I've started coming across Shri M and his books off late.
His autobiography titled "Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master" I found as fascinating and inspiring as The Autobiography of a Yogi (and several times moved to tears as it tugged at a heart-string of deep yearning for the Himalayas in me).
I also read a couple of his other books, one on Hinduism and the other on three principle Upanishads and found that his knowledge and approach was very impressive (and congruent with my personal understanding and experiences on the subject).
Has anyone here had personal experiences with him, and/or learnt from him?
Also this video associated with Shri M --
Edited by dwai, 11 January 2017 - 07:26 AM.