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The Dyadic Cyclone : The Autobiography of a Couple

By Lilly, John, Cunningham, M.D.

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Book Id: WPLBN0100303478
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Reproduction Date: 01/01/1978

Title: The Dyadic Cyclone : The Autobiography of a Couple  
Author: Lilly, John, Cunningham, M.D.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Consciousness
Collections: Biographies, Authors Community
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Publisher: Paladin
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The Dyadic Cyclone comprises the combination of two personal centres, a male and female combination - two rotating cyclones with their enclosed centres, centres which merge in such a way that there can be a rising, quiet centre shared by both.

The Dyadic cyclone is the combination of two personal centres. In this book it is a male and female combination -- two rotating cyclones with their enclosed centres, one rotating to the right and the other rotating to the left. In The Dyadic Cyclone, Toni and John ask the question 'Is it possible to merge two centres, two cyclones, one male, one female, in such a way that there can be a rising, quiet centre shared by both?' In our five years together, we have sought means to achieve this between us. This book is the story of that five years insofar as we can tell it at this time.

"In one's life there can be peculiarly appropriate chains of related events that lead to consequences that are strongly desired. After such experiences, one wonders how such a series of events developed; sometimes there is a strong feeling that some intelliĀ­gence (greater than ours) directed the course along certain lines which It/He/She was/is programming. In such a series, life beĀ­comes greater than one expected, planned/programmed/realized as possible." - p19

Table of Contents
Contents - Prologue 11 - Preface 13 - Introduction 15 - Chapter Zero: Coincidence Control Develops the Dyad 19 - Chapter One: Emersion from the Influence of an Esoteric School 26 - Chapter Two: Experiences in New York: Toni's Account of Arica Group Training 40 - Chapter Three: Origins Before This Dyad 50 - Chapter Four: Coherence in the Dyad 59 - Chapter Five: The Transpersonal Supraself and the Dyad's Own Security 69 - Chapter Six: Creativity, Physiology and Internal Science in the Dyad 78 - Chapter Seven: Bodily Limits vs. Mind Unlimited in the Dyad 83 - Chapter Eight: Illness in the Dyad 91 - Chapter Nine: Introduction to Our Teachers - John's Teachers; Toni's Teachers 96 - Chapter Ten: The Dyadic Planetside Trip: Our House and Tank Work 119 - Chapter Eleven: Toni's Inner-Outer Development Leading to a Tank Experience 125 - Chapter Twelve: States of Being and Consciousness in 'Coma' - The Quantum of Consciousness 129 - Chapter Thirteen: The Search for Reality 146 - Chapter Fourteen: Esalen Institute and the AUM Conference 159 - Chapter Fifteen: The Dolphins Revisited 174 - Chapter Sixteen: Searching for Evidence of Extraterrestrial Beings 185 - Chapter Seventeen: The Moat Effect: An Example of a Metabelief Operator 195 - Epilogue 204 - Appendix One: Exercises: Physical, Biophysical, Psycho-physical, Mental and Spiritual 205 - Appendix Two: Revised Mentations 217 - Appendix Three: 'Hallucinations Can Be Normal, Useful Phenomena' 222 - Appendix Four: The Metabelief Game: A Metabelief Operator 231 - Appendix Five: Simulations of God: A Triadic Art Theatre Piece 232 - Biographical Data 243 - Biographical Data 245 - Bibliography and Suggested Reading List 246 - Acknowledgements 249


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