Download our e-book: Beginner’s guide to Heartfulness
This downloadable Heartfulness e-book explains some of the basic questions regarding the practice such as “why meditate on the heart”, “how do we deal with thoughts during meditation”, “why should we practice rejuvenation” and many more such questions. It addresses the different elements of Heartfulness practice in a question and answer format.
It also includes some reflection questions at the end of each section that you can use to ponder over and make notes in your personal diary. We hope that you will find it useful in your daily practice. We wish you a good reading.
The Heartfulness Way
As we manoeuvre the many demands of relationships, career, property, and health, we often sense a void, a feeling of alienation from our true selves. We have many centres in our lives, yet where is the true centre, the deepest centre that lies at the core of every heart?
Ensconced in India’s ageless oral tradition, Kamlesh D. Patel—widely known as Daaji, the fourth spiritual guide in the Heartfulness lineage—traces a seeker’s journey as he examines the nature of spiritual search. Through a series of illuminating conversations between a teacher and a student, Daaji reveals the core principles of the Heartfulness practice and philosophy to Joshua Pollock, a Heartfulness practitioner, and trainer.
From reflecting on the essence of prayer and yogic transmission to demystifying the act of meditation through practical tips, this book enables us to live beyond the filters of our sensory limitations and discover unity within ourselves. To practice Heartfulness is to seek the essence beyond the form, the reality behind the ritual. It is to center oneself at the core of one’s heart and find true meaning and contentment there.
What does destiny mean in the course of our lives? What is fixed and what can change? How can we design our own destiny?
These are questions that have been asked by some of the greatest philosophers since time immemorial. In this groundbreaking book, Daaji addresses these and similar questions with simple solutions and practical wisdom. He takes us on the next stage of the journey after The Heartfulness Way, guiding us to use the Heartfulness practices to refine our lifestyle and design our destiny, including our destiny in the afterlife.
He elaborates on the subject of consciousness, the role of evolution, and explains what happens to us at the time of birth and death—and how we can act in those pivotal moments when life takes a turn. Daaji inspires us to believe in ourselves, find a way forward out of any challenge, and look at even the most difficult situation as an opportunity to grow. He emphasises that with a few simple practices, a heart full of enthusiasm and an expanded consciousness, we can all discover our potential and the destiny we were born to fulfil.
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For children, there are activities and a story that will keep them guessing.
Provided below are downloadable versions of collector’s editions of Heartfulness magazines from 2016 and 2017. We hope you enjoy reading them and get inspired to subscribe to read more.
Heartfulness Magazine edition May 2020
We are currently undergoing a transformation in our lifestyle, adapting to a new way of being. Our authors share their ideas about where we are headed, and how the phoenix may rise from the ashes into a higher consciousness. In this edition, Daaji, Charles Eisenstein, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Ichak Adizes, Emma Ivaturi, Sanjay Sehgal, Mamata Venkat, Elisabeth Hower, Terran Daily and Ramya Sriram create a vision for the future, and describe the practicalities of daily life during this shift, this time when we are emerging into a new field of action
Heartfulness Magazine edition April 2020
In the April edition, we celebrate sport. We hear from the recent Alpine Ski World Cup and the Italian National Basketball Artists in NYC, we have exclusive interviews with P.V. Sindhu, the current women’s World Badminton Champion, and Michel Leclercq, the founder of the Decathlon Group. Daaji explores the science of goal-setting, and other authors share their ideas on the secret of success and how to make the most out of failure.
Heartfulness Magazine edition March 2020
There are moments in human history that define change. In this edition, we celebrate the movement towards unity and harmony. Yogrishi Ramdev celebrates unity, Daaji celebrates unity, and together they have brought their two organizations together to support and complement each other. Each of our contributors celebrates the breaking down of barriers and preconceptions so that everyone’s genius is recognized in a world that is outgrowing prejudice, labeling and peer pressure. There is a courage brewing that bodes well for our future, even though there is still a long way to go.
Heartfulness Magazine collector’s edition 2016
Throughout 2016, Heartfulness Magazine has featured many articles on the science of spirituality, including a series by Kamlesh D. Patel on the evolution of consciousness, one of the hottest topics in integrative medicine and psychology today. In this issue, these articles are presented in a special Collectors’ Edition for your enjoyment.
Heartfulness magazine collector’s edition 2017
The 2017 Collector’s Edition features Daaji’s articles on ‘The Evolution of Consciousness’. The articles cover the topic of consciousness from various perspectives, including its central role in human development, the spectrum of consciousness, the relationship between consciousness and the space-time continuum, and a detailed map of the inner journey of expansion of consciousness.
Heartfulness Magazine collector’s edition 2018
A few thousand years back, the great sage Patanjali gave us the eight limbs of Ashtanga Yoga. In this Collectors’ Edition, Daaji explores these eight limbs in the light of modern day yogic practices. He shows us how to integrate inner spiritual practices with living in the world and refining our personality, so as to create skill in action. He also explores the ancient classification of Karma, Jnana and Bhakti Yoga in modern times. We hope this significant compilation will bring to light the possibilities Yoga offers.