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• Vanessa Graham

I am a member of the Patanjali Yoga Centre, founded by Sri Swami Indrananda Ji ( Sri Indar Nath) in 1972 with a view to spreading the true message of Yoga in Great Britain, and I wrote my book The Hidden Path 8 years ago when I was starting out on my spiritual journey and in search of teachers; by doing so I discovered there was the greater teacher within. By using my own illustrations I wanted the reader to develop their spiritual perspective on their own life. I included a mixture of personal events and experiences that allowed me to become more spiritually aware and hoping these would trigger personal reflection for the reader, opening insights into their life

Over the preceding years of studying the ancient teachings in Sanskrit and with the help of teachers in meditation, yoga, anatomy and Qi Gong, my knowledge has increased and my focus became clear. will always remain paramount, as it is life changing and life enhancing but, as I shared all that I learnt, I developed this into encouraging people with long term illness to self heal through meditation, breathing, yoga, and Qi Gong. To see that there are many ways with which to help ourselves deal with life’s challenges. I had to start with the first steps and The Hidden Path shows those


A Taoist Poem

One who makes a show of himself does not shine
One who affirms himself is not recognized
One who shows off has no credit
One who knows others is smart
One who knows himself is brilliant
One who speaks does not know
One who knows does not speak
The Sage holds on to oneness and becomes the model
in the land
Precisely because he does not compete
Nobody in the land can compete
With him
Wisdom consists of being led by your own inherent nature -
no more
See and Hear yourself
People who only see and hear others
And never see and hear themselves
Constantly try and control others
And are constantly jealous of what others
Possess and enjoy

• Translated from the ancient Chinese

• In modern language, Just because you can walk the walk doesn't mean you can walk the walk
• Too much energy is put into saying what can be done (spinning) and not enough energy into just doing it
• Just because you can afford PR it doesn't mean you're efficient!
• The above poem has relevance to the The Meeting Point's stubbon cdefence of their rights, and Ki Publishing's determination to prevent others being sucked into a printing nightmare


• Product Details

• Published by Oshadi Publishing, (April 2007)
- my publishing company
£7.99 (new)

• Paperback: 180 pages
Language: English
ISBN 10: 0955561701
ISBN 13: 9780955561702

• Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces

Postage: + £1.50 within the UK
+ £2.50 within Europe
+ £3.50 to the rest off the World

My book can also be found on Amazon.com, co.uk, Italy and Spain and via Popscreen


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