The book deals with meditation. It goes deeply into every aspect of a human being, its essence, its origin. It reveals the hidden movements of the mind. It clarifies the structure of thought and how you can use it by putting it in the right place. It highlights the ego center movement. It finds the roots of mental confusion in which human beings live. Is also deals totally and resolutely realities like the you, staying alone with yourself, silence, indifference, effects, etc. Undoubtedly an actual book, practical, very useful for those wishing to investigate themselves, and be open to observe what is expressed in the form of beliefs, ideals, opinions, conclusions, observations, comments, ways of living and thinking that are the cause of conflict and suffering. With self-awareness, you go towards the natural meditation and therefore spontaneous, effortless, without impositions, it only flows.
Giuseppe Caredda, always interested in the Esoteric. As a young man he attended the Theosophical House in London and the various seminars of the masters of yoga and meditation of the eighties and nineties, including the Yoga Guru, Iyengar. He has been several times in India to learn and practice meditation techniques, yoga, and mantras. He has participated in various Vipassana Meditation courses with the guidance of Goenka in Dhamma Giri Ashram, Igatpuri, India and in Birmingham, England. He graduated as a yoga teacher at the ashram of KaivalayaDham, Lovavla, Pune, India.