The Sanskrit word “Guru” means teacher or guide. To the Pandavas, “Guru” meant a man by the name of Dronacharya. To Eklavya, “Guru” meant a clay statue. Yet both of these are examples of a Guru-Disciple relationship. There are many applications of the concept of Guru. Guru Sutra explains the relationship between the Shishya (the Disciple) and a SiddhGuru (the Spiritual teacher). How can you identify the Guru in your life? And how can you as a disciple maximize the learning from your Guru? Find all the answers in the Guru Sutra.
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The author is a teacher of spiritualism, who started of 35 years ago as a student of a powerful Guru – someone who had tapped into the unlimited potential of his spirit mind, who could travel out-of-body at will, heal people, read thoughts, predict future events and communicate with spirits. The books chronicle the author’s personal journey of spiritual evolution and are full of real-life experiences and mystical insights. Living like a guy next door, deeply immersed in his duties as a businessman and householder, via his books the author leads us to accepting that spiritual progress is achievable by every common person. His books are like a Do-it-Yourself (DIY) guide to unleashing your own spiritual powers.
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The relationship between a Guru and a Disciple, amazing.
The relationship between a Guru and a Disciple. I was looking for a book like this since ages. How to find a true Sidh Guru. Truely an amazing book with so much Gyan or knowledge. I would love to meet Hingori ji? How important a guru is in your life. Amazing & a must Read.