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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The couple times I’ve tried them so far have not been very inspiring. How much more “stuff” than numerous high dose psychedelic experiences?

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There’s a bit of controversy surrounding the book, since supposedly another author wrote a large part of the exercises and was only given partial credit. It is not hiding anywhere. I play on keeping this book around until I’ve worked my way completely through it.

But Jack could be as rigid, blind and irrational as anyone I’ve ever known and that hurt his relationships with many people…including Hyatt and me. Jan 06, Mett rated it it energiezd amazing. The author shares a way of energizsd that we in the west have become blind to.

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Several months later I decided to buy my own copy and actually do the work. In the mid to late s Hyatt and Jack attempted to work together with an eye toward writing several books, including one about the techniques they had learned from Regardie.


Hey, what do you mean by “stuff”?

If this were the case, there would have been a few more success stories from Osho and this kind of meditative work than happened. And they are worth it, christophrr you actually do them. Feb 27, Andrew rated it it was ok Shelves: I loved this quote from this book, “You must give up the thing most precious to you.

Thanks for suggesting that other book instead. As time went on, the differences in their personalities and ways of thinking made it clear to Hyatt, at least that working together was impossible.

Ejergized doesn’t quite work. Look at the topic I posted linked in my other reply in this thread if you want an example of the kind of “stuff” that can come up. Not for everyone but a serious look into breaking down some belief systems and activating the emotional memory stored in the body – not for the feint of heart – I advise personal reflection and journaling to process.

This book contains Very Useful Exercises. Fantastic experience and must be read for several times. Magicians, mystics, bibliophiles, occult scientists, esotericists, philologists, etymologists, critical syncretists, mythologists, gnostics, open-minded skeptics, and anyone interested in the open-minded, critical pursuit of illumination and the exploration of esoteric mysteries are welcome.

Yoyrself your topic was a great read! If you feel the need for a bit more stimulation undoig your meditating, they are worth checking out. After reading the preface I knew I had struck gold. I’d like to know your opinions about it amzn. Paperbackpages. I’d recommend to take the time to dwell into the original, which is much more cautious, and infinitely more interesting and documented.


Hyatt is funny, sarcastic, mean, lighthearted, serious, inviting and knowledgeable all in a way that makes you feel like you enrrgized hanging out with your genius hippy uncle.

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

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

Within these pages you will find innumerable practical techniques to transform your life, served up with a large dose of humour and the stick of the Zen Roshi. Seems to borrow influence from both eastern and western sources. Far from practical, the book feels like a prank that the author takes very seriously. A nifty collection of techniques designed to bring to meitation the traumas of life and destroy self concepts the ego might indentify with. And if anyone manages to actually kill their own ego, let me know and then let me in on your secret!