Swami Rama one of the most advanced yoga masters to visit the West teaches us how to slip beyond the mental turbulence of our ordinary thought processes into an infinite reservoir of consciousness through this practical guide to inner life. This process can draw guidance, creative power, joy, and tranquility.
The techniques presented here have been used by the sages of India from time immemorial to live in harmony with the world around them, to find strength to face life’s difficulties, and to know them.
His title Meditation and Its Practice is translated to Malayalam for the readers by DC Books under the title Dhyanavum Parisheelanavum. It is translated by Viswanadh.P.
Swami Rama was an Indian yógī. Several Indian yogis have influenced Westerners, including Swami Vivekananda, Ramakrishna Paramhansa, and Paramhansa Yogananda. Swami Rama authored several books in which he describes the path he took to becoming a yogi and lays out the philosophy and benefits behind practices such as meditation. One of the common themes expressed in such books as Enlightenment Without God and Living with the Himalayan Masters is the ability of any person to achieve peace without the need for a structured religion.