Practical Meditation by B. K. Jayanti
Spiritual Yoga for the Mind

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Meditation made easy! If you have 15 minutes to spare, you have enough time to do something that’s spirit-enhancing, energy-boosting, and life-balancing: practice Raja Yoga. This accessible guide by a dynamic, world-renowned yogi explains how—leading you through the simple steps needed to begin a transformational meditation program.

Unlike most forms of yoga, Raja Yoga focuses on the mind. It helps you bring together the scattered forces of your thoughts, allowing you to let go of negativity and fear in order to create inner peace and an enhanced sense of well-being. Once you begin to absorb the teachings in this book, you will begin to think on an elevated level. The result: a more positive attitude, less stress, increased self confidence, and an overall improved quality of life.

 

 

About B. K. Jayanti

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Disregarding the constraints of social conventions including the caste system, Dadi Janki became one of the few active women spiritual leaders just following India's independence, traveling throughout India, teaching self-reliance and empowering women to become leaders in their communities. Her concern for the well-being of others has always been a driving force in her life. Much of her youth was spent in serving the sick by comforting them with religious stories and humble prayers. Indeed, her own life has been filled with illness, which tested and helped her to develop her own ability to conquer physical infirmity through greater spiritual awareness. Dadi Janki is the co-administrative head of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University. The university's purpose is to help people explore their highest level of personal integrity and the attributes of leadership. This unique method of education in human moral and spiritual values was initiated in 1936 and is currently offered in over 72 countries.
 
Published June 2, 2009 by Sterling Ethos. 112 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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