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Eternal Meditation Principles

Brahm Vidyas Part 2
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Genre: Self-Improvement, Religion & Spirituality
Language: English
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Everyone knows that meditation is good for us. Every doctor, psychologists, fitness teacher and even your friends and neighbours tell you so. Maybe, you yourself are practising meditation for long.
But if someone asks you, new or old practitioners of meditation,
(a)Whether you are qualified for meditation,
(b) Which object you meditate on,
(c) What you want from your meditation
(d) How will you grade your success in achieving it,
And you feel yourself uncomfortable in replying these basic questions, this series of books “Eternal Meditation Principles: Brahm Vidyas” is for you.
Despite the increased popularity of meditation practices, the modern meditation systems primarily focussing on psychological and physical well-being are only partially successful. Moreover, very few meditation practitioners aim at attaining self-awareness or the status of super consciousness.
The Author emphasises that physical and mental health are only additional benefits, or byproducts of meditation and the aim should be much higher. For this, we need to understand the original meditation systems explained in traditional gems of books, including Patanjali Yog Sutra, Vedas, and Upanishads.
Meditation is second stage of Internal part of Yoga. It needs successful completion and control of earlier six stages. Currently, most of the Yoga gurus, in order to simplify the process, do not stress on this requirement.
While five internal parts of the Yoga (Yama, Niyama, Aasan, Pranayam and Pratihar) may be practiced outside, or among a group; there is need to perform the three internal stages of Dharana, Dhyan (Meditation) and Samadhi in a secluded place.
Result is that we get a fast food type Meditation, mostly ignoring basic stages and stopping at the Pratyahar stage providing mental calmness and health benefits.
Very few reach the Meditation stage and then goal of meditation, i.e., attaining the stage of super consciousness is forgotten.
The series of books explains the process in very simple way. narrating the 32 Brahm Vidyas, wisdom extracted from major Upanishads. We find eleven such wisdom here in first part of the book, ideal starting point for meditation.

About the Author

Kaushal Kishore, CFA, FRM
Kaushal Kishore is M.Sc. in Physics. He has worked as PO in Union Bank of India and in NABARD and retired in 2020.
He is CAIIB, CFA, FRM (from Global Association of Risk Professional) and completed Harward Manage Mentor course. He has very good experience of Rural banking, Microcredit, Supervision and Risk Management.
After his retirement, he has devoted himself to study of Indian Scriptures including Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas. He is of the view that the wisdom in these books need to utilised in modern times for the benefit of humanity and particularly Indians. As the original books are almost hidden in Sanskrit, which is not being read by masses, the wisdoms are available from secondary sources and are nor presented in a way helpful to masses.
He has authored five books including this one as per his mission of presenting valuable and useful wisdom of these granths to masses in modern languages.

Book Details

ISBN: 9789334018691
Number of Pages: 103
Dimensions: 6.00"x9.00"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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