In Days of Great Peace: The Highest Yoga As Lived
Nesma Books India, 2005 - 223 pages
This popular book, recounting the author's visit to the Ashram of Sri Ramana Maharshi in 1949,was first published in 1953.It has been out of print for many years and is now republished in a limited edition by the Asram. Through a narrative that is both simple and profound the author takes us on his journey to the quiet hermitage of the renowned sage of Arunachala in South India.Basking in the radiance of the 'Great Rishi', his mind turns inward, following the path of Self-enquiry of 'Who Am I'? He describes with perceptive insight and emotion, how in the gracious presence of the Master, thoughts are stilled and one rests calmly in the thought free, egoless state, which he calls 'samadhi'. Before his final farewell of the holy Sage, he establishes the link of love that binds him to the Guru in an embrace that leads inevitably to final emancipation. Monui Sadhu has left us a small treasure in this book. Readers will remember and cherish it through out their lives. For seekers, this book may be more than a curiosity: it may be a light kindling a responsive light in the heart and pointing the way where all darkness seemed before.
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