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The Himalayan Master and the Sixth Sense I Dared to Travel the Spiritual Path

Author Name: Priyabhishek Sharma | Format: Paperback | Genre : BODY, MIND & SPIRIT | Other Details
Amazon Sales Rank: Ranked #33 in Meditation

Priyabhishek Sharma’s account of his spiritual journey and the remarkable events and synchronicities therein is quite fascinating.  I have read it with much interest and pleasure.

                                                                              Dr Karan Singh, renowned scholar and former Union Minister.

Initiated by a Himalayan Yogi (ascetic) with a beej (Vedic seed) mantra (prayer or chant), two years later a university student wakes up in the night to find his mind connecting with far off people and places. Perplexed and scared, he finds not only his intuition getting stronger with every passing day but also some weird prophetic voices descending from the universe into his brain.

His life changes permanently into a ceaseless seeking of the mysteries of the mind, meditation, and monks. Many Himalayan Masters miraculously appear on the way guiding him through different stages.

Observing his own mind in regular meditation for almost two decades, he witnesses layers of his mind gradually falling apart until the day when the mind no longer remains and a new zone of deep silence dawns. This journey eventually culminates at the feet of an ageless Master.

Other books of the author:

1) 'The Alliance without Enemy: A Post Cold War History of West'
2) 'The UPSC Odyssey: Daring to Dream an IAS Officer'

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Priyabhishek Sharma

Dr. Priyabhishek Sharma is a seeker of life and has a doctorate in Political Science from Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. A practitioner of meditation for about two decades, he has dwelled with Himalayan Masters as a learner of their esoteric spiritual practices. This book has sprung out of that two-decade long association with – and above all the grace of - those Himalayan Masters. He is author of three books and runs a blog on 'Mind, Meditation and Monks' at www.yogicpriya.com.