This House is On Fire: The Life of Shri Dhyanyogi

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This biography of Shri Dhyanyogi, the kind of Indian saint who only exists in legend, provides tales of his exploits—at 100 years old he could walk faster than any of his followers—that are intertwined with his spiritual teachings. After 80 years of solitude in rural India, Dhyanyogi came out from seclusion to teach in India and the United States. Tales of the gentle yogi facing down tigers, battling hunger and thirst, and traveling through the treacherous mountains and scorching deserts of India are all told ...

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This biography of Shri Dhyanyogi, the kind of Indian saint who only exists in legend, provides tales of his exploits—at 100 years old he could walk faster than any of his followers—that are intertwined with his spiritual teachings. After 80 years of solitude in rural India, Dhyanyogi came out from seclusion to teach in India and the United States. Tales of the gentle yogi facing down tigers, battling hunger and thirst, and traveling through the treacherous mountains and scorching deserts of India are all told here. In his unending desire to be a resource to followers, Dhyanyogi is known to have said to his followers, "This house is on fire—loot all you can!"—referring to the wisdom he had and how little time he had on earth to impart it.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781883879525
  • Publisher: Dhyanyoga Centers
  • Publication date: 9/28/2005
  • Pages: 430
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)

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Shri Anandi Ma is Dhyanyoga's spiritual heir, has cofacilitated conferences on Aryuvedic studies, and teaches meditation and the wisdom of Dhyanyogi worldwide. She lives in Antioch, California.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2005

    A Spiritual Treasure

    This House is on Fire is a rare reading experience. I was absorbed and uplifted by the beautifully told and illustrated story of Dhyanyogi's life, the story of the boy-to-be saint and his remarkable spiritual journey through 116 years -- from the safety and comfort of his childhood home, to the wilds of India, to the seeking and finding of his true teacher on Mr. Abu, to himself finding and teaching the child who would become his spiritual heir, to their travels in America. This biography resonates with that part of me that wants to be more spiritual. It makes me aware of the profound beauty of a spiritual life and shows me the way to increase my own spiritual attainment, even as a citizen of the modern world. This is the most valuable spiritual book on my bookshelf, and it keeps inviting me to pick it up again and again.

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