Title:Meditation as a Way of Life: Philosophy and Practice, Rooted in the Teachings of Paramahansa Yoganada
Author:Alan L Pritz
Publisher:New Age Books
Edition:First Indian Edition
Remarks:B&W Illustrations, Appendix, Notes and Index.
Size:140 x 215 mm
The unfolding of every life is mysterious and often whimsical. Mine is no different. It has been a curious, often humorous, journey involving the study and application of spirituality within the context of a healing, teaching, writing, consulting, coaching, and inter-faith ministerial career. This book is an informal sequel to the author's earlier Pocket Guide to Meditation, renders which his acquired knowledge in a down-to-earth way to help people create a lifestyle grounded in spiritual disciplines and a meditative practice that is effective regardless of religious affiliation and is applicable to all faiths. The methods involved and the principles governing them are presented through the lens of my perspective, which is based on teachings of the modern spiritual master Paramahansa Yogananda that truth is universal and that one's relationship with God is enhanced through scientific meditation. Anyone, anywhere, can benefit by this content, confident that it is not based on belief or opinion, but on time-tested spiritual tenets.
"One of the best Meditation Guides in Years."