What Is, As It Is: Satsangs with Prabhuji

What Is, As It Is: Satsangs with Prabhuji

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What is, as it is offers a rare opportunity to come in contact with the words of an enlightened master who does not declaim recycled knowledge but describes what he sees. According to Prabhuji, yoga is “a path that begins and ends in you, from what you think you are to what you really are.”
Prabhuji reveals his original message, Retroprogressive Yoga, which is surprising in its originality and richness. Despite its breadth, the master’s message does not lose depth. The transcribed lectures in this book invite readers to recognize their authentic nature.

About the Author

Prabhuji was born in Santiago, the capital of Chile, on March 21, 1958. He is an artist and an avadhūta mystic who suggests evaluating the problems of modern man with oldest wisdom known to humanity. A mystical experience that occurred at the age of eight transformed him into a passionate seeker of Truth that delved into a great diversity of religions. During his years of searching, he traveled to South America, North America, Europe, the Middle East, and India to visit sages, swamis, roshis, rabbis, priests, and masters of various spiritual paths. Between 1995 and 2010, he accepted a few monastic disciples who expressly requested to be initiated by him. In 2010, he took the irrevocable decision to stop accepting monastic disciples, followers, devotees, or even visitors. Since then, his main activities have been writing, painting, composing music, distributing food to people in need, and guiding a small group of disciples who asked to stay with Prabhuji, whom they consider to be their spiritual guide. For Prabhuji, meditation is not a method, a technique, or a practice, but a way of life. His message speaks of the peace, love, truth, meditation, and enlightenment that lie at the core of all religions. His teachings point to the very essence of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Jainism, Sikism, Tantra, Hasidism, Vedanta, Tao, Zen, Shamanism, and Yoga

208 pages, 5 x 0.83 x 8 inches , Hardcover

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