Undoing Yourself With Energized Meditation and Other Devices by Christopher Hyatt. written by Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D. introduction by Dr. Israel Regardie. Undoing. Yourself. With Energized Meditation and Other Devices. By. Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D. Introductions by. Robert Anton Wilson. &. Israel Regardie. if you believe in a psychosomatic connection or have an interest in the Reichian therapy, i think you would get a lot out of this book. the.

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Just ordered it from Amazon, always interested in more exercises of this type, wish we would have discussed this in your thread haha!

Undoing Yourself With Energized Meditation & Other Devices

Go read a book about Buddhism instead. Apr 11, Andy Raptis rated it it was amazing. Hyatt offers exercises to undo yourself but a lot of them seem completely pointless.

Oct 29, John Deacon added it. I don’t doubt that Jack believed it, but it is incorrect, nonetheless.

Quite esoteric but in no way a fantasy. Review the FAQ before posting. He uses self-contradiction as a tool of education as I attempt to explain with some shameless self-promotion here. If you are mentally chriztopher, or capable of adapting yourself quickly, you will be able to advance your psyche and unvoing on self and the world.

Several oriental philosophies from Hinduism, Buddhism and Zen are used to demonstrate the process of knowing oneself. Feb 16, Amit Srivastava rated it it was amazing.


As for the meditation techniques themselves and whatnot- They’re pretty good. Now put it to practice.

To view it, click here. Around Hyatt got in contact with Jack whose therapy practice was not doing well and tried once again to work with him. I’ve only done still meditation for years and I’m enjoying Hyatt’s slap-in-the-face style of writing, so I’ll get into the energized thing more prepared, hopefully. Refresh and try again.

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Yeah, I’m drawn to reading those two ‘Lies’ and ‘Psychopath’ first, before going into the energized meditation. I used them for a period of time and found them quite useful. If your post is legitimate, please message the mods. Undoing oneself involves a little more than reducing tensio I have to say I’m slightly torn between liking and disliking the medihation.

Perhaps over time they will shine. And they are worth it, provided you actually do them.

Undoing Yourself: With Energized Meditation and Other Devices by Christopher S. Hyatt

True, though many blatant contradictions lead me to believe that Hyatt intended the book to have a more interesting subtle meaning. That book might be like grenade or a gun Really, you could get any book on kundalini yoga meditation, and if you actually did them they’d Interesting read, bordering on corny.

Check your Magus-itis at the door. Jack even moved to Arizona for a while. Why did he decide to fill it with awful illustrations and mediocre words?

Undoing oneself involves a little more than reducing tension and meditating on a mantra. I don’t feel it reads very smooth. Recommended if your into this sort of thing. Bigotry, racism, homophobia, and all threats physical or other will not be tolerated. Scraps of useful thought here and there. I understand “stuff” as unresolved emotional issues dwelling inside, which might come up strong sometimes, causing depression, anxiety I posted one of the topics you’re thinking of, but I’ve also seen it mentioned several times since then and I had never even heard of it until recently.


The couple times I’ve tried them so far have not been very inspiring. For many years Hyatt and Jack had virtually no contact…though from time to time we would “check in on him” without his knowing.

Feb 11, Joshua rated it it was amazing Shelves: The exercises are almost identical but there are more of them and he spends time actually discussing the exercises instead of ranting for pages about topics that are completely irrelevant to the practice itself.

I’m still not sure I’m a big fan of Hyatt’s writing style.

I read it up to the first exercise. Specific questions are always welcome, but any post relating to these topics will be removed.

It doesn’t quite work.

As a single system it falls short, but as a springboard to new and more cohesive combinations of practice it is completely unmatched.

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