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The New Mind 5 - The Sparkling Wave: Communication

The Sparkling (Sparkle) Wave comprises four parts, each presented as a separate group process. When originally introduced by Dheeraj and Kalpa in India in the 1990s, these were all done together in sequence, over the course of about a month, spending seven consecutive days on each Organ. Nowadays, for the convenience of participants these four group processes are often separated into four separate events, and instead of being spread over seven days the same process may be scheduled over a smaller number of days:

- The Spinal Base

- The Pons

- The Colon

- The Lungs

See also here for information on the accompanying 'Light' (Left Eye) version of the same four group group processes.


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