The author Sri ‘M’ is an extraordinary individual. His uniqueness lies not only in the fact that at the young age of 19 and a half, he travelled to snow clad. Sri M (born Mumtaz Ali Khan) is a living Yogi and disciple of Sri Maheshwarnath Babaji who in In chapter 2 of his autobiography Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master, Sri M describes meeting his Guru Sri Maheshwarnath Babaji, who. An autobiographical account of a yogi and his journey towards understanding his Master and spiritual destiny, Apprenticed to a Himalayan.
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His first words to me confirmed the same. My eyes now wandered to this table 21 Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master and I saw that the key was sticking apprnticed of the lock.
Sometimes he would wake me up and teach me a few simple exercises. While it may sound imaginary to many readers, but then, there are a plenty of things that still lie beyond our understanding.
Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master : A Yogi’s Autobiography
At a signal from his Master he entered the teaching phase of his life. Retrieved from ” https: Not far from the pond was the little tiled house where the priest lived with his family. The next day he had had severe abdominal pain and on the third day was operated upon. I sat down at the back of the Samadhisomewhat shielded from the wind which had suddenly begun to blow strongly.
It was to me an average book which served only one true purpose. A sequel to Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master.
His father was now looking closely at me, his expression grim. She kept saying something unintelligible in that musical voice of hers. Of course, there was one more factor which I consider the most important. I avoided talking to my fellow passengers as much as I could. Otherwise, he was a happy-go-lucky man who never missed the latest movie, and before he took to the practice of yoga, was a heavy smoker as well.
Read it again as a diary and tried to reflect on it as a learner, researcher and enthusiast. His sharp eyes looked no less stern than a dictator. In my limited view of the world, I have seen a few people whose plain of thought is on a different dimension totally and yet to all external appearances they appear to be eccentric. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.
See all reviews. If the seeker is sincere and true in his quest for the truth or God, any religion and path will take apprentixed to your goal. Of course, the extraordinary happenings and guidance of his guru help him attain the ultimate mission. He advises to take the useful points from a book, and to leave out the rest.
Go your way and let me go my way. Reading this thrilling account automatically unleashes the hidden potential of human mind to a higher dimension. However, it is very convincingly explained and often forces one to think hard. Neel Bagh and the Satsang Train. I went near him. Ignite the spiritual spark in you. But then I was suddenly feeling very hungry, as I had not had breakfast.
I even heard that the great mahatma w This book helped me understand that spiritual growth can not be achieved overnight. I did not know then that the line between madness and religious ecstasy was 34 A God-intoxicated Sufi extremely thin.
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The boys started giggling and whispering to each other. I highly recommend it. Ramaswamy was instrumental in my meeting Gopala Saami. Only once more in my life did I have a similar experience. This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat For me the one take away is sincerity. The masher of ignorance must go before one saw Rama, the Truth. Jewel in the Lotus: I got only kanji rice himalaayan for breakfast that morning.
Every night since then, the meditation continued.
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