Santosh Sachdeva & Rohit Arya
Santosh Sachdeva’s spiritual journey received an impetus when she joined the course in Brahma Vidya - based on the ancient Tibetan practice of certain breathing exercises - that was conducted by Justice M. L. Dudhat of the Bombay High Court. This led to the awakening of the Kundalini through the grace of her guru. Her daily meditation and complete surrender to the Higher Forces was now filled with visions revealed to her by the Kundalini Shakti.
With her deep insights and understanding of these visions, Santosh’s spiritual evolvement led her to develop ‘The Eight Spiritual Breaths’. Their practice is designed to help human beings realise their highest potential in every sphere of life.
Santosh is the author of The Kundalini Trilogy - an unparalleled, illustrative depiction of the awakening of the Kundalini Shakti. Her subsequent books are elaborations on the evolution of human consciousness – from knowledge to experience and finally to the ultimate Truth.
She mentors aspirants on the spiritual path and also conducts weekly meditations at her home. Recognised as a spiritual master by her followers, she lives her life with equanimity in south Mumbai.
Rohit Arya is the author of Vaastu: The Indian Art of Placement – the first book on the subject published in the West, and translated into four languages; The Money Tarot Book - the first serious Tarot book published in India; and, Sacred Flames which is co-authored with Santosh Sachdeva. He has created The Sacred India Tarot which is the first Tarot deck based solely on themes from Indian epics and mythology. Rohit is a polymath, who writes on a variety of subjects. His interests encompass Leadership Initiatives, History and Sociology, Psychology and Philosophy, Cross Cultural Studies and Fine Arts. Rohit was involved in the training field for almost two decades. He has a Youtube channel, which deals primarily with spiritual subjects, and he is also the Founder of Arya Yoga Sangha that follows the Eight Spiritual Breaths system. He lives in Mumbai.
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