Priyabhishek Sharma is one of the familiar faces among the Indian spiritual authors. Priyabhishek Sharma has written books on Himalayan Yogis. However, considering Priyabhishek Sharma solely as an author of Indian spiritual books will be an oversight.
While spirituality has been his passion, he also excelled as an active academician. He holds a doctorate in International Relations from Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. He published research papers extensively in the leading foreign affairs journal of India, the World Focus.
The latest Indian spiritual book on Himalayan Yogis, The Himalayan Master and the Sixth Sense by Indian spiritual author Priyabhishek Sharma is the newest contribution that shed light on the occult and meditational practices of Himalayan Masters from an insider’s view. It is a semi-autobiographical account of a university student suddenly coming across the extrasensory perception (ESP) phenomenon due to meditation and the subsequent change of life towards the mysteries of the mind, meditation and monks. Priyabhishek Sharma, the spiritual author of India, dedicates this book as the very purpose of his life has emerged due to his Masters’ grace. The person interested in spirituality and the lives and practices of the Himalayan Yogis must have read the Indian spiritual books like Autobiography of a Yogi, Living with the Himalayan Masters, The Journey Home, If Truth be Told, Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master, and A Search in Secret. The Himalayan Master and the Sixth Sense is the latest among the books on Himalayan yogis. Books on Himalayan yogis like these do not appear from the textual studies in the libraries. One cannot become a spiritual author of Books on Himalayan yogis and Indian spiritual books. He has to live through spirituality to become one among these Indian spiritual authors. One trait setting them together is their familiar quest to seek and wander around for the ultimate mystery of life. When the genuine pursuit becomes intense, then the Masters come seeking you and the other way around. Indian spiritual book The Himalayan Master and the Sixth Sense is an outcome of two maturing into a story.
Priyabhishek Sharma is a follower of advanced Kundalini Yoga Meditation for the last two decades. The spiritual author of India; was trained by Three Himalayan Masters on different landmarks on this journey. The first was the Naga Guru belonging to the Aghora tradition, an accidental meeting with whom lit up the spiritual aspects of Priyabhishek Sharma. Then he learnt the Kriya Yoga Meditation as taught by Paramahansa Yogananda’s Yoga Satsang Society. A ‘shakt guru’, Swami Akshobhyananda Shambahva, belonging to the Kamakhya Tradition, taught him the Das Mahavidya method of chakra activation and kundalini awakening. The author of Indian spirituality found the Kriya Yoga Meditation and the practices of the Divine Mother School for the Kundalini activation not only complementing each other but working exceptionally well.
Meditating for two decades with uncompromising dedication one morning, he found that his energy suddenly burst out. All kinds of new, unexpected, and strange experiences started happening. At this point appears a Master who guides him to the higher dimensions of the consciousness. This Master belongs to the rare class of the previous generation’s enlightened Masters. Yogiraj Amarjyoti, an ageless Kriya Master whose body emits fragrance. He is the direct disciple of the Mahavatar Babaji. His age is a matter of hushed debate among the devotees. He has reached the highest level of the Kriya Practices that he no longer needs to eat food or anything to survive.
The books on Himalayan Yogis and Indian spirituality are not just the genres of Priyabhishek Sharma; his first book, The Alliance without Enemy: A Post Cold War History of West, is a maiden book on the nature of the Western Alliance in non-western space.
Indian spiritual author Priyabhishek Sharma’s second book, The UPSC Odyssey: Daring to Dream an IAS Officer, is based on his own experience of the civil service preparation reaching the interview level. This book introduces the processes of exams to students with insightful tips to follow in the preliminary exam, the mains exam and the interview. In this book, he has tried to emphasize how the role of mind management remains pivotal in successfully clinching this fiercely competed exam. He has tried to assimilate the spiritual techniques learnt from the Himalayan Yogis with the practical needs of an aspirant’s life.
The spiritual author of India decadelong journey Priyabhishek Sharma has written this new collection among the Indian spiritual books to quote him is “not to achieve but to awaken.”