Natus Books is dedicated to the writings from the Himalayan Wisdom Tradition. This school, which resembles aspects of Buddhist, Shaivite and Hindu teachings (though seemingly predating them all), compasses an affiliated group of sadhus and ascetic trainees living in the Himalayan mountains. According to Yogmata-Ji, one of two of its lineage holders sanctioned to transmit their practice to the world, “In order to know the truth and meet God, they follow rules called the Dhamma and practice ascetic habits and rituals called tapas. Among them, those who reach true samadhi are called Siddha masters or great Himalayan masters.”
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With meticulous attention and humor, she catalogs our human foibles in search of a happiness that, when the mind is clear, is revealed to be right here and now....
With meticulous attention and humor, she catalogs our human foibles in search of a happiness that, when the mind is clear, is revealed to be right here and now. Intermingled with a telling of her own miraculous journey of discovery and eventual self-realization, Yogmata-Ji explains the forms of mental entrapment by which humanity dreams away life. While clearly articulating the tenets of her own Himalayan Wisdom practice, she explains: "real yoga"; how the traditions of Jesus Christ and Buddha are synonymous with her own; the nature of true religion; what happens in the afterlife; and the wondrous efficacy of prayer. Written in a colloquial, down-to-earth, empathic style, this book is a must-read for all seeker of the truth.
The Siddha master Yogmata-Ji teaches us that through the practices of the Himalayan Wisdom Tradition we may not just attain true and lasting happiness and success in this life but ultimately dissolve into the very heart of love....
The Siddha master Yogmata-Ji teaches us that through the practices of the Himalayan Wisdom Tradition we may not just attain true and lasting happiness and success in this life but ultimately dissolve into the very heart of love. She carries us through her own journey to realization by way of the eight stages of Samadhi (“ultimate consciousness”), evolved over five-thousand years of experimentation. These meditation forms are designed to remove all existential weights and, integrating with the wave pattern of creation, allow us to become as radiant as the sun—the Anugraha ("divine grace"). In this illustrated, practical introduction and guide to our true nature, Yogmata-Ji addresses, among other eternal human questions, how our minds work, our individual and collective purpose on Earth, and the origin of suffering. Written in a clear, down-to-earth, and inspiring style, this book illuminates the nature of our primordial wisdom and is essential reading for all who seek its manifestation.