Gray Mist at Dawn

The Story of Kriya Yoga's Hidden Master - Sri Shellji

by Steven Cozzi



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/11/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781403388926
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : E-Book
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781403388919

About the Book

Steve Cozzi’s book offers a rare look into the life of Shelly Trimmer, a Western Yogi, and direct disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda. Surprisingly, very little has been written about practioners of Yoga who were born and raised in the West. This book offers many proofs that the appeal and application of Yoga is universal.

Steve Cozzi reveals to the reader a story and a teaching that is highly personal and authorative. These writings are not based on fictional accounts but on actual tape recordings and real time notes. The book is a journey into the incredible, a mystical reality, and the supernatural world of a modern Yogi Scientist. These first hand accounts let the reader make intelligible the higher knowledge of meditative awareness.

Shelly’s explanations of Kriya Yoga in particular and mysticism in general are unique in their scope and implications. He was a man of many interests and talents, namely, scientist/researcher, healer, magician, military strategist, and futurist.

Conveyed in direct, yet clear everyday language this book tackles vast concepts as-well-as simple truths. Its pages are filled with personal stories, humorous insights and mysterious experiences. All who read this would gain in their understanding of Kriya Yoga, mysticism and their own Self Conscious Awareness.

About the Author

Steve Cozzi was initiated into Kriya Yoga in August of 1968. In March of 1969, he began to study Yoga in-person with the hidden master Sri Shellji (Shelly Trimmer). Steve started teaching Kriya Yoga and Hatha Yoga in 1971 in Boulder and Denver, Colorado. He continues to teach Kriya Yoga to all sincere seekers.

Steve has also been practicing Astrology since 1969. He is one of a small number of nationally certified astrologers by the National Council of Geo-Cosmic Researchers. He is most known for his classic, "Planets in Locality," Llewellyn, 1988 & A.F.A 1998.