Author: Charlene Leslie-Chaden
Publisher: Sai Towers Publishing
Category: Spiritual life
This Book Is A Compilation Of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba's Significant Statements On Individual Subjects. More Than 1100 Such Subjects Have Been Identified And The Definitive Statements Of Sri Sathya Sai Baba Are Quoted With Relevant Documentation Of Their Sources. The Special Merit Of The Compilation Is That Recently Published Statements Are Preferred. The Subjects Are Presented In Alphabetical Order To Facilitate Easy Reference. A Sanskrittoenglish Glossary Is Also Appended. This Is An Invaluable Resource Book Of Baba'S Teachings Placed At The Service Of The Students, Teachers, Research Scholars, Study Groups And Casual Readers.
Sri Shirdi Sai Baba, Sri Sathya Sai Baba & Future Prema Sai Baba
Author: Satya Pal Ruhela
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This unique book provides comprehensive profiles of the three great incarnations of Sai Baba Shirdi Sai Baba(1858-1918), Sathya Sai Baba (1926-2011) and the future Sri Prema Sai Baba whose advent in the present century has been prophesied. They carry the triple message of work, worship and wisdom. Shirdi Sai Baba laid the base for secular integration and gave the message of duty as work, Sathya Sai Babas mission was to make every one realize that the same God resides in everyone. The future Prema Sai Baba will promote the evangelic news that not only God resides in everyone but everyone is GOD. The special features of this book are: It presents research based new information on the first two Incarnations which will enable readers understand their lives, messages, miracles, and their status and unique roles as prophets --harbingers of the New Age Spirituality. It presents the thrilling future scenario of Prema Sai Babas divine life as revealed by Sathya Sai Baba to his closest devotee Vasantha Sai who has been assured that she would be his wife Prema when he incarnates as Raja who would later be known as Prema Sai Baba and the mother of their only son Rama. This book clears the prevailing confusion about Prema Sai Baba and gives a microscopic view of the New Age Spirituality.
The Nature of God and the Theory of Everything
Author: Orest Bedrij
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Visit the author's website at www.celebrateyourdivinity.com This is a visionary work of monumental proportions; a masterpiece of man’s highest thoughts and insights. — Prof. Peter Kotzer, President Washington Natural Philosophy Institute Orest Bedrij’s book is a mind-stretching, spirit-elevating adventure. His revelation of Oneness is simple and profound. — Dr. Marilyn Wilhelm, Educator Founder/Director Wilhelm Scholê International By integrating spiritual validations with scientific evidence placing one upon the other in verification after verification Orest Bedrij arrives at an amalgam of the one single fundamental concept: ‘1’... “a holy vision of you,” “the nature of God,” and “the theory of everything.” — Dr. Tibor Horvath, SJ, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, Founder/General Editor: Ultimate Reality and Meaning This book is a passionate and timely invitation to discover the God within each of us and the Oneness of all Creation... a glimpse into (the) unifying dimension of the Eternal One. — Barbara Benjamin, Director Intuitive Discovery, Inc. Orest Bedrij is the rare thinker who sees the unity and connections between different fields of human knowledge... his vision is thrilling and comprehensive, and provides an element—hope—that is utterly vital for our time. — Dr. Larry Dossey, MD, Author, Space, Time and Medicine; Reinventing Medicine; Beyond Illness; Recovering the Soul Here is your breakthrough to God—your joyous transformation from believing in God to knowing your divine ONENESS Cover Design by Andrew Patapis
Author: Bryan S Turner
Category: Social Science
In the last three decades, the human body has gained increasing prominence in contemporary political debates, and it has become a central topic of modern social sciences and humanities. This collection of thirty original essays by leading figures in the field explores these issues across a number of theoretical and disciplinary perspectives, with a wide range of case studies.
Rethinking Globalization and Religious Pluralism through the Sathya Sai Movement
Author: Tulasi Srinivas
Publisher: Columbia University Press
The Sathya Sai global civil religious movement incorporates Hindu and Muslim practices, Buddhist, Christian, and Zoroastrian influences, and "New Age"-style rituals and beliefs. Shri Sathya Sai Baba, its charismatic and controversial leader, attracts several million adherents from various national, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. In a dynamic account of the Sathya Sai movement's explosive growth, Winged Faith argues for a rethinking of globalization and the politics of identity in a religiously plural world. This study considers a new kind of cosmopolitanism located in an alternate understanding of difference and contestation. It considers how acts of "sacred spectating" and illusion, "moral stakeholding" and the problems of community are debated and experienced. A thrilling study of a transcultural and transurban phenomenon that questions narratives of self and being, circuits of sacred mobility, and the politics of affect, Winged Faith suggests new methods for discussing religion in a globalizing world and introduces readers to an easily critiqued yet not fully understood community.
a compendium of milestones
Author: Pelican Creations International (Noida, India)
Erweckung der geistigen Kraft im Menschen
Author: Gopi Krishna
Publisher: O.W. Barth
Category: English imprints
Mythologie und Kult des Termitenhügels in der schriftlichen und mündlichen Tradition Indiens
Author: Ditte König,Ditte Bandini
Category: Animal worship
Letters of Sri Madhava Ashish to an American Businessman, 1978-1997
Author: Madhava Ashish
Publisher: New Paradigm Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"If you want to pursue in a Western way the path that we follow here at Mirtola, you need to study and work with the Gurdjieffianteaching."Thus did the guru Madhava Ashish, at their first meeting, invite American businessman Sy Ginsburg on a spiritual journey that would last 19 years (until the guru's death) and include both annual visits to Sri Madhava Ashish's Mirtola ashram, near Almora, in India's Himalayan foothills, and a lengthy correspondence. Along the way, the entrepreneur/author would not only be caught up in the teachings of G.I. Gurdjieff, but also in the search for the elusive unitive vision-the world viewed from the perspective of the greater Self and not the personality.In this remarkable spiritual document, the reader shares the search, increasingly catching glimpses of the unitive vision as the book draws toward a close that is also an opening out, into the vaster dimensions of the human mind. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Encounter at Mirtola: Sathya Sai Baba. An atheist in Chicago. H.P. Blavatsky. Stanzas of Dzyan. At the Mirtola ashram. Madhava Ashish. G. I. Gurdjieff. Krishna Prem. Yashoda Mai.2. The Self and a Saints' Gallery: Initiation into Yoga. The Self. Esoteric dream work. Nisarga Datta. Sathya Sai Baba. In Search of the Miraculous. G.I. Gurdjieff. Meetings with Remarkable Men. In search of the secret Sarmoung Brotherhood. Madhava Ashish and ecology in the hills. The soul ofIndia. Seminar. Raj and Romesh Thapar.3. Esoteric Dreams and Awakenings: Esoteric dream work guidelines. Gurdjieff's states of consciousness. Self-remembering. The Four Ways. A day in the life of the Mirtola ashram.4. The Unimportance of Being Seymour: Gurdjieff groups. Observation andverification. Secrecy and hierarchies in groups. Difficulties of the Work and going inward. G group vs. dream work. Pitfalls of reading. The Self is not Sy. Further doubts.5. The Value of Uncertainty by Sri Madhava Ashish 6. The Reflected Glory of Objective Consciousness: Meeting Jeanne de Salzmann. Hierarchies in the groups. Objective consciousness. Lizelle Reymond. Krishnamurti. A meeting of Selves. Pamela Travers.7. Soul Farmer of the Everglades: Pros and cons of rural living. Founding a semi-rural Work center. Constructive imagination. Teaching. Gurdjieffian friction. First, second and third lines of work. Self-observation. "Stop" exercises. Gurdjieff Movements. More doubts. Advantages of group Work. Speaking in the present. On G group vs. dream work.8. Masters Within and Without: Theosophical roots of Mirtola. Hierarchy of Masters. Secret Sarmoung Brotherhood. Masters within. Esoteric centers. "Guardians of the truth." Contacting the essence of Gurdjieff. Djwhal Khul. The sun as logos. Recognizing the Master.9. The Uninitiated: Dr. Chakravarti on initiation. Mild rebuffs from Ashish. Ashish gives me an amulet. On reincarnation. Instruction manual for self-initiation. Experiments in living at Mirtola. Raj and Romesh Thapar.10. The Guru as Exemplar of and Guide to the Term of Human Evolution by Sri Madhava Ashish 11. Pastor: Meetings with a Remarkable Channeled Entity: Charlaine, channel. Carl. Varying natures of channeled entities. Pitfalls of channeling. On reincarnation. Brian Weiss's Many Lives, Many Masters. With Nick T. in Geneva: Pastor on Gurdjieff's stature, past lives and on calling Gurdjieff.2. Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson: Gurdjieff's sci-fi space opera/allegory.Beelzebub on Mars. G's expanded organs of perception. Resemblances to Blake's poetry. An esoteric vision of man's fall. Finnegan's Wake. "Burying the dog." Birth of the moon and its feeding by mankind. Pastor onGurdjieff's astral planes. Analogies to Loosh and UFOs.13. Matters of Life and Death: On meditation. What is Gurdjieff's teaching? G's car accident. Future of the G. Work and the Theosophical Society. On death: The Tibetan Book of the Dead and Carl Jung's near-death experience. Metanoia. Putting oneself in another's position.14. A Return to Intelligent Inquiry by Sri Madhava Ashish 15. What Can Be Taught by Sri Madhava Ashish 16. The Passing of a Great Soul: Illness of Ashish. Growing discord in India. Deepening of Ashish's teachings. Ashish and Prem on reincarnation. Passing of Ashish. Comet in the skies.A Short Compendium: Ancestor Worship. Consciousness. A Course in Miracles. Diet. Entities, Alien and Other. Guidance, Spirit. Kailash, Mount. Nature Images. Nothingness, Bare. Psychological Aspects. Ramana Maharshi. Ritual Magic. Sex on the Path. Teacher.APPENDIX: Masters Works Cited/Bibliography About the Authors Index ABOUT THE AUTHORSSri Madhava Ashish was born Alexander Phipps, in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1920, graduating from Chelsea's College of Aeronautical Engineering. He served in India during World War Two as a Spitfire engine repairman, meeting the guru Krishna Prem during a visitto Almora in 1946. He immediately adopted Sri Krishna Prem as his teacher, and, at the death of the guru in 1965, took over the direction of the Mirtola ashram. By the time of his death in 1997, he had written extensively on spiritual subjects and on farming reforms in northern India, in thelatter taking a very active part.Seymour B. Ginsburg was born in Chicago, IL, in 1934, and graduated from Northwestern University with degrees in accountancy and law. A founder of the predecessor business and the first president of Toys R Us, he was for many years involved in commodities trading. He met Sri Madhava Ashish while on a private visit to India in 1978. He was a co-founder of the Gurdjieff Institute of Florida, and currently divides his time between South Florida and the Chicago area.
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Author: F.M. M?ller
Publisher: Рипол Классик
Theosophie Oder Psychologische Religion: Gifford-Vorlesungen Gehalten Vor Der Universit?t Glasgow Im Jahre 1892