Despite the ease and comfort of modern life compared with previous ages, our social and spiritual evolution suffers from a growing restlessness and alienation. We crave simplicity. We seek satisfaction and turn to yoga, meditation, self development literature or whatever the latest fad in town is.
In this highly engaging discourse, spiritual teacher Swami Swaroopananda, a disciple of the two foremost Vedantic masters of our times, Swami Chinmayananda and Swami Tejomayananda, discusses how urging to meditation entails adopting not just specific techniques or mantras, but a more fundamental and far-reaching perspective rooted in our mindset and lifestyle.
The author teases out our misconceptions and supplies easy-to-remember, practical tips in regard to this timeless art. Ultimately, the reader realizes that simplicity in meditation is not only possible but also most profitable, if only our hearts would bear witness to it.