- Pages: 208
- Genre: Non – Fiction – Meditation and Spirituality
“Holding the mind in joy, and so in quietude, stop all willing and thus win the final victory over the mind.”
That’s right; ‘mastery over the mind’ is the motto of this great piece of literature. An astounding yet simple portrayal of ‘how the mind that is nothing, but a dead matter can provoke a lot of problems and how to gain mastery over it.’ The author, Swami Chinmayananda Ji teaches us the basics and the logic behind meditation, its necessity, and the process. Also, he describes various methods through which one can incorporate meditation and its benefits in life such as Japa yoga, thought-parade and many more.
“Come to me, Mia, come.
Why are you out there alone?”
An inner voice, which we all have, lead us to different paths when encountered with an action, but do you ever think what it might lead us to? The quoted line above was the inner voice of one of the protagonist, a brilliant and troubled police investigator, ‘Mia Kruger’, which led her to a…
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