About the Book
Coming in the wake of his earlier books. Yoga-The Art of Integration and The
Nameless Experience which dwelt on the philosophy and psychology of Meditation,
this work treats the subject from a purely practical standpoint. The theme of
Meditation is discussed in terms of the three main constituents, namely, the
Brain, the Habit mechanism and the Mind. The revitalization, the modification
and the transformation of the triad respectively would usher in the wholeness of
spiritual life. In passing, the book discusses the way of spontaneous awakening
of Kundalini, the biological energy the human body contains, which no longer,
the author avers, requires any Hatha Yoga practice or the guidance of an expert.
It is sincerely hoped that a practical treatment of the subject of meditation
will help man to lead a healthy and creative life amidst his baffling
About the Author
Rohit Mehta was born in 1908 and was educated at Bombay, Surat and Ahmedabad.
He was jailed five times by the British Government for anti-Government
activities. Mehta was founder of the Congress Socialist group in 1934, which
later on became the Socialism, he was deeply dissatisfied with the philosophy of
socialism. This led him to become an active worker in the Theosophical Society.
He became an International Secretary of the Society when Dr. G.S. Arundale was
the President. He became also the General Secretary of the Society for India,
and functioned as such for 16 years.
Mehta has also been a member of the U.P. Universities Commission. He has
traveled widely in almost all parts of the world as a lecturer speaking on
Religion, Philosophy, Yoga, Psychology, Education, etc.
Preface 1. The Tyranny of the Opposites 2. The Uncovered Interval 3. The
Triple Transformation 4. The Rickety Bridge 5. Awareness without Attention 6.
The Release of Energy 7. The Festive Occasion 8. The Negative and the Positive
9. Order and Space 10. Near and Yet Far 11. Thinking without a Thought 12. The
Road Bifurcates 13. The Detailed Blue-print 14. The Over-flow of Nature 15. The
Watcher, but not the Watchman16. The Mysterious Event Selected Bibliography
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