The author Sri ‘M’ is an extraordinary individual. His uniqueness lies not only in the fact that at the young age of 19 and a half, he travelled to snow clad. Sri M (born Mumtaz Ali Khan) is a living Yogi and disciple of Sri Maheshwarnath Babaji who in In chapter 2 of his autobiography Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master, Sri M describes meeting his Guru Sri Maheshwarnath Babaji, who. An autobiographical account of a yogi and his journey towards understanding his Master and spiritual destiny, Apprenticed to a Himalayan.

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My grandmother did not approve of what I had done, but I was let off after being given a little bit of religious advice.

I asked him if I could visit the ashram? The Cave of Vasishta. He was inebriated by the love of God and was not fully conscious of the outside world.

One day, I informed his brother- in-law who was in school with me that I would like to consult Mr. He laughed like a child and said that he was from the Ramakrishna Mission. After this incident, some people began to give her food. I spent two months in the Shivagiri Ashram during my wanderings. It was as if someone was tickling my heart with a soft feather. Audible Download Audio Books.

In Pottalputhur, I lost no time in trying to locate the Sufi group-that I had heard of. They fell at his feet and became his disciples. Clawing his way up the steep, rocky ledge, an old man of the kind rarely seen in those parts pulled himself up on to the flat rock in front of the cave.


Not Enabled Word Wise: This was a favourite haunt for me and my sister who was two and a half years younger. Wisdom of the Rishis: I forgot everything except the presence of that light which was flowing up and down between my forehead and my heart. He ordered his disciple to bring the old, clay water-pot and requested the Arab visitors to look into the water.

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We entered the Dargab. The inside of the enclosure was lit with green and blue bulbs which gave it an eerie look.

I had angered many a holy man by displaying these feats in the presence of their disciples. His emaciated dark body had layers of dirt on it. You want to see? Chock full of stories about his time in the Himalayas, easy-to-read while making his mystical experiences seem accessible to the common person. My mother also kept hens in the courtyard and it was a delight to see the mother hens walking along with their fluffy chicks dyed pink.

While it may sound imaginary to many readers, himalqyan then, there are a plenty of things that still lie beyond our understanding. Someone or something was watching over and SS ,v: A real life story of a Himalayan Yogi – conveying deeper dimensions of human consciousness and a oneness of all Godheads.


No one except me is allowed to enter, okay?

Meeting Laxman Joo and J. And then Alprenticed saw his eyes. Slowly, dawn vanquished the darkness of the night. I was hungry and had a full South Indian meal.

Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master

I highly recommend it. The girls ran away, their anklets and bangles jingling. Back in the plains, he, as instructed by his Master, lived a normal life, working for a living, fulfilling his social commitments and at the same time preparing himself to teach all that he had learnt and experienced.

I became close to him because I felt he needed protection from the bullies at school. It disappeared, and I sat up, no longer immobilised. My eyes still open, I enjoyed the joy of the violet glow. You could throw off balance and immobilize a bully double your size with the right technique. A very common sense approach to religion and helps put the horse and the cart in the right perspective.