“The Heartfullness Way – Kamlesh D. Patel.”

đź“šTitle – The Heartfullness Way.

đź“šAuthors – Kamlesh. D. Patel & Joshua Pollock.

đź“šGenre – Self Help/ Spiritual.

đź“šPublisher – Westland Books.

đź“šPages – 195.

đź“šBlurb as on Goodreads – Heartfulness is an ideal, a spiritual way of living by and from the heart that is inclusive of all ideologies, beliefs, and religions. In this heart-centered book, a student in conversation with his teacher, Kamlesh D. Patel—affectionately known as Daaji, the fourth and current spiritual guide of the decades-old Heartfulness tradition—present a unique method of meditation with the power to facilitate an immediate, tangible spiritual experience, irrespective of your faith.
Our modern, fast-paced world can be an overwhelming place. Every day, we’re bombarded with messages telling us that in order to be happy, fulfilled, and worthy, we must be better, do more, and accumulate as much material wealth as possible. Most of us move through our busy lives with our minds full of these ideas, multitasking as we strive to navigate the responsibilities and expectations we must meet just to make it through the day. But what if there were another way? What if, rather than letting the busyness of life overtake our minds, we learned to be heartful instead?
Based on Daaji’s own combination of approaches and practices for the modern spiritual seeker—which draws from the teachings of the Sahaj Marg, meaning “The Natural Path,” and incorporates elements of Sufism—Heartfulness is a contemporized version of the ancient Indian practice of Raja Yoga, a tradition that enables the practitioner to realize the divine self within. While many books describe refined states of consciousness and connection to a higher self, often called “enlightenment” or “nirvana,” The Heartfulness Way goes further, providing a pragmatic course to experience them, which, per the book’s guiding principle, is “better than knowledge.”
Heartfulness meditation consists of four elements—relaxation, meditation, rejuvenation, and connection—and illuminates the ancient, defining feature of yogic transmission (or pranahuti), the utilization of divine energy for spiritual growth and transformation. Using the method, detailed practices, tips, and practical philosophy offered in this book, you’ll reach new levels of attainment and learn to live a life more deeply connected to the values of the Heartfulness way—with acceptance, humility, compassion, empathy, and love

đź“šMy Review –

As an reader I have read tons of spiritual and self help books. Though I never read anything on Heartfullness ever. Hence I wanted to read it and gain a sense of insight into the unique topic – Heartfullness Way of life.

The Book consist of Three parts which are well divided into chapters that give you a clarity of the concept of – Heartfullness. I specifically enjoyed reading the Second part of the book that is dedicated to Meditation.

The book is well written specially the most important aspect of the book is the insightful conversations amongst Daaji and Joshua.

The indepth discussion on the topic of Meditation is welcoming. It was great knowing how meditation could transform your life. The Heartfullness meditation, cleansing and prayers are somewhat an New concept for me. As the Author has written about all the concepts that one needs to know about The Heartfullness meditation with multiple examples, clarifications and mostly Daaji discussions with every single question is practical and sensibly answered.

I would recommend this book to people who would love to explore the new world of The Heartfullness Meditation.

đź“šMy Rating – 3.5 out of 5.

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