Concentration. Mouni Sadhu. 3. PREFACE. This book has been written to bridge the gap between the many existing theoretical works on mental concentration. Mouni Sadhu (17 August – 24 December ) was the nom de plume of Mieczyslaw . In his preface to Concentration Mouni Sadhu introduces the reader to the works of Yogi Ramacharaka and Yoga, stating: ‘More than half a century. 1 Apr What are your experiences? – Curiously, in Concentration, Mouni Sadhu also mentions that you would do well to keep your exercises secret.
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Konrad rated it it was ok Mar 12, Mouni Sadhu — Exercises in Concentration. For example, he says in Samadhi: To specify, because I am not cocentration very clear, there is a distinct difference between stating what your goals are in a matter of fact way and speaking of them in a delusional or day-dream manner.
Totem rated it did not like it Apr 26, This is all I wanted to share with you for now. He had spent the years since earnestly pursuing the quest of the Self Overself as taught by the Maharshi.
What that means is you should take what you read with a grain of salt and always be sceptical of what you read, even of statistics which are very easily misrepresented and of scientific studies these can also be easily misrepresented, the more you know about the study the more you can apply your own logic and validate.
Concentration: A Guide to Mental Mastery
In a letter to Thomas Merton inhumbly requesting him as a spiritual brother, to consider writing a Foreword to a planned book of his to be published as Contemplation: Oliver rated it did not like it Jul 30, The word mouni means silent and sadhu refers to a wandering holy man. Steeped in the Hermetic schools which abounded at the turn of the 19th century, then embracing the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi and Vichara yet never forgetting his Catholic faith Mouni Sadhu successfully advances our mental synthesis and leads us to the door of True Self.
The terms esoteric and arcane have very similar meanings, and the three terms are interchangeable’. Books by Mouni Sadhu. It literally got to a point where I was shaking with anger how ironic, right?
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This is a quick-start guide to using the Records. Here’s the secret to finally creating to-do lists that work! K rated it it was amazing Apr 30, This book speaks about the ultimate aim, the achievement of Superconsciousness-Samadhi, and the way to it” . But of course, the more attention you pay to the exercises, the better your results.
This book will test your will power but what you gain is worth the work you put in to it. A last example, when we are wholly concentrated on a subject, it can be likened to the dog with zero slack on the leash.
Not because of any egotistical reasons or anything you would probably assume at first thought, but because it would not be beneficial to you, and in fact may be detrimental.
I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Yuri Rocha rated it liked it Jul 04, It helps re-reading some sections once in a while. Yes, this would seem logically to be true, but in my experience, not speaking of my goals always concentragion up being helpful. Read more Read less.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Where I am heading with this, concentratiion giving you a bit of insight on what I read is how it applies to my last two weeks. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Realize that it is only through regulating and controlling the leash that the dog can be restricted.
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So obviously it would be a cycle of failure mounl by frustration getting me nowhere. But for firm discrimination, even a brief rule will suffice: When you think you’ve performed exercises adequately, you haven’t. The best exponents, apart from a few dissentients, fix attention first and foremost on the moral purification of man and his religious, devotional sense.