|No of pages||272|
|Book Publisher||Jaico Publishing House|
|Published Date||28 Sep 2008|
Author : Sadhguru5 Books
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev is an Indian yogi and mystic.He is the founder of Isha Foundation which administers yoga centers around the world, including India and the United States. Jagadish Vasudev was born in Mysore, Karnataka. At the age of twenty-five he had a spiritual experience, and subsequently established Isha Foundation, a non-religious, not-for-profit organization.
The Isha Yoga Center near Coimbatore was founded in 1992, and hosts a series of programs intended to heighten self-awareness through the practice of yoga. He was a delegate to the United Nations Millennium World Peace Summit - and a participant at the World Economic Forum in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.Vasudev built the Dhyanalinga yogic temple in 1999.
He also heads the Project Greenhands initiative to plant 114 million saplings to increase the existing tree cover of Tamil Nadu. The project entered the Guinness Book of World Records for planting the maximum number of tree saplings on a single day. Vasudev was a participant in the 2006 documentary film ONE: The Movie.
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This is a book for the thirsty and emphatically not a book for the faint-hearted. In a series of far-reaching exploratory conversations, Sad guru -a living master and mystic of our times -touches on every conceivable question that a seeker might nurse about the realm of the mystical. Questions about enlightenment, liberation, death, God and the afterlife. Also those niggling but ostensibly trifling questions that so many wonder about, but are hesitant to ask: about spirits, disembodied beings, black magic, possession and the occult and in a riveting culmination to the book, Sad guru unfolds the story of his life mission, a saga of extraordinary commitment and courage that spans three lifetimes.
The result is the Dhyanalinga, the dream of countless yogis down the centuries: a unique energy form which sows the seed of liberation in all who visit it. This is a book to treasure. It offers an unprecedented glimpse into the world of a contemporary mystic, a prodigious living archive of knowledge. In the course of his discussions, Sad guru probes the farthest realms of illogic and yet his unfailingly rational and matter-of-fact tone lends credibility to the more fantastic aspects of the content.