About the Book :
This book is meant for the 21st century practitioners of Raj Yoga. It can be used as a road map to a particular path and, the choice of a particular vehicle- method to practice with. It is the summation of their studies across four decades. The quest was to arrive at transformation of mind. It describes how consciousness-> mind-> brain and body are an integral whole. Even for the skeptics of esoteric practices, it provides a resolution to the dilemma as to how to integrate science and spirituality.
Well established neuroscience of molecular biology and gene expression studies in practitioners of meditation are described. The expanding exploration of the frontiers of consciousness as a quantum physical phenomenon can be glimpsed through the book. For those with utility and bent of mind, the book is a useful handbook to find and navigate with a method that will lead to happiness. It surely will yield dividends in promotion of better health.
About Author :
Bhaskar Vyas are medical specialists in the fields of Plastic Surgery and Obstetrics and Gyna ecology respectively. Their interest in consciousness studies brought them in contact with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Tibetan situation twenty years ago. They have been studying the Tibet Question ever since and have written on the topic often. Their academic scientific background has provided them with incisive insight in the complex political situation and yet, they derive spiritual visions from their humanistic learning to believe in value of values. They are teaching psychology at M.S. University, Baroda. Their earlier publications include Surgery Today, Sex Education, Towards Holistic Health, Changing Course of Brahmaputra; Dalai Lama The Change Initiator, A Philosophers Journey; Times and Values of Rohit Mehta, The Collision of Cultures, Space-Time-Consciousness: The Fifth Dimension, and The Indian Book of Clinical Hypnosis. Their present interest is to find scientific validation for mind-body connection.
Rajni Vyas (1937) have distinguished themselves in their respective professions as plastic surgeon and obstetrician-gynecologist respectively. When they had initial exposure to hypnosis in 1976 from H. Jana, Modi and Athawale, they were excited to find some common ground between meditation and hypnosis. They explored it further to learn hypnotherapy as a discipline from.