Sacred Body, Sacred Spirit is a book about transforming our ordinary lives into a sacred experience. You will be introduced to Tantra as the essence of yogic practice and philosophy. Known by the ancient yogis as a powerful conduit for personal transformation, Tantra holds the secret to turning our longings into love and our feelings of separation into spiritual union.
A great historical and philosophical summary of Tantra that dispels misconceptions regarding the subject with practical and inspirational pointers on how to apply the principles of Tantra in daily life. Probably one of the best books on the subject because of how concise ,well researched and pointed the book was organized by the author.
Based on the oral histories of his disciples, colleagues, and family, Anandamurti: The Jamalpur Years unveils a remarkable portrait of this often misunderstood saint and social thinker. Rather than being an academic study of one man's life, Anandamurti is primarily a collection of devotional and mystical stories set in a biographical framework that provides the reader with a portal into the magical world of Indian mysticism, yoga, and Tantra.
A deep look at the songs of P.R. Sarkar (the collection of 5018 songs known as Prabhata Samgiita). Dr Sarkar compares these songs to thoughts of Vivekananda, Tagore and Aurobindo and explores the mystical and devotional poetry of the lyrics.
La existencia humana no es una realidad única, sino la continuidad de varios estratos que van desde lo más burdo y denso - el cuerpo físico - pasando por los distintos niveles de la mente, hasta lo más profundo y sutil, normalmente llamado "espíritu" o "alma".
¿Porqué la gente se hace vegetariana? ¿Qué hay de malo en comer carne? ¿Cómo hacerse vegetariano? ¿Qué comer cuando se deja la carne? . . . Estas son cuestiones que las personas que no son vegetarianas se han preguntado alguna vez, y a los vegetarianos se lo habrán preguntado muchas veces.
The author was an accomplished engineer. In 1958, after a short stint of work in a coal mine in India, he came into contact with Ananda Marga. In 1963, after his meeting with Baba, he decided to dedicate himself to the path of self-realisation and service as a renunciate monk.