Blinded By the Light – Part Three

“The angels are lost in perpetual contemplation of an infinite glory.”

~ From Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl

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When light suddenly shines in a dark room, we experience temporary blindness until our eyes adjust and we can then see what’s been hidden from us.

A persistent problem encountered by those on the spiritual path is disillusionment. The intention and hope to “make progress” can be interrupted by an increase of negative experience. Why does this happen and what can we do about it?

Some wise soul once advised: “If you’re going through hell… keep on going!” Absolutely. So, if we do find ourselves stalled or falling or back sliding, or however we might describe a departure from the expectation of increasing light and awakening, this could be the best strategy. Just keep on going.

This is the instruction offered to pilots who get lost. The worst thing they could do would be to change course, guessing which way to go. As flight instructor manuals say, don’t change course! Instead, check your elevation. We might give ourselves the same tip. How high are we? This is especially important when we encounter mountain sized challenges.

In his classic book, Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl wrote about his experiences surviving a prisoner of war camp. He reports an experience of being marched with many others through an icy night, prodded by rifles to keep shuffling along through the bitter cold. “Occasionally I looked at the sky, where the stars were fading and the pink light of the morning was beginning to spread behind a dark bank of clouds.” 1

He looked up. He elevated his view. And, thinking about his wife, he realized that “love is the ultimate and the highest goal to which man can aspire…The salvation of man is through love and in love. I understood how a man who has nothing left in this world still may know bliss, be it only for a brief moment, in the contemplation of his beloved. In a position of utter desolation, when man cannot express himself in positive action, when his only achievement may consist in enduring his sufferings in the right way—an honorable way—in such a position man can, through loving contemplation of the image he carries of his beloved, achieve fulfillment.”

What is your image of the beloved that you cherish? You may have a spouse or some other partner who represents this for you. But this is a representation of the Beloved, with a capital B, and that connection is available to all of us regardless of our human relationships.

As the opening quote affirms, “The angels are lost in perpetual contemplation of an infinite glory.” If it’s good enough for angels perhaps it’s worth trying ourselves! What is that infinite glory? It’s an experience that defies further description but it’s obviously available because this author and many, many other individuals have reported their factual experience. They looked up.

If darkness descends for a moment, does this automatically mean we have fallen off the path of increasing self-awareness? Perhaps what’s really happened is that we have expanded our awareness of darkness! Doesn’t it make sense to keep going then? And, to light our way, why not deepen our experience of the source of light and love in all human experience? What helps us do that is to witness the blissful experience of others and learn from their example.

Teresa of Ávila wrote, “May today there be peace within. May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be. May you not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith. May you use those gifts that you have received, and pass on the love that has been given to you. May you be content knowing you are a child of God. Let this presence settle into your bones, and allow your soul the freedom to sing, dance, praise and love. It is there for each and every one of us.”

Appreciating her words of wisdom, we can acknowledge the blessing conveyed by those who are traveling the path this way. They welcome us on and we can do the same for anyone who grow weary along the way and needs the reminder to look up. The stars are shining. The universe is in order. And… we belong.


Lie detector

Blinded By the Light – Part Two

“To find out if she really loved me, I hooked her up to a lie detector.
And just as I suspected, my machine was broken.”

~ Dark Jar Tin Zoo

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Denial seems hardwired into humanity, especially relative to whatever we desperately don’t wish to see and know.

A question that challenges the status quo and can expand our holistic awareness is, “If I wasn’t already doing this, would I choose to?” We can apply this to any area of our lives. “If I wasn’t working in this job today, would I choose to? If I wasn’t married to my partner, would I propose to him or her today? If I didn’t live in this house, town, country, would I choose to?”

It can be decidedly disruptive to ask this question, answer it honesty, then consider the implications with a second question: “What am I going to do about this?”

If we discover compromise and realize we’re living a lie, what then? Taking action is challenging, even when there’s an urgent need. In fact, as the saying goes, we tend to prefer the devil we know to devil we don’t know. In other words, whatever is going on may be bad but if I change things it could get even worse.

This belief stands in contrast to research that demonstrates how action of any kind seems to have a built-in value. In one famous study, lighting was increased in the production area of a manufacturing plant. Employees reported appreciation for this improvement. In another location, lighting was softened, with the same results – employees registered their approval. The lighting wasn’t the point; it was the evidence that management cared about workers.

Comfort Zone

We could translate this personally, in order to relax our anxiety about taking action. Obviously, we’ll do our best to determine how to proceed when we become aware of needed change, but it may not be as important to hit the bullseye as to just do something, to break inertia, and to demonstrate that we care … about ourselves!

Procrastination is common in the personal development field where scores of individuals live with self-judgment, wishing they were doing more/less/different than they are but remaining paralyzed to actually make any sort of change. “I know I should meditate but I just can’t find the time,” is a common sentiment. Words are interesting. In this phrase, it sounds like time is elusive and capable of hiding from us. “I can’t find the time” suggests that time got lost somewhere and, regardless of my best efforts, it remains inaccessible.’

A more honest admission would be, “I have the idea of meditating but at the moment there are other things more important to me… so I do them instead of meditating.” What’s instructive and liberating about this kind of honesty is that once we face facts we achieve clarity and are immediately in a better position to either affirm our choice – to own it fully – or to make a new choice.

Any one of us who undertakes this kind of self-examination soon discovers that we are neurotic. A neurotic is defined as being “in a negative or anxious emotional state.” That pretty much covers every one of us, at times. Why? Because we are all connected and are affecting each other’s state of being, via the field of human consciousness that we share. Of course, there’s more influencing us in that field than we can ever become consciously aware of.

Blinded by the light

Swiss psychologist Carl Jung coined the term, “collective unconscious” which he wrote, “comprises in itself the psychic life of our ancestors, right back to the earliest beginnings.” 1 In other words, our “free will” is compromised by influences stretching throughout time. We may think our choices are entirely our own but all of us are driven, to some degree, by forces that must forever remain unknown to us.

Acknowledging anxiety, a state that humans in general share and have shared throughout time, we might also consider contentment and note that whatever feeling we are having personally is being broadcast and shared. Returning to the idea of meditation, then, this means that any of us who do prioritize this ancient practice have the opportunity to influence consciousness. The meditative state improves our ability to think clearly, so there’s a personal benefit. But it also extends an influence to others.

All the more reason to do it, which we will, the moment it becomes our natural choice. In the meantime, what if we were to accept ourselves just as we are, right where we are, and learn to take ourselves and our spiritual questing less seriously? As the saying goes, angels know how to fly because they take themselves so lightly!

And, as Gordon Allport wrote in The Individual and His Religion, “The neurotic who learns to laugh at himself may be on the way to self-management, perhaps to cure.” 2

2. Gordon W. Allport, from The Individual and His Religion


Blinded By the Light – Part One

“There are none so blind as those who will not see.”

~ John Heywood

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Brain blindness is a term used to describe our inability to see the obvious, because we don’t believe it’s there.

“I’ll believe it when I see it” is a phrase we’ve probably heard, perhaps even spoken ourselves. It’s fundamentally false. In fact, behavioral research and leading edge brain science proves the opposite, namely, “I’ll see it when I believe it.”

In a famous 1999 Harvard experiment, subjects were shown a video of students playing basketball. Half wore black shirts, half wore white. The instructions were simple: count how many passes the white players make. At the end of the brief video the answer was given: 15. Then, this question was posed: “But, did you see the gorilla?”

When the subjects watched again, they were astounded to see another student in a full gorilla suit walk on screen and beat its chest. None of them had seen that! Why not? Because they weren’t looking for a gorilla, they were counting passes. If you want to try this yourself, visit the link below.1 Of course, now that you know there’s a gorilla you will see it. Suggestion: play this for a friend without the spoiler.

In her book, Willful Blindness, Why We Ignore the Obvious at Our Peril, Margaret Heffernan writes, “We see what we expect to see, what we’re looking for.” 2 She goes on to chronicle the bizarre story of Dr. Alice Stewart at Oxford in the 1940’s who exhaustively researched the connection between X-rays administered to pregnant women and incidents of leukemia in children born to these women.


“Stewart checked her results over and over again and she asked colleagues to check them before she published them. When her article, “Preliminary Communication: Malignant Diseases in Childhood and Diagnostic Irradiation In-Utero appeared in the Lancet in 1956, it caused a stir. The Nobel Prize was mentioned.” 3

And what was the medical reaction to this stunning revelation? Dr. Stewart said, “We reckoned that a child a week was dying from this practice. We thought that doctors would stop X-raying …” The author reports: “To the contrary, doctors carried on X-raying pregnant mothers for the next twenty-five years. Not until 1980 did major American medical organizations finally recommend that the practice be abandoned.”

Heffernan wrote about the pride doctors felt in their expensive new X-ray equipment and how deeply they believed in its efficacy. They believed they were helping these women so they couldn’t see that they were killing their children. Their brain blindness continued for 25 years, resulting in the premature death of who knows how many children.

So, what are we missing? In terms of our spiritual explorations, what might be something obvious that we’re failing to see, simply because we don’t believe it? How about the truth of who we are?


Millions and millions of sincere “seekers” search for truth, longing for a deeper experience of union with the Divine. What if the same brain blindness is interfering with our ability to see, and to experience that state right now?

It was 1971 when Ram Dass wrote Be Here Now. That’s 47 years ago. What if he meant it? What if that three-word instruction is all we need? Of course, we know that hasn’t been enough. Something has obscured the profound truth, which has been staring us in the face all that time… and it’s not reserved for this one book. Thousands upon thousands of texts have re-worked the same principle. Scores of spiritual teachers have given millions of addresses, saying basically the same thing. So, what’s blinding us from seeing the obvious?

We’re looking for something else. We’re counting the passes that players in white make… we don’t expect a gorilla and so we don’t see one. Well, if we want to learn from this experiment, perhaps we could identify our gorilla – what we are not looking for – and open our minds to see what we’ve been blind to seeing.

What we are not looking for is staring us in the face… staring back at us from the mirror each morning. Here we are, every day, every moment, and here remains the invitation, which has never changed: be here now!

2. from Willful Blindness, Why We Ignore the Obvious at Our Peril, Margaret Heffernan


What is Truth? – Part 4

“Believe those who are seeking the truth.
Doubt those who find it.”

~ Andre Gide

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There’s a reason our pioneering ancestors were called settlers. They settled for what they found. Should we ever stop searching?

Every seeker, whether their desired goal is spiritual enlightenment, success, or happiness, assumes there’s a destination and longs to reach it. But the wise person continues their search, always moving the final goal posts beyond where they’ve reached, so there is always more.

In his classic, The Journey to the East, Hermann Hesse wrote, “For our goal was not only the East, or rather the East was not only a country and something geographical, but it was the home and youth of the soul, it was everywhere and nowhere, it was the union of all times.”

We may agree and glibly say, “It’s the journey, not the destination,” but that’s a bromide, not an actual value for most people; the destination looms important. Goal-orientation is a symptom of a deeper issue, our anxiety about the unknown. In fact, much of civilized life seems to be devoted to turning unknown into known. We light the night to escape our fear of darkness; we spurn the vicissitudes of sun and wind in favor of splitting atoms to generate our power. (Don’t worry about seasons, just flip a switch). And many mothers can remember the assault of marketing around baby formula, insisting it was better for infants. Why? Because nutrients could be measured. Known vs unknown.

In her book, The Journey of Not Knowing, Julie Benezet writes, “The unknown shows up in many ways that we might not recognize. Not knowing is that empty space where the answer is not immediately in front of you. It is the pause in the conversation that you cannot immediately fill with anything that feels like a real answer. It is a moment where you are not sure where to go next. It is a yawning cavern of silence where all you might hear is self-doubt or skepticism. It is a sleepless night where you can only imagine bad outcomes.” 1

The unknown is also the domain of spirit, because our minds are incapable of defining, understanding, and controlling the intelligence of the cosmos. And regardless of how clever we become in dissecting reality to determine how it works, we will never be able to fully comprehend that which made us. This doesn’t mean we will stop trying, nor that we should. But it could humble us and assure us that there is nothing wrong with being on the road to find out.

Mountains dusk

Our search for Truth will go on forever, just like the road that Bilbo Baggins sang about when he first left the Shire in Lord of the Rings:

The Road goes ever on and on,
Down from the door where it began.
Now far ahead the Road has gone,
And I must follow, if I can,
Pursuing it with eager feet,
Until it joins some larger way
Where many paths and errands meet.
And whither then? I cannot say. 2


There’s peace in the realization that we will reach many destinations, way stations along the way, but that we will continue “ever on and on.” As T.S. Eliot wrote, “We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring, will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”

The truth we seek is and always will be familiar, because what we actually long for is a deeper experience of Self. Not “self,” that body-centered personality with hopes for something better, but Self, the universal truth of who we are and have always been in oneness. This is the experience that we were born with and, before we die – perhaps not until our final moments – we will experience again, not as a discovery but a reunion. Then we will finally know that the truth we have been seeking is the truth of who we are and will always be, in the eternity of unfolding life, forever questing for something unknown.

1. From The Journey of Not Knowing, by Julie Benezet
2. From Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien

The Holographic Rainbow … Part 5 ─ Throat Chakra Vortex

“Everything in the universe is in vibration.” 1 … “it is now well accepted that we live in an invisible ocean of energy suffusing space…” 2

Eileen Day McKusick


In this discussion of the fifth chakra vortex, we have progressed from the open heart and fully entered the realm of subtle dimensions (introduced earlier in this blog).

Another way of describing the human subtle energy field is this:  “…our biofield—which extends approximately five feet to both sides of the body and three feet above the head and below the feet and is shaped like a torus — containing the record of all of our memories, embedded as energy and information… This makes the living matrix appear as a complex information processing system analogous to modern computer chips, only vastly more complex.”










Our torus bio-field energizes our central channel of subtle communication called “the shushumna” in the Vedic tradition, aligned with the physical spine. The chakras are in this alignment with the lower three chakra vortexes sometimes called the Primary Trinity (because of their density). The heart chakra is in the middle as the gateway to the subtle dimensions.

Master Charles teaches that, “we as individuals and the collective humanity… and all the collective experience of the whole of humanity … are generating this matrix.  It looks very real. It looks solid, dense, and it is fixed in dense cellular memory. Thus, certain consensus illusions are perpetuated by dense-dimensional focus. However, it yields in subtle, universal dimensional focus. Why is it not true in the denser dimensions of the Primary Trinity? Because if you remain in the denser dimensions, where that information is fixed and it is unconscious habit, you are not even aware that you are creating it. It is just repetition of information.” 4

And once you have evolved toward opening of the heart chakra, you have released much of the unconscious thoughts, beliefs, and habits that have held you so strongly in the first three chakra vortexes. You have become aware of your co-creation of your reality and you have glimpsed the truth of the interactive matrices and the greater reality of one source consciousness.

Master Charles also teaches that human beings are information processing units. This is why we stress wakefulness, so that we can create and maintain balance with every tool at our disposal. The resonant, coherent rhythm can be regained with opening the heart chakra which is at the earliest beginnings of the harmonic subtle dimensions.

 The throat chakra works on a principle of resonance… Resonance is something you feel in your body,  something that deepens the field of communication and allows your entire being to vibrate with wholeness. 5

Anodea Judith


In “Wheels of Life”, Anodea Judith correlates the throat chakra to sound:  “…Sound is a rhythmic pulsing of waveforms that can be harmonious or dissonant.” 6   “ … sound is the gross representation of an invisible field of vibrations, and operates in a similar way to subtle vibrations.  To enter the fifth chakra is to tune our consciousness into the subtle vibrational field that is all around us…  All vibrations are characterized by rhythm, a repeated, regular pattern of movement through time and space. These rhythmical patterns are deeply ingrained functions of our consciousness.” 7

Most chakra authors correlate “sound” with the throat chakra and this delineation is an excellent one.


Over the millennia, the foremost technique for balance and wholeness has been meditation. Although effective, it has been long overdue for an update, which is what was created by Master Charles Cannon in 1984 ─ technological meditation. High-Tech Meditation® provides a unique way to achieve balance, wholeness and fulfillment in a fast-paced Western lifestyle.  Designed to be practiced on a daily basis, it utilizes Synchronicity Sonic technology to give individuals the opportunity to enjoy a precision meditation experience every time they meditate.  It utilizes comprehensive brain-wave entrainment technology combined with the energy frequencies of sacred geometry.

And there is another key reason why Synchronicity’s High-Tech Meditation is so effective. The creator is a master spiritual teacher, a monk who spent many years in an ancient Eastern contemplative tradition learning to access the deeper frequencies of enlightening awareness. As he mastered the process, he found a way for others to have similar results that were much easier and required much less time than the traditional methods he had to follow. He offers technology to the general public in Alpha and Theta, but reserves the deeply impactful Delta frequencies for serious meditators who commit to daily practice (by enrolling in The Recognitions Program). With skilled facilitators assisting practitioners around the globe, they experience accelerated evolution through the efficiency provided by constancy of powerful entraining frequencies on a regular basis.

A recent book on sound by Eileen Day McKusick explains subtleties of the resonance and entrainment process which can be applied to the efficacy of the Synchronicity technology: “… there are specific resonance windows at which biological effects tend to take place preferentially … a tiny signal at just the right frequency is capable of triggering cell membrane proteins to create an amplified response.” 8

Originating technological meditation is an example of enlightened creativity, available to a master spiritual teacher who is constant in decelerated, enlightening frequencies and thus able to “communicate without words”. Such is the hallmark of a fully-opened throat chakra vortex providing greater “downloads” when combined with fully open 6th and 7th chakras. The more these subtle energy vortexes are open, the more access to universal consciousness there is, and master spiritual teachers are said to be like “empty bamboos” in this regard. This access also explains the great amplitude of their bio-signature frequency which entrains everyone around them, pulling them into deeper states of awareness through a tuning-fork effect.


 At the heart of each of us, whatever our imperfections, there exists a silent pulse of perfect rhythm, a complex of wave forms and resonances, which is absolutely individual and unique and yet which connects us to  everything in the universe.” 9

Anodea Judith

The throat chakra vortex, being just above the heart chakra, brings that energy upward into the subtle dimensions of universal consciousness.  Carla Rueckhart explains: “That is what the blue ray [throat chakra] is all about: communicating from the heart. An open heart springboards us into open communication … In blue ray, we are speaking from that broader standpoint which we have reached by integrating all of our emotions into our heart and by understanding and forgiving them in ourselves. This viewpoint enables us to understand and forgive the same energies in other people. Our attention and communication then become gifts of love.” 10


Anodea Judith further describes the fifth chakra as: “the seat of communication through sound and vibration …  the realm of consciousness that controls, creates, transmits, and receives communication, both within ourselves and between each other … communication is the coordinating principle of all life. It is the means whereby consciousness extends itself from … one place to another…  Communication is the process of transmitting and receiving information through symbols.” 11

“Communication can be seen as a symbolic system that mediates between the abstract and manifested idea. It formulates our thoughts into controlled physical vibrations, which in turn can create manifestations on the physical plane. … this chakra occupies a crucial place in the gateway between mind and body. It is not a central place of balance like the heart; rather it mirrors the transformative properties of fire – a medium in the transition from one dimension to another.” 12

Thus, communication can more than just words and information. Many layers (dimensions) exist within the verbal, non-verbal, and visual transmission of frequencies. If “communication” is without the awareness provided by the heart vortex, then it is from the Primary Trinity and thus it is just unconscious, habitual repetition of information. But, with heart awareness, there’s access to subtle dimensions and awareness of co-creative holographic mirrors that reflect truth, love, and wholeness much more powerful than words. Welcome to the subtle world of universal consciousness.


Throat chakra imbalance is defined as: “excess and deficiency by the quality of the voice, the ease of communication, and the flow of creativity.”  Excessive characteristics include: talking too much or inappropriately; gossiping; stuttering; difficulty being silent; excessive loudness; inability to contain (keep confidences, etc.). Deficient characteristics can be: difficulty putting things in words; fear of speaking; speaking with small, weak voice; secretiveness; excessive shyness; tone deafness.13


No discussion of the throat chakra vortex would be complete without the ancient practice of mantra repetition.

“Sound, as a vibration and a force inherent in all things, has a purifying nature.” 14

Anodea Judith

Repeating mantras is a good focusing tool and the rhythm entrains us. There are many books and resources on the bija (seed) mantras for each chakra vortex, which can be used with focus on the approximate physical location of the subtle chakra. This can be effective. But even more effective are Synchronicity alpha brainwave soundtracks which include basic mantras used in various religious traditions throughout the world. A favorite among yoga teachers is, “Om, The Reverberation of Source.”  The combination of mantra and technology excels in effectiveness of deceleration into meditative states. And a focus on any individual chakra (while listening to the soundtracks with headphones) can also increase effectiveness.


“Listening is a central part of the skill of blue-ray communication. .. The simple courtesy of listening carefully to what people say to us is a wonderful help in achieving the feeling of safety and clarity in communication that distinguishes blue-ray speech. The central requirement for being a skillful listener is for us to be in our open hearts.” 15

This statement by Carla Rueckert elaborates on the feeling of wholeness we get when we communicate from oneness. We usually “listen” to others and simultaneously think about our response and often miss the truthful subtle-dimensional communication.  This is a good reminder to slow down, be present and tap into universal consciousness for more truthful and fulfilling “communication.”


In “Living the Law of One 101: The Choice”, Carla Rueckart writes: “We have had a lot of training during our childhood on how we ought to feel and what we should think…  At first, such guidelines and learned responses are helpful to a growing personality. After a while, however, they can constitute a prison. … We all have our favorite stories. We often tell them over and over.”16 

Master Charles Cannon, in his programs and retreats, has described how we continuously tweak our favorite stories over time. If we notice ourselves doing this, we can also notice that everyone else is doing it too and thus be more wakeful (and more discerning) when hearing another’s  “stories”.

The Synchronicity Socratic Process of Inquiry has been created by Master Charles Cannon as a method for recognizing and disempowering the illusory “stories” in our lives. As he often says, “events happen and then there are the stories we tell about those events.” This explains how our stories – whether they are accurate recollections of something that happened in fact or not – are turned into illusions by our minds. The resulting reality is not real; it is virtual. Using the Socratic Process to dismantle our illusory stories (and the virtual reality they have fabricated) begins to create a truthful reality instead.

To help clear the fifth throat chakra vortex, it is helpful to ask the questions below and then do the Synchronicity Socratic Process on them … revealing their illusory beginnings and habitual maintenance. Once this awareness dawns, we see that we have co-created the movies of our lives, with all their harmony and conflict. This can leave us awestruck in the presence of one source consciousness. At that point, all that’s left is to ask: “What remains in the stillness of a mind?”

Fifth Chakra Contemplations

For your contemplation (not analysis). What’s the difference you might wonder? You can read the previous blog to this one which highlights this quote from Master Charles Cannon:  “Transformation is through awareness, not analysis.” Instead of using the mind for comparison, contemplation is using the heart to feel the presence and the frequencies of the question. With the heart involved, subtle-dimensional awareness awakes and provides spontaneous and sometimes awesome “information” …

What is your primary belief about …

… your right and ability to speak up?

… your ability to express yourself clearly?

… why you talk too much or too little?

… why you speak too loudly or too softly?

… whether you are a good listener and why?

… why you can’t be silent more often?

… why you gossip about other people?

… your secretiveness preventing clear communication?

… why your heart sometimes seems to get stuck in your throat?

… why you judge yourself for what you say to others?

… why your speech feels incongruent with who you feel you are?



  1. McKusick, Eileen Day. Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy, Inner Traditions/Bear & Company, 2014. (Kindle Locations 236).
  2. Ibid., 172
  3. Ibid., 329-331
  4. Master Charles Cannon, presentations and programs.
  5. Judith, Anodea. Chakra Balancing, Workbook (Sounds True, 2003) p.58
  6. Ibid., p.53
  7. Judith, Anodea. Wheels of Life: A User’s Guide to the Chakra System, Llewellyn Publications; 1st edition (December 8, 2012) (Kindle Locations 2094 -2127).
  8. McKusick, Eileen Day, Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy Inner Traditions/Bear & Company 2014. (Kindle Locations 240-243).
  9. Judith, Anodea. Wheels of Life: A User’s Guide to the Chakra System Llewellyn Publications; 1st edition (December 8, 2012) (Kindle Locations 2145-2147).
  10. Rueckert, Carla. Living the Law of One 101: The Choice, L/L Research 2013. (Kindle Location 3837-3901).
  11. Judith, Anodea. Wheels of Life: A User’s Guide to the Chakra System Llewellyn Publications; 1st edition (December 8, 2012) (Kindle Locations 2038-2046).
  12. Ibid. 2066-2070
  13. Judith, Anodea. Chakra Balancing, Workbook (Sounds True, 2003) p. 55
  14. Judith, Anodea. Wheels of Life: A User’s Guide to the Chakra System, Llewellyn Publications; 1st edition (December 8, 2012) (Kindle Location 277).
  15. Rueckert, Carla. Living the Law of One 101: The Choice (Kindle Locations 4011-13). L/L Research 2013.
  16. Ibid., 3925-3930