Meditation Masters

The cover for Patrick Zeis' book 'Meditation Masters: Spiritual Wisdom From Our Greatest Teachers' is shown. This picture is featured in Balanced Achievement's article looking at the launch of their new Etsy shop.

Within his most recently published book, Meditation Masters: Spiritual Wisdom From Our Greatest Teachers, Balanced Achievement’s primary contributor Patrick Zeis explores the life stories, meditative techniques and spiritual teachings of five iconic Buddhist and Hindu meditation masters:

 

An image shows the 5 iconic meditators featured in Meditation Masters: Spiritual Wisdom From Our Greatest Teachers. They are His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Paramahansa Yogananda, S.N. Goenka, Ramana Maharshi, and Thich Nhat Hanh.

Readers will additionally find information about the benefits of meditation, practical tips for starting their own practice and numerous images that bring these iconic figures to life throughout the 100+ pages of Meditation Masters. Here’s a short excerpt from the book’s chapter on the immortalized Hindu sage Ramana Maharshi:

 

"While many of India’s greatest seers have expounded spiritual wisdom with a charisma presence and inspirational eloquence, the iconic sage Ramana Maharshi more so lived his life in accordance with the axiom that tells us actions speak louder than words. Despite the fact that he rarely wrote or publicly spoke, the Saint of Arunachala attracted masses of devotees with an unshakable commitment to God and the practice of meditation. This apparent difference between Maharshi, who was given the name Venkataraman Iyer at birth, and some of Hinduism’s other immortalized figures, however, isn’t to say that his life wasn’t infused with a sense of the divine mysticism that the world’s oldest religion is known for. In fact, just as in the case of Paramahansa Yogananda, Ramana Maharshi emanated an unusual spiritual radiance at a young age."

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