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Kundalini and Qi: SUMMARY

Todd I. Stark stark at dwovax.enet.dec.com
Mon Jun 6 14:22:50 EST 1994

In article <DALTON.94May26004302 at mantle.Geop.UBC.CA>, dalton at mantle.Geop.UBC.CA (David Dalton) writes...
>This is a  summary of responses to my original query.

This resource falls more into the category of objective analysis of 
extraordinary experience.

Did anyone mention to you about psychologist Kenneth Ring's "Omega Project ?"
He used a series of questionaires to try to find common predisposing
tendencies for near death and alien abduction experiences, and common
personality changes following these experiences, and found a number of
interesting commonalities.  He also noted a number of striking similarities
with Kundalini experience, including the electrical sensitivity psi reports,
and so on, as well various common changes in attitudes and beliefs.  Sort of
an objectification and quantification of the things that most of the other 
authors previously mentioned deal with in a more experiential manner.

He published his results in several books that you can probably find in either
the psychology or "New Age" section of your local bookstore.  

							kind regards,

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