This volume of Shivom Tirth's autobiography covers the years 1961 through 1965 and gives the reader an intimate look at an enlightened teacher preparing the prize student who will take his place. Spiritual topics covered include solutions to the problems of daily life, practices that lead to realization, and such yogic experiences as time travel and out-of-body travel.
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Swami ShivomTirth was born in 1924, in a village in Punjab, with the name Om Prakash. He pursued university studies in Lahore, but was compelled by the partition of India to return to Punjab with his family. There, as a householder, he aspired to an ideal way of life, devoted to the pursuit of higher objectives. After coming to know about the spiritual attainments of Swami Vishnu Tirthji Maharaj, he sought permission to join him. He bid farewell to his family and was initiated in 1959. Swami Vishnu Tirthji arranged for his disciple to be in the company of many distinguished spiritual personalities and to visit important religious centers. After receiving initiation into the order of renunciation (Sanyas), which he took in 1965, he was given the name of Swami ShivomTirth. Swami Vishnu Tirthji afterwards authorized Swami Shivom Tirth to succeed him and propagate the system of Shaktipat for the welfare of all people. Since then, Swami ShivomTirth has traveled to many countries of the world, including the United States. His works published in English are: A Guide to Shaktipat; Rays of Ancient Wisdom; Sadhan Path, Trek of Spirituality; Shivom Vani, The Songs of Shivom, and the three-volume Churning of the Heart.
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