Undoing Yourself: With Energized Meditation and Other Devices

Undoing Yourself With Energized Meditation and Other Devices 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

  • Title: Undoing Yourself: With Energized Meditation and Other Devices
  • Author: Christopher S. Hyatt
  • ISBN: 9781561840571
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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.

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    About “Christopher S. Hyatt

    • Christopher S. Hyatt

      Christopher Hyatt was an American occultist, author, and founder of the Extreme Individual Institute EII.Using his birth name, Alan Ronald Miller, he has served as president of New Falcon Publications.

    176 thoughts on “Undoing Yourself: With Energized Meditation and Other Devices

    • Interesting read, bordering on corny. Still some good ideas.As many have said, the meditations alone are what you're paying for here. And they are worth it, provided you actually do them. Doing these meditations daily has been more help to me than reading any self-help book ever could be. In fact, just do the freaking meditations and quit reading self-help books! They'll make you feel better, no joke.Really, you could get any book on kundalini yoga meditation, and if you actually did them they'd [...]


    • Received this book as a gift and didn't know what to expect. After reading the preface I knew I had struck gold. My wife and I have begun doing the exercises together and our world is definitely changing. Hyatt is funny, sarcastic, mean, lighthearted, serious, inviting and knowledgeable all in a way that makes you feel like you are hanging out with your genius hippy uncle. I'll spend the rest of my life working with this one.


    • Amazing work of Dr Hyatt on self-realization. Methods of meditation, thinking and realizing are discussed in detail. Several oriental philosophies from Hinduism, Buddhism and Zen are used to demonstrate the process of knowing oneself. But there are amazingly innovative narratives to do things on meditation. If you have a test of self-help in spiritual way, it is a must read book. I loved this quote from this book, "You must give up the thing most precious to you. You must give up the thing which [...]


    • Originally I borrowed this book from a friend. I read it up to the first exercise.en never did it. Several months later I decided to buy my own copy and actually do the work. I have not made it through all the exercises given by Hyatt yet. (Though I am working on it and some of the "Other Devices" seem as though they will be quite useful too.). Like most works by Hyatt a lot of people will be put off. But, if you DO the work you WILL benefit in some way. I play on keeping this book around until [...]


    • If you meditate or enjoy entheogens, this book is for your. If you want to make sex spiritual, this book is for you. This book is not something you read, but something you do, practice, and practice again. There is no try. There is only do or not do. In this case, the doing is undoing. Contact God directly, through sex, spice up your sex life, through the Hebrew alphabet. Funny, seriously funny, and fun. Just do it.


    • I am still on the Introduction/Preface thing and I am LOVING this book. Come on, seriously, buy this book, read it, DO THE EXERCISES, and wake up with me. And if anyone manages to actually kill their own ego, let me know and then let me in on your secret!


    • I must say that the exercises are very helpful but I suspect that they're only the tip of the iceberg. This book merely serves as an introduction to the methods of Dr. Hyatt. If someone wants to acquire a higher level he ought to join the Organization.Which ain't free of course



    • It had stupendous introductions, but I didn’t have the desire yet to fully devote myself to the sillyness of the book and I want to do the actual exercises when it comes time to do them so I stopped reading. An interesting mix of absurdity and spirituality. Probably wouldn’t recommend to most; it was too out there even for me.


    • The exercises sound useful however they compose about 10% of the book. They are fairly well detailed though I feel they should be a little more so. The couple times I've tried them so far have not been very inspiring. Perhaps over time they will shine.What's the rest of the book? I don't quite know. It's a mess. Is it comedy? Philosophy? A polemic on materialism or on modern government? Self-help? Futurology? Neurology? I don't feel it reads very smooth. The author also has, what seems to me, a [...]


    • Interesting read, bordering on corny. Still some good ideas.As many have said, the meditations alone are what you're paying for here. And they are worth it, provided you actually do them. Doing these meditations daily has been more help to me than reading any self-help book ever could be. In fact, just do the freaking meditations and quit reading self-help books! They'll make you feel better, no joke.Really, you could get any book on kundalini yoga meditation, and if you actually did them they'd [...]


    • I have to say I'm slightly torn between liking and disliking the book. As for the exercises and theory that "thought equals tension", I have to agree, there's little evidence to support the idea that re-wiring (and/or enlightenment) can be done via physical tension reduction (a common body-work therapy idea). If this were the case, there would have been a few more success stories from Osho and this kind of meditative work than happened. Undoing oneself involves a little more than reducing tensio [...]


    • Half genius, half gibberish. I skipped some chapters. At the end of the book, there are chapters just there without explanation. Talk of alchemy suddenly for no reason. A comic book chunk that feels relatively pointless.Other parts of the book are intriguing. Hyatt offers exercises to undo yourself but a lot of them seem completely pointless. Far from practical, the book feels like a prank that the author takes very seriously. Is the joke on himself?Scraps of useful thought here and there. Mostl [...]


    • One of the best books on meditation, I think. Has a ton of background and little known references that are less filler and more truly insightful additions to this work.This is, IMO, the best compilation of Twentieth Century attempts to combine Eastern, Western and American techniques and practices into a cohesive whole. As a single system it falls short, but as a springboard to new and more cohesive combinations of practice it is completely unmatched.


    • The book has some meditations which are unlike any I've come across before. If you feel the need for a bit more stimulation in your meditating, they are worth checking out. However only a small amount of the book is devoted to the practices, and I didn't find the rest worthwhile reading so just skimmed to pull out all of the meditations.


    • This book contains Very Useful Exercises. The rest of the book appears to be the love child of the Holy Trinity: Roger von Oech (Whack on the Side of the Head), Ram Dass (Be Here Now), and Ashleigh Brilliant (I Have Abandoned My Search for Truth and Am Now Looking for a Good Fantasy). Meant to brake yer hed.


    • 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.


    • i can't say that i've successfully practiced the entire regiment described in this book, or that it's even useful in the way that it claims to be. but i did learn some great breathing and stretching techniques, and it was fun to read!



    • I read it in 24 hours and I think you know what does it mean. Fantastic experience and must be read for several times.


    • It works assuming you can make it over the Abyss. Where he is taking us though is another story. Approach with caution.






    • Written for the marginal members of society. On top of that, the even more marginal group that will put in actual effort/action opposed to speculation and mere armchair intellectualism.




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