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|Paperback 2018||R 224||In Stock.|
About The Book
It was an era when the wisdom of yoga had been buried under years of ritualpractices, when religion outweighed human values, when games were becomingwars and wars were being played like games. It was at such a time that, in aquaint village in south India, a small child was found in deep meditation. Hewould say, 'I have family everywhere. People are waiting for me.'
Nobody believed him then.
Time would reveal the destiny of the millions who would come to him todiscover themselves. Over the years, his sublime presence and pragmaticteachings would make the ethereal tangible, the Sudarshan Kriya a house-hold practice, and inspire people to seek a higher purpose in life. He wouldteach the values of joy, peace and love towards people and the world.
From an unassuming boy to a teenager in the company of saints, from a youngmeditation teacher to a revered spiritual Master, this book is a peek into the lifeof Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who brought about a profound shift in everysphere of human endeavour-from art to architecture, health care to rehabili-tation, inner peace to outer dynamism.
Gurudev: On the Plateau of the Peak is an attempt to fit the ocean in a teacup,offering readers a sip of infinity.
About The Author
Bhanumathi Narasimhan is the director of women welfare andchild-care programmes at The Art of Living, a not-for-profit,education-al and humanitarian NGO engaged in bringing stress relief and serviceinitiatives in 152 countries. She has deep roots in spirituality and abroad vision for service to humanity. For over three decades she has beencommitted to bringing a positive social transformation with focus oneducation, environment and women empowerment. Enabling people tohandle their negative emotions and stress with meditation and breathingtechniques, she has helped them regain their self-confidence and come tothe forefront to take responsibility for a harmonious society through service.
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