In these pages Mouni Sadhu, the author of such well-known books as Samadhi 10 Concentration Contents PREFACE – page 9 PART I INTRODUCTION 1. Mouni Sadhu (17 August – 24 December ) was the nom de plume of Mieczyslaw . In his preface to Concentration Mouni Sadhu introduces the reader to the works of Yogi Ramacharaka and Yoga, stating: ‘More than half a century. Meditation Mouni Sadhu Concentration a Guide to Mental Masteryfixed – Download as Text File .txt), PDF File .pdf) or read online.
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If God is the only possible, and hence self-contained existence, embracing all and everything, penetrating the wholeness of manifestation like the ether of the ancient philosophers, then His reflections and rays must of necessity participate in Him. I would also like to quote another ‘ mantra ‘ in the sqdhu of a short prayer which is used in both Western and Eastern Christian Churches: What an example of concentration!
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One more thing to mention is composition of the exercises. In the chapter ‘A Wish Fulfilled’ of ‘In Days of Great Peace’, Mouni Sadhu looks back on his life as a young man; “Many years ago, under the sky of far-off country of Europe, in the third year of the terrible conflagration of the first World War, a young man in military uniform was sitting on the platform of a small railway station waiting for his train.
When you study Chapters XIX and XX, remember this one, so that many things appearing here may be recalled before the tribunal of your consciousness, then widened by the ssadhu of that part of the course. Moreover, the curious thoughts of those who know about your efforts will persecute you and only add to your burden of trying to destroy unwanted thoughts.
Simply, I would like to state that mind likes to vibrate, no matter whether or not these vibrations i. In other words, the student must have a definite aim, and for its attainment he must realize that the foremost condition is the ability to concentrate. There is no more birth nor death for the fully spiritualized being. Some of them may already be familiar to occultists who have long been engaged in the study of concentration.
It is the entering into a new state of consciousness about which you cannot possibly know or anticipate anything, until you achieve the two-fold realization just mentioned. If you commit something which you know-by means of cold and impartial analysis—to be unreasonable and unnecessary, then factors foreign to your true self Concentration Who is qualified to Study Concentration?
So the word ‘resurrection’ found in the following exorcism has a very deep meaning. The destructive one, is of course the latter.
Do not think of even the actual act of seeing or perceiving them, but only of that which sees all these things – that which is responsible for it all. By subduing both elements i. That which prays is not a foreign and separate entity worshipping some far-off lord of the world. In Christian mysticism, God is considered according to the dogmas, as omni- present—i.
Concentration: A Guide to Mental Mastery by Mouni Sadhu
Concemtration Sadhu is taken by the depth of Sri Ramana’s expression and begins studying his teachings and Vichara. He came to us in the midst of our twentieth-century materialism with its breath-taking discoveries and inventions. Not a strengthening, but a considerable weakening of his powers will be the ultimate ‘attainment’ in such a case. There must be an inner attraction to the art concrntration concentration and not just the expectancy of repulsive work.
For without this will-factor no study of concentration and successful achievement of the target is ever possible. Where then lies the secret, if any?
From the last chapters we will learn something of the circumstances in which 69 Concentration Different Aspects of Consciousness one can immediately get the needed abilities without passing through the normal way of evolution learning. Mouni Sadhu settled in Melbourne the remainder of his life. An example may be helpful: She literally forced me to take the book, for I was by no means eager to read it; but the last two chapters, where the author describes his visit to Maharshi, were decisive.
For example, it could be used in conjunction with No. The mind is nothing more than a collection, the sum total of thoughts.