By Samprasad Vinod
Basically those that take pleasure in meditation will do it usually and event its many life-enhancing advantages, from an elevated experience of internal calm to a sense of deep pleasure in daily life. during this ebook, skilled yoga and meditation instructor Dr Samprasad Vinod makes use of his "9 secrets" method of consultant either beginners and latest meditation practitioners alike in find out how to relatively include and get the main from a gentle perform. Coming from a wealthy religious background (Dr Vinod's father was once a revered religious grasp who travelled across the world as a global Peace Ambassador), Dr Vinod has created during this e-book a piece that blends conventional Indian knowledge together with his sleek clinical wisdom as a Doctor.
This name is a vital contribution to the sector of meditation that eliminates many distortions and misconceptions concerning the realities of the perform. It is helping readers to appreciate difficulties that they might come across alongside the way in which and gives reassuring strategies for them to aim. a superb mixture of religious and useful knowledge.
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Angry speech is painful, blows for blows will touch thee. 134. If, like a shattered metal plate (gong), thou utter not, then thou hast reached Nirvana; contention is not known to thee. 135. As a cowherd with his staff drives his cows into the stable, so do Age and Death drive the life of men. 136. A fool does not know when he commits his evil deeds: but the wicked man burns by his own deeds, as if burnt by fire. 137. He who inflicts pain on innocent and harmless persons, will soon come to one of these ten states: 138.
And he who lives a hundred years, ignorant and unrestrained, a life of one day is better if a man is wise and reflecting. 112. And he who lives a hundred years, idle and weak, a life of one day is better if a man has attained firm strength. 113. And he who lives a hundred years, not seeing beginning and end, a life of one day is better if a man sees beginning and end. 114. And he who lives a hundred years, not seeing the immortal place, a life of one day is better if a man sees the immortal place.
Thou art now like a sear leaf, the messengers of death (Yama) have come near to thee; thou standest at the door of thy departure, and thou hast no provision for thy journey. 236. Make thyself an island, work hard, be wise! When thy impurities are blown away, and thou art free from guilt, thou wilt enter into the heavenly world of the elect (Ariya). 237. Thy life has come to an end, thou art come near to death (Yama), there is no resting-place for thee on the road, and thou hast no provision for thy journey.