“What if the “me,” the one who is thinking,” is the one who is living across ages, life and universe? What if there is divinity within?” – Ayan in Songs of the Mist
Close all the senses
Hold your mind on untouched breath
The Monk in his wandering across Himalaya, alongwith Ashutosh, sings 9 songs, which he called the songs of the mist, to make Ashutosh see the reason of life and about the way of Yogi. In this Haiku, as advised by Krishna in Bhagwad Gita Shloka from Chapter 3, to find the peace within one has to get away from sense desires and focus on inner self. This, as the monk says, can only happen through the yogi’s breathing practice.
Seeing lot of ads by Amazon India for my book “Songs Of The Mist” in the World Class New Papers like The Guardian, The New Yorker etc. as well as in various other places like worlds best book readers community Good Reads etc, makes me wonder about the 1st April pranks…
Well April Fool or not, it brought my book “Songs of the Mist” to #746 ranking amongst millions of books on Amazon Kindle Edition and #29 rank in Self Help Section of Kindle eBook Store … So I guess “Thank You Amazon” is in order…