Keep This Quiet! IV: More Initiations

Keep This Quiet! IV: More Initiations

by Margaret A. Harrell

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Keep This Quiet! IV: More Initiations by Margaret A. Harrell

"Keep This Quiet!" IV has been called “psycho-active,” “wonderfully relaxing,” and “a blending of the whole of a human being and beyond into the cosmos . . . astounding writing.” The story begins in the 90s in Tienen, Belgium, where assorted parapsychological phenomena accompany the death of her housemate. Quickly checking in with Hunter Thompson, she winds up at Owl Farm, then returns to Belgium to experientially dive deep into the multidimensional world of visions, computer-PK (mental influence over the computer), divine guidance, Carl Jung, and quantum mechanics. Initiations include encounters with Hindu guru Dhyanyogi-ji. Many traditions join hands, on “the edge” of timeless mysteries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983704591
Publisher: Saeculum University Press
Publication date: 04/27/2016
Series: Keep This Quiet!
Pages: 426
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.87(d)

About the Author

Harrell is a three-time Fellow at MacDowell Colony for artists. After working three years at Random House in New York City, she married a Belgian poet and lived a decade in Morocco, then took a sharp turn into spiritual growth. In Zurich she studied at the C. G. Jung Institute and had a dramatic "Confrontation with the Self," or as Jung termed it, "Confrontation with the Unconscious." Her "Love in Transition" series burst at the seams to absorb the jolts in consciousness that followed. In 2001 she moved back from Belgium to the U.S. and wrote her four-volume memoir, the "Keep This Quiet!" series - which begins with her experiences with Hunter Thompson as his copy editor for "Hell's Angels" and their friendship afterwards. Her Belgian husband and the enigmatic, brilliant poet/essayist Milton Klonsky round out the trio of influences she focuses the "Keep This Quiet!" series on. Currently she also edits books, teaches meditation courses designed to enhance individual potential and self-discovery, and is a cloud photographer.

Table of Contents

Contents

Author's Note xiii
Prologue 1

PART ONE
Hunter, Kundalini, "A Road above a Road,"
In the Center of a Rampaging Archetype 15

A Peek into My Apartment 16
Woody Creek 23
San Francisco 48
Cellular Knowledge 55
Fire Side 63
Fire during Takeoff 85

PART TWO
A "Naked Child" in the 1990s, Dream of Dhyanyogi-ji,
and the Comet to Hit Jupiter 91

The 1990s 92
"The Milton Klonsky I Knew" 99
Maitri Breathwork-Magnetic Moments 109
Gnosis and Little Rock 120
Dhyanyogi-ji 138
Little Rock 153
Interstices 154
Subtle Experiences-A Magnetic Moment 157
Writings, Mysteries 165

PART THREE
Clouds, Marlowe, Wish of the Earth, Versailles 179
Akasha, Clouds 180

1996 194
Marlowe 197
Synchronicities, Visions, . . . 205
Run Out of Town, A Pink Stone 219
A Contretemps with Jesus 225

PART FOUR
Bipod Metalism, Sinca Veche Cave, RNGs, Computer PK,
A Double Initiation 233

Bipod Metalism and a Cave 234
Computer PK and the Cave 249
Marlowe Comes Back In 254
I Couldn't Be Born- 256
RNG Experiments: June 2000 259
Interstices 267
Two Broken RNGs 273

PART FIVE
A Quantum Jump-An Initiation into a Oneness
Framework, E. H. Walker and the Experience of Redness 279

Two Visitations 281
E. H. Walker 291
Dhyanyogi-ji Post-9/11 294
Back to the U.S. 297
"A fly blankly staring at a red tablecloth" 314
September 25, 2005 320
Coda: To Go Far Out 328
Today 329

Basics: Things I've Learned:
Keep This Quiet!-Workbook Preview 334

Author Exercises, Kitchen Exercises,
and a Few Sundry Others 350

Appendix 363
Acknowledgments 365
Brief List of Important Personal References 367
Notes 369
Works Cited 383
Index 294

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ReawakenYourBrilliance More than 1 year ago
Harrell weaves together an engaging story with history, Jungian analysis, scientific research, consciousness and adventure. While it is her own personal journey, the reader, at some level, also shares her path as we are all one. It was a joy for me to read about her experiences that I have been learning more about over the past few years; I appreciated her deep knowledge. This book is a lovely blend of science and spirituality and will bring new insights to many and on many levels. I appreciated that the author includes exercises at the end of the book to support others in raising their awareness.