This is the second book of a two-part series. In Book One, Finding the GAP, we develop an understanding of some mechanisms of the body, brain, mind, and false ego. These introductory, preliminary steps are vital to understanding the book you now have before you.
Building on the foundation of Book One, in Entering the GAP, we will address the obscured and often misconstrued anartha habits. Pulling apart these subtle elements, we begin to move from our head into our heart. When operating from our head, affected by our mind and false ego, we often find conflict within and without.
Approaching life from our heart, we can find inspiring and creative ways to enhance our spiritual relationships. First though, we’ll confront the anartha obstacles which guard our heart. Though our spiritual journey has many twists and turns, it is a worthwhile adventure of self-discovery preparing us to reestablish our loving relationship with our dearmost friend, Krishna in our heart.
HH Varsana Swami: These books will fortify devotees with tools to help develop consciousness, integrity and responsibility.
HH Sacinandana Swami: A life without reflection is not a life. I recommend devotees to read these books as they provide beneficial tools to enter the important process of self-reflection.
HG Mahatma Prabhu: Many thanks to Sukhavaha dasi for taking the effort to write such books, much needed in our society. These will provide devotees with the tools to understand and manage their conditioning, needs, and emotions, supporting them in living healthy spiritual lives.
HG Gopal Hari Prabhu, Prof. of Philsophy & Religious Studies: Your books are milestone achievements for our Krishna Conscious society. They will help devotees for many generations to open their hearts to Krishna. Thank you for writing these soul-touching books.
HG Shubha Vilas Prabhu, Author: These books are a nice blend of spirituality, philosophy, psychology, a very creative use of words with excellent in-depth explanations. These books will appeal to intellectually inclined devotees, counselors and preachers in ISKCON.