Based on his experience in therapeutic practice and his work with meditation groups, Esteve Humet decided to write about this way to the discovery of inner Silence. The text is aimed not so much at helping those who are already initiated in meditation or regularly practising some form of prayer, but, above all, at those who may hear about the subject and wish to get practical experience of it, but cannot find anyone to help them in this exploration.
Many yoga practitioners have ever wondered what the literal translation of a posture’s name is, how to pronounce it correctly or what we are saying when reciting a mantra. This practical dictionary aims to ensure the correct use of the Sanskrit language in the field of yoga and is aimed primarily at practitioners and teachers of any school, without previous knowledge of Sanskrit.
Writing is a skin that you saw us: for minutes we are another who speaks of us and for us feels that time is running out. But when the feeling of sadness or joy appears, then the writing ends and the skin is torn. Riding between philosophy and mysticism, East and West, poetry and metaphysical prose, this subtle text of high lyricism shuns classifications too narrow and is part of a tradition of works of a universal nature that are nothing but a search for the ineffable in the depths of writing as such.