“Mast – The Ecstatic” by Mohanji

“Mast – The Ecstatic” by Mohanji

The wait is finally over. The book eagerly awaited by many has finally been released.

“Mast – The Ecstatic” by Mohanji

Karl Marx spoke about the have and the have nots. A third kind always existed in Bharat (ancient India) since time immemorial and continues to this day – those who could have anything but wanted nothing. The Masts. Remaining always in inner ecstasy and living in complete freedom and abandon, they walk the earth to remind you of your lost glory. To go within. To be in ecstasy within yourself. To be You. To be a Mast.

Learn about these fascinating Masts and the grand Tradition that they represent, through the fascinating life of Atmananda Chaitanya.

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Reviews by our readers who read the preview copies:

Mast – a true page-turner I’ve read in many many years.

Mast – every chapter, every paragraph, every sentence is a command from the universe.”

“Mast – is not a story. It’s a way to lead one’s life. Fully FREE and in Ecstatic state at all times.”

“Mast – It will make you laugh at yourself, will make you cry about yourself, and when you end up finishing, you will come out like a diamond – Shining bright and taking a walk towards the ultimate path of pathless.”

It’s only fair to say that the author has lived this life, else a writing with such clarity and command is not possible.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Nilish Gupte

    “Who ARE you?” asks the wise master staring at the questioner with a twinkle in his eyes. Confused the man replies with his name. The question is repeated. The man replies with his job title. Again, the question is repeated. The man replies with his job duties. The master asks again “Who are YOU?”.

    We all encounter this question at some point in our lives. The wise ones ask this of themselves earlier than others.

    This is a question that goes deep into our soul, it shatters thru the glass cage we build around us, it regurgitates our past deeds (good and bad), it questions our purpose in life and beyond.

    In his book Mast the Ecstatic. Mohanji a renowned Himalayan Spiritual Leader, answers the question and numerous others that deal with our concepts of existentialism, the role of spirituality (it is a lifestyle), the paths of non-violence (ahimsa), acceptance of all, equality of all beings, and the mechanisms of karma and reincarnation.

    You do not have to be a devout Hindu to read and incorporate these teaching, in fact you do not even need to be religious. You do need to come in with an open mind, clear your thoughts, be brave to unlearn and relearn.

    Following the life of a mystic, from a young age to one of enlightenment, Mohanji takes the reader by the hand and guides them through a transcendent journey

  2. Sona Bhatnagar

    Review for “Mast: The Ecstatic”:

    This book answers any question you have ever had about life/death/karma/dharma/how to behave, etc.

    I’ve been fortunate enough to sit at a few of Mohan Ji’s lectures. Everyone asks the same questions (see above).

    This book does a beautiful job of explaining all of life’s lessons through the story of a young monastic and his teaching as he learns through life and himself becomes the Master.

    Beautifully written and wonderfully explained in language that anyone can understand. This book is a guide map for people wanting to gain liberation.

    There are so many pearls here. It should read every night before going to sleep. You’ll be enlightened! I was!!!

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