“Iravati, the God of Gods” by S.S. Iyengar is a fantasy biography of Lord Iravati, who according to Hindu mythology died and was born in Tamil Nadu. Iyengar does an amazing job of chronicling Iravati’s life from childhood to his death, and even delves into some details that only the author knows, such as Iravati’s personal battles with addiction. Iyengar includes ancient Hindu epics such as the Mahabharata and the Ramayana along with modern epics such as the Song of Solomon. Iyengar infuses his novel with Hindu mythological elements and at times substitutes traditional Indian pantheons for modern gods, such as Shiva and Vishnu. Iyengar is not religious in any way but uses gods and goddesses as characters to comment on our modern lives.
Lord Iyengar is a prince in the heaven-claimed kingdom of Aravalli (now in India), but has been assigned a mortal life due to his wrongful death. When he realizes what he has done, he becomes a hermit and practices meditation and self-denial. He doesn’t participate in the earthly life, yet he sees all around him in the form of energy. This causes him to begin a profound study of yoga, which teaches him how to move beyond the ego, or self-contained, mind to locate the collective soul.
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Iyengar delves into many historical and mythological subjects, including the role of women in Indian society, caste systems, and the relationships between the male sex and the female. Iyengar also delves into aspects of science and meditation. Iyengar’s descriptions of Aravalli and the surrounding region are rich, ranging from descriptions of Aravalli trees, fairies, and other creatures to the lush green mountains. Iyengar writes about his experience of living in Aravalli in the novel A Heaven Worth Falling For.
Iyengar utilizes many of his natural talents to create his stories. Iyengar can draw people into a meditation with simple landscape and natural imagery. Iyengar can draw people into a deep-woods hiking experience. Iyengar has created many paintings that explore aspects of Aravalli culture and tradition. Iyengar’s work will appeal to a wide variety of readers, because he uses his gifts to create engaging works that will appeal to most people.
If you are looking for a spiritual book that has beautiful illustrations, rich descriptions, and deep spiritual lessons, then I recommend A Course in Miracles by Iyengar. You will learn how to visualize your desires and set your subconscious mind free. Iyengar has created a system that will help you develop your inner power and connect to your higher self. A Course in Miracles is rich in illustrations and stories, while also being a clear and concise introduction to meditation, and the techniques of Iyengar meditation.
Iyengar does not mince words, and in this book, you will hear him clearly explain what meditation really is. You will learn how to use visualization and mental imagery. This book provides you with a clear description of Iyengar’s techniques. The author has created an easy-to-follow meditation CD that you can listen to on your computer. Iyengar has designed a set of ten CDs, which you can purchase individually or download as part of a meditation package.