This is a classic Sufi text first written in Persian by the renowned Prince Dara Shikoh, who was the eldest son of Shah Jahan, the famous Mogul Emperor who built the exquisite Taj Mahaj. It describes in vivid detail the erstwhile secret meditational practice of breath retention, manta repetition, and listening to a divine inner sound. First translated into English in 1912, the MSAC Philosophy Group has decided to republish this insightful work in a new, inexpensive edition.
The book now includes a short introduction by Professor David Christopher Lane, who connects the Sufi practice of listening to the sound current with other yogic systems, including shabd and nad yoga. This 17th century text should be of keen interest to those interested in meditation and in various shabd yoga groups around the world, including Radhasoami, Eckankar, Quan Yin, MSIA, MasterPath, and others.
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