Think for a moment and consider what would your greatest achievement be. No matter what your greatest achievement is (e.g., raising a child, telling your mom that you love her, sailing the world), your greatest achievement will always be bliss. If you pursue bliss, you will achieve your greatest achievement.
Realizing Bliss is a guide to the meaning of life. It will enlighten you to release your full potential so you achieve everything you wish to achieve. Moreover, once you have achieved everything you wish to achieve, your life will be an endless celebration. Realizing Bliss is the source of wisdom many people have been looking for their entire life. Realizing Bliss is based on Jnana yoga, which is the path of wisdom or the path of knowledge. It is also known as the path for the intellectual. Unlike many other paths of yoga that incorporate postures, Jnana yoga has little to do with postures. Jnana yoga has a simple approach--realize that you are blissful and use the wisdom from the other paths of yoga for enlightenment.
This ethereal approach has finally been simplified in the book, Realizing Bliss. On the surface, this seems like an approach based on faith, but Jnana yoga is based on fact. Jnana yoga is the Western approach to yoga and Realizing Bliss is the Western guide.
Think of the realization of bliss as the summit of a mountain. There are a few paths that lead to the summit. Some paths are easier than others and all of them allow you to deviate from the path to some degree. Your first goal in achieving the summit (or to realizing bliss) is to find a trailhead.
Congratulations. You have found one of the trailheads to the realization of bliss.
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Book Description Marc Bubel, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. first soft cover edition edition. 71 pages. 8.70x6.70x0.20 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0779500075
Book Description Marc Bubel, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0779500075