JJ Semple has worked as a film editor for NBC with TV producers Stuart Schulberg and Ted Yates, and he edited “Assassin,” an independent feature film, for Rod Bradley's Streetlight Productions.
In the 1970s and 80s he lived in France, where he directed his own training school, Arazon, a company that prepared managers for negotiation and problem solving. After attending a French business school, he established a subsidiary of UNILOG, a leading French software company, in the US. He returned to Paris to work for Apple Computer Europe, designing multimedia programs. He also taught a multimedia course at the American University in Paris. It was during this period that he began writing feature screenplays.
His screenplay, “Everyone Wants to Make Movies” (co-written with Mark Richardson) won the Telluride award in 1997, and their screenplay “Little Dan” won first place at the Telluride Independent Film Festival in 2000.
Semple's formal education includes studying English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania and George Washington University, and a master’s degree in marketing from Hauts Etudes de Commerce in Paris.
His personal education involves yogic practices and spiritual exploration, inspired by a wide variety of teachers, writers and philosophers, including Gopi Krishna, Milarepa, and Lao Tse. However, his worldly accomplishments pale beside his thirty years of investigating workable methods for activating the Kundalini~Life Force. JJ Semple is one of the foremost authorities on the practice and application of Kundalini~Life Force Science.
The two books in this series are related. You can tell by their covers; they use the same motif. Kissin' cousins? More like blood brothers, in more ways than one: They cover the twin aspects of kundalini: theory and praxis.
Since the publication of "Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time" in 2008, readers have asked for an in-depth guidebook on using "The Secret of the Golden Flower" (SGF) to awaken kundalini in a manner, and with the same results, as those described in JJ Semple's "Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time."
"The Secret of the Golden Flower: A Kundalini Meditation Method" is that sequel, a much anticipated companion guide to the SGF as well as a follow-up to his autobiographical kundalini memoir.
Since the publication of Deciphering the Golden Flower One Secret at a Time in 2008, readers have asked for an in-depth guidebook on using The Secret of the Golden Flower (SGF) to awaken kundalini. The Secret of the Golden Flower: A Kundalini Meditation Method is that book, a much anticipated companion guide and sequel to the SGF
Higher consciousness and sexual sublimation (diverting sexual energy to the brain) are inextricably linked in most of the world’s meditation methods. So where does seminal retention fit in? Seminal retention techniques can be used by male practitioners who want to continue sexual relations without the deleterious effects linked to ejaculating.
The nine case studies in this book document the different ways Kundalini is awakened and include: sexual ecstasy, meditation, drugs, emotional crises, eye-gazing, and Shaktipat. Case Studies in Kundalini ably supports the hypothesis that consciousness exists outside the body and is not extinguished at the time of death.
After suffering a childhood injury, JJ Semple finds secret meditation techniques that correct the damage done to his body. A companion piece to The Secret of the Golden Flower, this book is also a detective story. Neither Richard Wilhelm, the translator, nor Carl Gustav Jung, the famous psychologist, were able to plumb the depths of these techniques. An intriguing, original memoir.
What is The Backward-Flowing Method? The short answer is The Secret of Life and Death. The long answer is a safe, permanent way of awakening Kundalini. Once Kundalini is awakened, it uses the nervous system as a communication network, first to diagnose, and second, to flood affected areas with vital Life Force energy. Over time, the affected body area is restored to full functionality.