A Star Studded Book Reading of Yogi Ashwini’s much acclaimed book Thoughts For The Adept-1
Aloknanda Roy, Nilanjana Chakroborty, Richa Sharma and other luminaries grace the occassion
Kolkata, September 4th, 2014: The who’s who of Kolkata’s arts and literary elite made their presence felt at a book reading from Yogi Ashwini’s much acclaimed spiritual and philosophical treatise, THOUGHTS FOR THE ADEPT -1, comprisingof sermons of Yogi Ashwini, released in the year of his entering vanprastha ashram. Among those who read passages from the book were Aloknanada Roy, eminent classical dancer, Nilanjana Charoborty renowned tarot card reader and jewellery designer and Richa Sharma, former Mrs. World.
The sermons provide a deep insight into the realm of spirituality and critically examine rare sadhnas like Pradakshina and simplify the yogic concepts of Guru, Kundalini, TattvaGyan, etc. An essence of the teachings of Yogi Ashwini over the last twenty years, the main thought of these sermons is directed towards Shiv Sadhna. According to Yogi Ashwini, “Creation consists of many aspects, some are perceivable by the five senses and for some, higher senses are required which require opening of the third eye. Today’s men being ruled by desire have little inclination to go beyond the realm of five senses and their objects. Through these sermons I have tried to expand the realm of desires of people so that the quest to access the final frontier sets in and the journey of the spirit takes a new dimension.
I have picked up concepts and critically discussed the cause and effect of higher senses and what lies beyond the realm of five senses. The book is for the people who have a little background of yog and for those who want to know beyond the realm of five senses.”
This book has received worldwide critical acclaim since its launch, as evidenced the many stellar reviews it has received from stalwarts representing different fields. According to Dr. David Frawley (PanditVamadevaShastri)
François Gautier, Editor in Chief, La Revue de l’IndeCorrespondent, South Asia ValeursActuelles says about the book, “There is no doubt in my mind, when I read “Thoughts for the Adept” by Yogi Ashwini, that it draws its inspiration directly from Mother India and Her eternal source of Knowledge. The chapter dealing with Gurus, for instance, a concept which is difficult to understand for westerners, used to what we call ignorantly ‘free will’, is very enlightening, for it tells us in simple and clear concepts why having a Guru is the easiest way to reach Knowledge for us mortal beings. It also delves deeply in concepts of ancient India, which have been forgotten, such as asuricvritti, for there is no doubt we live in a time where the asuric forces dominate the world and have taken hold in India – at least for the time
It is my earnest wish that this book does well, so that it enriches the lives of many Indians who have been cut from their own ancient Knowledge by the westernized education that is now unfortunately imparted here.”
About Yogi Ashwini
Yogi Ashwini is an authority on the ancient sciences of Yog, Tantra, Spiritual Healing, Mantra Chanting, Science of Havans, Past-Life Visitation, Vedic Martial Arts and the Art of Mace. He is widely travelled and speaks many languages. Apart from possessing an Honours degree in Economics, and a Masters in Management and helming a successful business, he is the author of many global best-sellers on ancient vedic science. He is also a much respected writer for leading newspapers, journals and magazines-Indian and international. He is an acclaimed speaker having been invited to prestigious forums such as Oxford University, UK and Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and popular talk shows to share his thoughts and opinions on the sciences of nature and being. He is also the honorary editor of the monthly spiritual magazine The Inner World and the Guiding Light of Dhyan Foundation. Other books by him include, SanatanKriya:
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