For me, this quote sounded more like romantic and mythological one. Because many questions started to rise. Ok, what kind of a step is that? Is it the physical step? In which direction should I take this step? Or there’s some secret behind this?
I was really confused.
I revered many great men who are said to have ‘realized’ the God but didn’t feel that it was for me.
But as I studied and practised this path called Bhakti Yoga, I felt amazed.
It was simple, yet huge in effect. I found this yogic path a cure for many human problems, like developing concentration, overcoming stress, building confidence and growing in life – health and wealth-wise.
Now, back to the one step. What is this one step?
Because you don’t know what God is. Mythologically you have some conceptions, but do you really know what it is? Because your senses cannot perceive it – you cannot see it or hear it etc.
When I started to practice it, I started to understand how it works. And that’s what I am revealing in this book, The Magic of Devotion.
You can choose not to take the step to devotion. There are other ways. You have that absolute freedom.
But when you do it, your life flowers like a thousand-petaled lotus. A thousand possibilities open in your life.
If you’re already trying to understand this path, this book will give a step-by-step action guide.
And when you are fully into it, it becomes yoga.
Make this method yours, and then the magic begins to unfold.
So, make Bhakti your lifestyle. The guide is available for you on Amazon. Get it today and experience the Magic of Devotion.