About the Author - Yogie Chandra Tatvaraj
About the Author
Yogie Chandra Tatvaraj, born Chandran Tatvaraj Christian also known as Chandran Christian is an Indian Singer/ Song Writer, Author, Hatha Yoga Enthusiast and Artist who fronted some of India’s most iconic rock bands of the ’80s to 1997.
In a very alternative journey in life, he has been associated in Creative writing, Media and the Arts with the WHO, Norwegian Aid, Swedish Developmental Corporation, British Council and the Government of India. His passionate interests include Philosophy (Indian and Greek), Physics, Neuroscience, Psychology, Wild Life, Yoga, Music, Reading, Writing, Painting and Spirituality.
Author of Who are You, Gratefully Dead, Paradox of Life, Wagging Tongues, The Lotus, The Rose, The Lily and I am Prana PEACE AND LOVE.
I AM PRANA
I am Prana is a self-inquiry with philosophy and human psychology. It starts with an analysis on the mind, rational, logic and knowledge and its distinction with intelligence and consciousness (Spirit). The book does have a lot of knowledgeable insight but dissects it with intelligence in the presence of the eternal present. The book looks at meditation as an exercise for clarity and a creative conscious life. It presents life in all its paradoxes without promoting any particular world view but sourcing wisdom from all schools from Greek to Hindu Philosophy and contemporary psychology. The purpose of the book is to get a deeper meaning and understanding of life beyond traditional jargon and philosophies. The book is an attempt to unite different world views with a common thread of universal wisdom for over all human development, peace, contentment and growth. The primary purpose of the book is to answer two of the most important questions in life, who are you? And where are you?
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THE LOTUS, THE ROSE, THE LILY
Human experience can be truly divine or a living hell and we are responsible for our own living Heaven or Hell. All life is systems, which today is a great awakening of the West of understanding everything within its systems, may it be Medical, Political, Economic or Commerce. Nature is one of the most organized systems and has inspired Literature, Art and Music for centuries. The Lotus, The Rose, The Lily looks at these three beautiful flowers which have inspired and are a big part of Religion, Spirituality and Cultures for the meaning of an enlightened life. Nature is one of the greatest teachers and here you see its significance with philosophy and psychology and the metaphors from these three beautiful flowers for an enlightened life. The primary realization through nature is best summarized by a Zen Master that there is really no one there to be enlightened! In light of this realization we come to realize what really is enlightened is really nature and life which we mistakenly take credit for ourselves. Individual self-valorisation is amongst the lowest consciousness of man and we understand that when we do an inquiry on whom we really are. Here is a book for anybody who wants to get a deeper meaning from life, making it purposeful and divine, as it is in our hands how we choose to see reality. There are never the right circumstances or situations for a better life but how we choose to wire our consciousness.
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PARADOX OF LIFE
We are a fortunate generation and it just keeps getting better as we stand on shoulders of giants. The only mistake we can make with all our information is to think that we control our lives. Belief can blind a man to explore the depths of human psyche which is only been studied by psychologist in its periphery and leaves a lot of questions unanswered of the depths of our psyche and sub conscious mind. While we can learn from past masters, true wisdom is in understanding our learning with intuition of life, which is the highest intelligence of man as imagination is more important than knowledge and is evolution. Are we masters of our life or playing out pre-destined parts in existence ruled by inherited traits and cosmic forces? An inquiry with Hindu and Greek Philosophy, Behaviourist Psychology and Contemporary Science that will leave you baffled on who we are and how to approach the ever hallucinating mind, which is just an eternal passing experience.