Rejuvenation is a huge topic. The problem is not that there aren't ways to rejuvenateour bodyminds, but that one can get lost in the maze of the multifarious approaches.This little book (107 pages including the Appendix) details the original, powerfully rejuvenative Tibetan Rites as described by Peter Kelder in the 1946 edition of Eye of Revelation. The book was significantly altered, and not necessarily for the better, in subsequent editions by Harbor Press and others. We owe a debt of gratitude to the e..
I have been doing these tibetan rites on and off for the last 17 years- as we journey through this life there are many things we seek. If you seek the path of rejuvenation-- this book will give you the vessel that you seek in so many different ways. Your mind and your spirit will grow as you cultivate these rites and pass them on to others. We will be doing our brothers and sister a favour in creating a meaningful life one that has little dis-ease but a very, very full life.With these rites you will be ..
Having read 'Ancient Secrets,' as well as the 1939 text of 'Eye of Revelation' this book comes as a welcome addition to my library. The original illustrations are present, and there is additional text describing the rites. There is also an additional chapter not in the 1939 text or in the 'Ancient Secrets' reprint. I am thrilled, and have already modified my performance of the second rite to conform to the description covered in this book. The conjectures by the author on Kelder and Colonel Bradford are..