Electrical Christianity: A Revolutionary Guide to Jesus’ Teachings and Spiritual Enlightenment

Electrical Christianity: A Revolutionary Guide to Jesus’ Teachings and Spiritual Enlightenment, scheduled for release in April, 2013, provides clear-cut, in-depth instructions on how to directly “plug into” the Divine Being, the Holy One, and literally “pull down” His Power. Grace is not an abstract principle; it is the palpable experience of God’s Spirit-power--and anyone who religiously (or devotedly and intensely) practices the discipline of true Holy Communion presented in this book can experience the descent of Divine Power, the Holy Spirit.

The true Eucharist, the practice of Holy Communion (which in its “awakened” form implies reception of the Holy Spirit), is the very heart of real Christianity, and the foremost method for attaining salvation (spiritual en-Light-enment). Electrical Christianity not only details the radical (or gone-to-the-root) practice of Holy Communion, but also shows how it’s like an electric circuit. Ohm’s Law is the law of electricity, and Ohm’s Law is simply the Eucharist applied to spirituality. Once you use this book grasp the Eucharist-Ohms Law connection, you’ll become like Jesus: a spiritual revolutionary.

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Gianni October 15, 2015 at 9:47 am

hello Mr. Gardner
I have read some of your reviews in amazon about spirituality books, and i share many of your points. I think as well that Ramana Maharshi is the best person explaining advaita and really experienced what he was talking about. I also agree that Tolle and many other neo advaitas are nothing but speculators. With Nisargaddatta I have my doubts, although he was very talented exposing his reasoning. I stopped my search of any living guru, because most, if not all, of the persons claiming enlightment online or through books, care more about money and fame.
I have respect for you, because you are honest when you claim you havent attained Sahaja Samadhi, but have experienced limited samadhis and kundalini. This leads me to two questions:
can you eleborate more about kundalini disorder, or give me a link where it clearly explains what is this about?
How were your samadhis you experienced? Was it hundreds of times greater than any other worldly happyness?


L. Ron Gardner October 15, 2015 at 3:44 pm

Gianni, I could, and eventually will, write a book about my kundalini disorder and experiences — but that is at least a few years down the road.

I regularly experience the highest samadhis short of sahaj samadhi. These samadhis have different names in different systems. These samadhis are termed: kevala nirvikalpa samadhi, ananda samadhi, asmita samadhi, jnana samadhi, etc.

None of these samadhis are perfect, because until the Heart-knot is cut, there is a subtle tension, or holding on, in them. The bliss is not unalloyed, because the samskaras are still active, and eventually suck one out of the Samadhi and back into ordinary mundane consciousness.


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