In Part 1 of this book, Swami Rama explains in detail the role of meditation as "an essential method for attaining peace and harmony both within and without." He also offers insight into meditative aspects of the Sikh tradition.
In Part 2 of the book, Swami Rama offers an English translation of Japji, a sacred prayer chant of the Sikhs. His translation clearly and eloquently conveys the steps of spiritual advancement in the Sikh tradition as expounded by Guru Nanak Dev.
About the Author:
Swami Rama founded the Himalayan International Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy, the Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust in India, and many centers throughout the world. A student of both Himalayan cave monasteries and European universities, he founded the Himalayan Institute to create a bridge between the ancient teachings of the East and modern scientific approaches of the West.