Holistic Living - Revelations - for effortless samadhi
by Pallavi Bhatacharya
by yogiraj nanak
ed. dr anjula naib
There have certainly been numerous books on meditation, but this one is different. yogiraj nanak’s dehypnotic meditation introduces a unique concept of meditation. yogiraj nanak is the 14th spiritual descendent to the seat of the 16th century saint-poet baba maluk das of kara, allahabad.
he believes that all human beings live in a hypnotic trance. so overwhelmed are we with worldly possessions, past memories and preconceived notions that the truth is forever eluding us. to attain peace of mind and true awareness, we have to dehypnotise ourselves and this may only be achieved through meditation.
he feels that dehypnotic meditation helps the mind to attain a catharsis of desires and emotions, excavate one’s unlimited hidden potential, learn how to love selflessly, annihilate irrational fears and finally free oneself from the fetters of time and memory to establish a communion with the almighty.
the book points out how meditation can cure mental ailments when modern psychiatric drugs cannot. it also has colourful diagrammatic representations of the chakras, descriptions of the various types of meditation, answers to common queries about meditation and a glossary.
the book is useful for both the beginner and the advanced student in meditation. it emphasises the fact that one must free oneself from ego and impure thoughts to meditate. it describes in detail the various stages of meditation-how one can free oneself from thought and finally.
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