- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 7231 KB
- Print Length: 423 pages
- Publisher: Magenta Press; 2012 Edition edition (10 November 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007F2I3F0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 642 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,622 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master (A Yogi's Autobiography) Kindle Edition
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This is an astounding book replete with miracles, meetings with masters, description of higher levels of consciousness and spiritual attainment. It is a rather strange tale.
— Dr Karan Singh, Tribune News Service
Sri M is an enlightened soul, a Guru whom I met years ago. Sri M is very accessible.... I wish he would take me as a disciple but I will have to wait for another birth when I am more evolved.
— Maneka Gandhi, Mathrubhoomi
Whether or not you are a skeptic, this beautifully produced book makes for compelling reading. And, hey, the author is around, if you want to grill him about the harder to believe elements in the book.
— The Herald of India
The autobiography deals with transformation of Mumtaz Ali Khan into Sri M as he went on acquiring profound knowledge of the Upanishads, deep personal insights and a higher level of consciousness. Descriptions on the beneficial effects of yoga, meditation and metaphysics are fascinating. Sri M is often termed as modern day Kabir Das.
— The Hindu
It is prophetic that he will use the name ‘Sri M’, which will remind him of his Babaji Maheshwarnath, who comes across as the “great master, wise, powerful and loving”. The book is, in fact, a tribute to him. For anybody who has interest in mysticism, Sufism and Vedanta, Sri M’s autobiography is, indeed, a treasure-trove.
— The Organizer
What stands out about this book is that its narrative exudes a sense of wonder, for the author often uses the word ‘strange’ to describe his experiences. Some of the instances that he recounts challenge your sense of belief and disbelief so much, that you don’t quite know what to believe. But a little deeper reading, however, renders more meaning to the narrative than is apparent at first glance. He deals easily and honestly with the mistrust between religions just as he also shows how these boundaries can melt away.
— ‘Speaking Tree’, The Times of India--This text refers to the paperback edition.
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I highly recommend the book Apprentice to a Himalayan master to be read by any spiritual seeker irrespective of the religion or sect he belongs.