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The Eternal Way: The Inner Meaning of the Bhagavad Gita

Roy Eugene Davis (Author)
Synopsis One of the earliest commentaries on the popular and highly respected yoga scripture known as the Bhagavad Gita was written centuries ago in India by the Philosopherseer Adi Shankaracharya. Several writers have since been endeavoring to explain the message of the Gita, including advocates of sectarian religious beliefs who claimed to have found in it support for their own opinions, and philosophers endeavoring to portray its significance for readers of their times. Now, in a new commentary on this scripture, Roy Eugene Davis explains the inner meaning in the light of Kriya Yoga. The Bhagavad Gita is a guidebook to understand, the reality of God, the processes of universal manifestation, and how every aspiring soul can have awareness to higher knowledge and spiritual wholeness. Its seven hundred verses encourage the reader to acquire Self-knowledge and to intentionally engage in constructive performance of personal duties along with dedicated spiritual endeavour to practice Kriya Yoga. The Sanskrit word Kriya means “action”. Yoga can mean to yoke or unite soul awareness with God; practice of procedures for this purpose; or samadhi, the realization of spiritual wholeness, the culmination of successful practice.
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Roy Eugene Davis

Roy Eugene Davis (born 1931 in Leavittsburg, Ohio) is an American Kriya Yoga teacher. Davis was ordained by his guru in 1951 and was appointed as the minister of the Phoenix, Arizona, Self-Realization Fellowship Center in March 1952, shortly after Yogananda's passing. In late 1953, aware of a need to learn to live effectively in the secular world, he withdrew from the organization--but not from his relationship with the Kriya yoga tradition. After 2 years in the U.S. Army Medical Corps at Fort Riley, Kansas, he began his mission as an independent teacher, traveling throughout America to lecture and present classes in dozens of cities. In 1964, he lectured to large audiences in 8 cities in Japan under the auspices of the Seicho-No-Ie movement founded there by Dr. Masaharu Taniguchi. Another lecture tour was sponsored in Japan Seicho-No-Ie in 1978 and a few years later in Brazil. Some of his books are published in nine languages, with more than 40 different editions in print in the U.S. and several countries. He is also the publisher of Truth Journal magazine and writes monthly lessons for CSA members around the world. Davis moved to Lake-Mont, in Northeast Georgia, in 1972 to establish The Center for Spiritual Awareness as a permanent base for his ministry. The first name of this organization had been "Christian Spiritual Alliance".

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Title The Eternal Way: The Inner Meaning of the Bhagavad Gita
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 812081780x
length 287p., 23cm.