Totality in essence
The book contains nine talks delivered by the author and one Question-Answer Session conducted by her. The contents of the book revolve round the point that life is neither individual nor collective but one indivisible whole. The writer asks us to brush aside our age-old concepts of dividing life into individual and collective, the inner and the outer, the physical and the psychological in order to escape from nervous tensions or chemical pressures that characterize the activities of Man of this age. The writer traces the cause of our misery to our ignorance of the mechanism of mind, the chemistry of thoughts and emotions and the imbalances that shatter our nervous system, and advises us for a clear understanding of our mental processes, the relaxation of the mind, the cessation of its activities the Ego or the “I’ consciousness. In this state of total relaxation a new quality of intelligence begins to function. With the mind relaxed, the aspirant rises above Ego, is freed from worldly desires and becomes established in God.
This unique contribution to yogic science constitutes remedies for our thousand ills and sufferings and will be welcomed by the reader.