Daaji ties together many aspects of the Heartfulness Way to give tantalizing yet practical glimpses of a life beyond good-bad dualities. Dvandvatita is normally considered a lofty, almost unattainable, state, but its achievement is presented here in simple, yet doable, terms.
Those of a skeptical persuasion may not find the description of the tidal effects of the moon on the human body's water content tenable. That should not detract from the sensible advice for occasional fasting to trigger autophagy.
Though written very sparely, the incident after the passing of his first Guide shows both great spiritual intensity and open-mindedness.
Lucid descriptions of increasing subtlety in both spiritual practice and varied aspects of daily life make this book worth reading over and over again.