Mastery Book Launch

Human life needs a myriad of things to manifest itself in its full potential. In Mastery of the True Self — The discipline of Love through Sadhana, Aradhana, and Prabhupati, you will learn how discipline can support you in your journey of self-manifestation and self-realization as a unique human being. Thus, the discipline is presented here as a tool for self-evaluation, self-acceptance, and self-projection. A tool that can produce substantial, predictable, and repeatable changes in your physiological systems and in your consciousness. Learning to view yourself under the lens of discipline helps you to unveil those things that keep you from being truly who you are and living a conscious, healthy, and happy life. 

The understanding of discipline is a prelude to exploring Sadhana, Aradhana, and Prabupati  — the three facets of the path towards your highest Self. In this study, Sadhana Singh invites us to delve deeper into the reasons why the human being, already perfect in creation, needs discipline to experience the true self and be able to live life freely, with love and happiness.

In this perspective, it’s easier to understand that we discipline ourselves to be complete, consistent, and incorruptible. We expose ourselves to constant training in order to make our expression more effective, our communication more sophisticated and to maintain the true essence of who we are blossoming. 

Lead by Sadhana Singh’s writings and experience, we come to understand that developing ourselves is a form of spiritual training that provides us with a clear and complete perception of ourselves, of our own personal circumstantial reality, and of our Infinite Reality. Mastery of the True Self: The Disciple of Love through Sadhana, Aradhana, and Prabhupati explores bit by bit the elementary parts of the gradual process of building a solid foundation for igniting our awareness and manifesting our true highest self.

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From the Author’s Preface

Discipline becomes Dharma when it is elevated above the normal sequence of action and reaction. Sometimes, in the middle of life’s difficulty and complexity, the only way to continue forward is to touch rock bottom and allow a little ego-death.  First, we explore, accept, and embrace the cause of pain and fear, and then we rise above it, more complete, undamaged, aligned, powerful, and united, experiencing the incomparable satisfaction of resurrection. Numerous situations and relationships provide opportunities to live consciously and expansively through the spirit. The mind and personality, without the guidance of the spirit and the interaction of consciousness, cannot contain the totality of the experience. They no longer are in reality and only try to control it, and in doing so lose the flow and potentiality of life. In essence, discipline is necessary to live in the spirit.

Life is the experience of the present moment, as it is happening, after having integrated the past and investing in the future. The body is the past, the mind is the present, and the spirit is the future. Discipline is the best investment for the future – it captures the richness of the past and magnifies the present. Whoever you are and whatever you want to achieve, you must do so with love, drawing on the strength, depth, and neutrality of the spirit. To climb up to the heights of the spirit, you must first descend into the depths of matter. Anyone who wants to experience heaven must first experience its opposite.

The word “discipline” comes from the Latin word discere, “to learn,” and so the word “disciple” is “the one who learns.” The term discipline emphasizes the formative, rather than the informative aspect of learning. Knowledge is important, but not as important as the process of learning. How you learn the teachings is not as important as the fruits of the experience that come from applying their discipline to your life.

Discipline is the necessary tool for re-educating those personal tendencies, in relation to ourselves or to others, that diverge from our inner nature. We discipline ourselves to be complete, consistent, and incorruptible. We expose ourselves to constant training in order to make our expression more effective and to make the system of communication between our inner nature and the reception of external stimuli more sophisticated. We discipline ourselves in order to give our intentions, words, and actions an orbit, an effect, and a definite impact, to maintain the true essence of who we are and what we want.

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Author’s mini bio

Sadhana Singh is a Kundalini Yoga Lead Trainer committed to teach and empower new teachers and future trainers in Level 1, 2, and 3 courses internationally. An inspired author, he wrote 15 books in the past three decades about the practice, discipline, and philosophy of Kundalini Yoga and its different applications in the many fields of human life. He is also a dedicated counselor for individuals and companies, addressing the Science of Mind and Humanology for creativity, excellence, leadership, and success.