"Any library strong in consciousness research will find this packed with extensive coverage of actions that create or open blocks."
“A remarkable book that could not be more timely. The exercises the authors prescribe for InnerTuning are based on the paradigm that the basic stuff of the universe is sound; readers are taught how to use their reason, feelings, and intuition to attune themselves with this sound. Microchakras will arouse controversy, transform lives, and may help to heal the torn cultures of our era. Its goal is nothing less than spiritual transformation, not only of the reader but also of a species that has become increasingly endangered.”
“It is extremely rare to find a vast new body of understanding that is so respectfully and logically embedded within ancient yogic science. Microchakras expands our view of the classical chakras by describing in great detail the effects they have on each other, opening or blocking particular spiritual potential. It provides a striking insight into their relationship to sound, breath, purification, meditation, early childhood experiences, and a lot more. Whether you want to help others or yourself on the spiritual path, this monumental legacy promises greatly enhanced efficiency.”
“More than forty years ago Shyamji Bhatnagar, a then unknown meditation master, brought the concept of ‘chakra psychology’ to the West. Since that time, more than any other person, he has expanded on the understanding that the energies of our bodies are either in balance or out of balance. I have personally met more than one hundred people who have overcome deep depressions and hyperanxiety and uplifted their spirits all through Shyamji’s teachings. Microchakras rises above all the faux material on chakras and is the definitive work for those wishing to use InnerTuning to bring balance back into their body. I cannot recommend it highly enough.”
“This beautifully detailed and fascinating book describes ancient Indian yoga teachings that use subtle sound and breath to energize and purify the chakras within the chakras. The authors are to be congratulated for bringing this rare tradition of tantra and mantra yoga into Western psychology and psychophysical healing.”