Book details
  • Author: Květoslav Minařík
  • Publisher: Canopus
  • Series: Přímá Stezka
  • ISBN: 80-85202-31-x
  • Edition: 2.
  • Publication year: 1998
  • Published in: Praha
  • Number of pages: 96 stran
  • Format(s): Tištěná kniha, e-kniha

The Salvation

is a study with an unusual approach on a deep psychology, using the terminology of modern science to explain the methods and results of the yogic techniques. It can be considered a challenging textbook of yoga. Květoslav Minařík points to the relaitonships between the biological phenomena on the biomembranes of the living human organism and its psychological components. He shows that these mutually influence each other, both by various attitudes of a person in their daily life, as well as by special yogic methods (verified by the author’s own experience), or by interventions into the psyche according to the instructions of Buddhism and Christianity. He elaborates here on the great potentials of practical manipulations with the electromagnetic field on the biomembranes of the living cells during solving all life problems up to the highest reachable positive goals, as they are known by all valuable spiritual teachings.

This book is a textbook of yoga, and thus predominantly a textbook of the deep psychology. Therefore it requires, right from the beginning, that a person abstract from themself and not identify anymore with emotional experiences, which are so attractive to a spiritually undeveloped person that they think without these experiences their whole life would lose its meaning.

As soon as a person begins to abstract themself from the emotional phenomena under the influence of which the self identifies with objects which impress them through their senses, their life will become enriched, because, besides emotional experience, they will also be obtaining  knowledge.

Obtaining knowledge is a direct precursor of the ability to carry out yoga in the best meaning of this word. A person begins to be able to see themselves as a subject of research into the psychological phenomena. From there, it is only a small step to the gradation of the abstraction of oneself from the world of phenomena which a usual human wants to experience by internally connecting with them.