"There are only two types of people: Mystics and mistakes," says Sadhguru. This book is an invitation to a journey -- from a life of mechanical autopilot to a life of freedom and grace. Sharp, piercing, and unsparing, what it represents is mysticism demystified. Above all, this is a book that offers signposts on a journey that can so often be a bewildering one.
Mysticism, Sadhguru tells us in the very first chapter, has nothing to do with thinking about God, yearning for salvation, or even attaining peace. Mysticism is, instead, a journey for those willing to take risks, for those willing to travel beyond the limited and unreliable matrix of logic and the five senses, for those willing to open their doors and windows and let sunlight in.
Book Review: Of Mystics and Mistakes
|Country of Origin||India|