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Living with the Himalayan Masters Paperback – February 12, 2007
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"One of the great spiritual classics of all time. An insider's view of hidden adepts who live outside time and space as we know it, yogis and yogis who can't possibly exist- but do!" -- Linda Johnsen, author of The Living Goddess: Reclaiming the Tradition of the Mother of the Universe
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I almost didn't get this book, but I am 100% glad I did. Every page has a lesson, an experience that enlightened in itself. It is so good, I cannot put it down, and I don't want it to end. It is so relevant I plan to use it as a daily reading for children when they become of age. I am grateful. Thank you.
This book is credable,thought provoking and if nothing else entertaining. Read it.
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I also bought 3 other great books by Swami Rama, I'll be soon collecting all his work.
I totally recommend this book if you're interested in spirituality, Buddhism, yoga and meditation.
The wisdom in these stories penetrates beyond the power of words. Swami Rama's relationship with his mysterious master Bengali Baba and other sages living in Himalayas who mastered the practices of yoga. The book also serve as a guide to the more esoteric and advanced practices of yoga and tantra not commonly taught or understood in the West. It definitely places importance on discovering and knowing our divine nature.
Probably one of the best books on spirituality. It is life story of the yogi, full of knowledge. You might want to read more of his books after reeding this.
Swami Rama represents lineage of Himalayan masters and their tradition is based on Patanjali sutras. For some it might be important tradition is clearly separated from any religion.