The Siddhini of Khajuraho (Paperback)

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Ancient manuscripts hidden in a temple.

An amazing young woman in modern India.

A discovery that will change what we thought we knew about meditation forever.

A group of seers in ancient India gathers to develop new, simpler meditation practices. However, if they're to succeed in developing the new - and they must, for they're not doing it for themselves, but for the seekers far in the future, to help developing the spiritual heart - they will have to find a way to let go of the old.

Old methods. Old techniques. Everything they've been using so far.

And the only one who can guide them is the Siddhini of Khajuraho.

Shanti Sharma lives in modern India, but her soul is connected to the ancient Siddhini, and she has a destiny to fulfill: she's the one who can find the ancient manuscripts hidden in the temple city of Khajuraho.

As it turns out, finding the manuscripts is just the beginning of her journey. Shanti must read them, and experiment with the meditations, and learn, so that her journal can guide us, and connect us all across time as the spiritual community we're meant to be.

Join Shanti on her journey, and you will find the meditations you're familiar with - as well as those you have yet to experiment with.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781735280455
ISBN-10: 1735280453
Publisher: Garden of Joy Publishing LLC
Publication Date: May 30th, 2021
Pages: 190
Language: English



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