Category: The First 4 Chapters of The Struggle Within: The Wind’s Divine Melody

Read the First 4 Chapters of The Struggle Within: The Wind’s Divine Melody

A true story about overcoming anxiety, addiction, abuse and self-destructive, spiteful behaviour. Jacob’s journey is both physical and spiritual and the stakes are higher than just “inner peace”. He is fighting to help his daughter.

The Wind's Divine Melody

On this page you will find the first four chapters of my book, The Struggle Within: The Wind’s Divine Melody (Vol. 1). Enjoy! To receive a FREE e-book of The Struggle Within: The Wind’s Divine Melody (Vol. 1), please submit your email address here. I am giving away the first 2,700 e-copies for FREE!

In 1996, Jacob Chitto Miller began to lose his ability to meditate, and then he lost it completely starting in 1997. Why did this happen? What spiritual values and truths can we learn from his journey of his struggle within? One thing we learn from Sri Chinmoy, Jacob’s spiritual Master and Inner Guide, is the value and divinity in one of his aphorisms which states:

“The blows of my Master
I take as most beautiful flowers
Given to me by my Master.”
(Seventy-Seven Thousand Service-Trees, #19203)

and yet, throughout the years, Jacob Chitto Miller often did not abide by this value and has had to deal with some difficulties as a result. Isn’t it true that if you retaliate in a destructive manner towards someone who has humiliated you, violated you, or disturbed you in some way you are acting like Al Qaeda? Despite the difficulties and consequences Jacob has had to face for past behaviour, including acting like Al Qaeda, Jacob still hopes to realize God in this incarnation. But he has to get his meditation back first.

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Written to roughly seven fellow Sri Chinmoy disciples through email on December 23, 2016: Hello Dear Friends, fellow lovers, lovers of goodness, God, humanity and Bliss: This, I think, may be the final time I will send to you something

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This is the story about what happened to me and my daughter and is centered around my struggle within and the progress I make. You are reading Volume 1 of The Struggle Within: The Wind’s Divine Melody. Volume 2 hasn’t

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I Am Found

Now the tax collectors and sinners were all gathering around to hear Jesus. But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, “This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.” Then Jesus told them this parable: “Suppose one of

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‘It Is For My Own Good’

“If somebody is able to raise their consciousness and establish a close inner communication with the Master, with the Inner Pilot or with the Supreme, that person will only be appreciated and admired by the soul, by the Master, by

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The Wind’s Divine Melody

Now there was a Pharisee, a man named Nicodemus who was a member of the Jewish ruling council. He came to Jesus at night and said, “Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher who has come from God. For

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