Every Jiva is in essence the Paramatma; each individual self is God. But this identity is veiled by Maya, Avidya-Ignorance, and the being appears to be separate from God. The process by which this sense of separative is enliminated and the Jivatma regains his oneness with the Paramatma is Yoga.
The science of yoga includes many disciplines of power and realisation. Of these, none is perhaps more famous than the Kundalini Yoga introduces us to the idea that through various psycho-physical disciplines, we can actually begin to experience the inner truths of our being and life, and achieve realisation and oneness. The opportunity for growth, however, is guarded by numerous dangers, as we unlock the sacred mysteries of our life and its powers. It is therefore important to have a guide someone who can aid us in the search and warn us to the dangers.
The book, though brief in its compass, elucidates the main lines of the practice and the experience and helps to prepare us for the inner efforts which will aid us in achieving our long-sought goal of oneness and mastery in life.
About the Author(s)
M.P. PANDIT is the author of more than 100 books on yoga and spirituality.
He is a world-recognised authority on yoga and an authoritative exponent of
Sri Aurobindo's yoga as well as the classical teachings of the Gita,
Upanishads, Veda and the Tantra.