Freedom Dreams: An Invitation to Awakening, by Dasarath

Freedom Dreams: An Invitation to Awakening, by Dasarath

 

In Part One of this book Dasarath describes how his spiritual awakening took place in the presence of his teacher, H.W.L. Poonja (Papaji). Dasarath makes clear that the outer teacher is really a reflection of one’s own true Self. The lucid teachings in Part Two are a gold mine for those seeking enlightenment and a clear understanding of how we fall asleep and wake up. The dialogues in Part Three answer questions commonly asked by those on the path of awakening. All told, the book invites you to experience a deeper spiritual life and realize the fullness of your true nature. paper, 196 pages, $18.95

 

About the Author

 

Dasarath (1941-2010), born as David Davidson, was a student of non-dual traditions for forty years. He studied and practiced with masters in Zen, vipissana, yoga, and western transformational approaches. In 1992 he met Advaita Master Sri H.W.L. Poonja (Papaji) in India, in whose presence his true nature was revealed. Following this awakening, Dasarath’s teaching turned fully to sharing the awakening process. 

Dasarath received his Ph.D. from Yale University and taught History at Cornell University for five years. He was a counselor and seminar leader on personal growth and relationships, a corporate consultant and trainer, and led many meditation retreats and satsangs. He spent time coaching various leaders at Corning Incorporated and conducted retreats on being awake and more effective at work. He is also the author of Wisdom at Work: The Awakening of Consciousness in the Workplace, Larson Publications, 1998, under the name of Let Davidson.