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Hinduism: Philosophy Or Mysticism?

 
Swami Paramananda (Author)
Synopsis Much work has been done in regard to the vast subject of Hinduism and the world is not poor of publications relating to it. Yet 'Hinduism: Philosophy or Mysticism?', the twelfth book of Swami Paramananda, is not just another addition to the already vast collection. It is an attempt of an enlightened soul to bring back on surface the scientific an total way of life prescribed by ancient Indian mystics, which over time got reduced to 'isms' and rituals. It draws a complete and accurate picture, explaining the origin Hinduism, the gods and the deities, palmistry and astrology, different schools of thoughts, great Indian mystics and the place of Hinduism today. Besides addressing the various questions that come to the mind of the seeker, the author indicates areas where great harms have been done or are being done through misinterpretations. Thus, the reader finally not only discovers the wisdom of Indian mysticism, but also develops the urge to experience and taste the essence of life through the expansion of consciousness. The following extracts from the book give an insight about its contents: Nothing is wrong with the churning of the mind; however when churned, not only positive thing come out, but also the poison from within. He who can transform it into nectar is called Shiva, thus the famous mahavakya or great statement, "Shivoham"-"I am Shiva." Much has been said by philosophers about matter, thoughts, ideas, the mind and so on, but those people have not known themselves like it was the case of a Jesus, a Socrates, a Pythagoras, a Buddha or a Mohammed. These individual were not thinkers, but realised souls.
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Swami Paramananda

Born in 1959, Swami Paramananda's spiritual search started at a very tender age and was accelerated by a vision of Lord Jesus. In 1979, he met his preceptor,Swami Veervasantha, who triggered in him the process of transformation. After attaining enlightenment in his mid-twenties, he started his life mission to help humanity at large by guiding them towards inner transformation the only way to establish peace, love, unity and brotherhood in the world.His teachings and guidance aim at the expansion of human consciousness through the science of meditation. In 1992, he founded the Satyam Gyanam Anandam Society, a name endowed with high spiritual meanings: Truth, Consciousness and Bliss. As part of his activities, Swami Paramananda writes extensively in the "Know Thyself" magazines. He has also authored fifteen books, "Hidden Teachings in the Bible," "Man, God and the Universe" , "Wisdom of the Ancients", " Sex - Breaking the taboo", "Buddha - His scientific approach to life and the Nirvana", "SolahSamskaras", "Human Beings: Behaviour and Evolution", "Prayer" and "Guru: A Friend, A Guide and A Door","Four steps to Health and Enlightenment", "Spiritual Experiences", "Hinduism", "The Spiritual Aspect of Maha Shivaratree", "Expectant Mother" and "Pearls of Wisdom"- all of which have been well-acclaimed.The works of Swami Paramananda are attracting many seekers around the world and it is felt that his movement will provoke a spiritual revival and lead towards global mind transformation. Books from this author - Human Beings : Behaviour & Evolution, Man God And The Universe, Expectant Mothers, Four Steps To Health & Enlightenment, Hinduism: Philosophy Or Mysticism?

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Bibliographic information

Title Hinduism: Philosophy Or Mysticism?
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Zen Publications
Language: English
isbn 9990381402
length 360p.