“There is no doubt in my mind, when I read ‘Thoughts for the Adept’ by Yogi Ashwini, that it draws its inspiration directly from Mother India and Her eternal source of knowledge. The chapter dealing with Gurus, for instance, a concept which is difficult to understand for westerns, used to what we call ignorantly ‘free will’, is very enlightening, for it tells us in simple and clear concepts why having a Guru is the easiest way to reach knowledge for us mortal beings. It also delves deeply in concepts of ancient India, which have been forgotten, such as asuric vritti, for there is no doubt we live in a time where the asuric forces dominate the world and have taken hold in India- at least for the time.
It is my earnest wish that this book does well, so that it enriches the lives of many Indians who have been cut from their own ancient knowledge by the westernized education that is now unfortunately imparted here”.
About the Author
Yogi Ashwini is adept in the ancient sciences of Yog, Tantra, Spiritual Healing, Mantra Chanting, Science of Havans, Past-life Visitation, Vedic Martial Arts and the Art of Mace. He speaks many languages fluently, and is widely travelled. With an Honours degree in Economics, a Master’s in Management and a successful business, he is the author of many global best-esllers on ancient vedic sciences, and an eminent writer for leading newspapers, journals and magazines internationally. He is an acclaimed speaker having been invited to prestigious forums such as Oxford University, UK and Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and popular talk shows to share his thoughts and opinions on the sciences of nature and being. He is