionary leap. Whether it’s practicing ancient methods of meditation or newly developed methods, Kundalini is the trigger. Meditation may provide the shortest path, but there are other means of achieving the same results, including cases where individuals do absolutely nothing, but are still visited by a spontaneous Kundalini awakening. The one element all these experiences share across the board is a change in metabolism through a biological process known as sexual sublimation even though, in some instances, the individuals neither
detect nor feel any sexual activity. Some way or other, the subject’s metabolism produces a distilled form of sexual energy that gets released into the brain, activating Kundalini, which immediately restores health, stimulates creative abilities, alters negative behavior patterns, retards the aging process, and expands consciousness. Of course, the effects are more beneficial when Kundalini is induced through a meditation program such as GFM.
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