Aaravindha Himadra: Immortal Self: A Journey to the Himalayan Valley of the Amartya Masters
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In the summer of 2006, Aaravindha Himadra traveled deep into the interior of the Himalayan Mountains to a secret valley where he lived among the Amartya Masters—the reclusive keepers of an ancient lineage of spiritual mysticism. To answer their invitation, he endured a daunting trek across rugged, remote mountains, where he eventually came to their protected valley home, a place where our world’s most profound spiritual truths still exist in wholeness.
Immortal Self is a riveting account of Aaravindha’s remarkable journey and his visit to this sacred land. Divulged here for the first time are the teachings of a legendary and secluded spiritual tradition—truths that transcend the illusion of our accepted reality and offer a beacon of hope for all seekers. Here is a transformative story that will invite you to challenge your preconceptions, open your heart, and receive the wisdom that your soul has always known: “When the last obstruction to the truth of our existence falls, but one power remains—the power of Supreme Love.”
Aaravindha Himadra has been a spiritual teacher since 1999. He currently teaches and lectures primarily in Europe, the United States, and Canada. He is the founder of the spiritual organization Sambodha and author of six additional books that serve as study guides in his ongoing global teacher training courses. He lives in the Pacific Northwest. For more, visit aaravindha.com or sambodha.org.
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