Aaravindha Himadra, author of Immortal Self, has been an international teacher of spiritual knowledge since 1999. He currently teaches and lectures primarily in Europe, the United States and Canada. In 2006, Aaravindha founded Sambodha, an international, non-denominational, spiritual organization dedicated to the advancement of higher spiritual education relating to the development of human consciousness and the attainment of Self Realization. Sambodha serves its vision through teaching the art of Compassion, advancing the study of Dharma-aligned spiritual knowledge, applying internal transcendental practices, teaching advanced meditation techniques, and supporting externally oriented Seva offerings.
Beyond his publically available book, Immortal Self, Aaravindha is also author of six additional books that serve as study guides in his ongoing global teacher training courses.
The air was humid and heavy; the sun was blisteringly hot. A patchwork of smoky shadows and pulsing hues created a motley background behind the sweltering horde of shoppers. Beyond a spread of green lentils, red chili peppers, and open-ended rice burlaps, past a long curtain of pink, saffron, and blue saris hanging wilted in the windless heat, where the air dulled to a muted haze, a pair of super-sized buses was unloading an energetic mob of Japanese tourists. The square’s main exit was now gridlocked with sightseers. I chose to follow the overflow streaming into the less congested parts of the square. Less than a block ahead, beyond a lengthy row of canopied stalls, a narrow alleyway crowned with a muddle of tattered electrical lines promised the nearest escape.
Simply fantastic – deep spiritual knowledge in a truly entertaining format!
In this book Aaravindha Himadra has succeeded very eloquently in presenting a profoundly transformational knowledge in a picturesque, and wonderfully readable and entertaining way. Right from the start, the reader is carried along into the amazing depths of the High Self while also physically journeying through the remote Himalayas. The ideal book for anyone who still believes in the magic of life, or who might be searching for that truth that lives far beyond the common path!