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The Creator and The Creation are one.

By: Avinash Patra, Sr.

This uncreated being ascends and descends into every being. From his limb come all things both animate and inanimate: animals of every type, liturgical formulas, hymns and melodies, various meteres, the Four castes of men, the cosmic powers. From his mouth Indra (God) and Agni (fire), from his naval the air, from his head the sky, from his feet the earth, from the ears the points of the compass – nothing, nobody is omitted.

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Valmiki Ramayana : Sundara Kanda

By: K M K Murthy; Kishore Vasudeva Kopalle

The famous Sundara Kanda of Valmiki Ramayana, an epic from India.

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The Separation of Godhead : Volume I,I

By: Avinash Patra, Sir.

The Pure Divine Love Separation between Hindu Godhead Sri Krishna and His Consort Srimati Radharani,

The Pure Divine Love Separation between Hindu Godhead Sri Krishna and His Consort Srimati Radharani,

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Where Men and Gods Fear to Tread : Beyond the Lies

By: Justin Ronk

Where Men and Gods Fear to Tread lays out the intertwined nature of all major world religions and even shows the religion from which they are all descended (the Urreligion). It also incorporates discussion of every major world's religions basic practices, philosophies, and shortcomings.

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For Those Who Call for Light : Learning How to Think About Religio...

By: Dennis Leroy Stilwell

Learning how to think about religion. Accounting for religious experience and the esoteric spiritual process in our thinking about "God" and the Greater Reality.

Reality Is. Religion is what we make it. Reality Is, prior to mind. Religion is what we make it, with the mind. Religion without experience in the Greater Reality is often worthy of criticism. But that criticism misses the point. Such religion, rightly engaged, is, as we have seen, only a foundation. Without experience in the Greater Reality neither the atheist nor the religionist has the genuine discrimination to either criticize the other or defend him or herself...

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Hinduism Today : Bhutan's Hindu Refugees, Volume January/February/...

By: Various

The January-February-March, 2010 is unusually rich in compelling and enlightening articles. So, what's inside that so rich? 1. The 21st century's first major Hindu migration It's a little-know story, full of bad policies, forced resettlements, decades of right denied and spirits not broken. Follow the whole tale as some 60,000 Hindus, chased out of their native Bhutan, end up in refugee camps in Nepal for 19 years. Finally, they are offered a permanent home in the US...

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Hinduism Today : At Lord Balaji's Feet in Tirupate, Volume January...

By: Various

The January/February/March 2006 issue of Hinduism Today features Lord Vishnu's famed South Indian temple of Tirupati, Andra Pradesh, India.

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Hinduism Today : Sri Madva: Making a Difference, Volume July/Augus...

By: Various

This issue contains an fully-illustrated, 16-page Educational Insight that takes you on a journey into the life and teachings of one of India's greatest masters, Sri Madhvacharya. His tale is full of philosophical growth, amazing encounters during his youth, magical happenings and deep interpretations of the ancient Dharma. If you ever wanted to understand the pure dual path, and compare it with Sankaran advaita, this is the resource for you. So, which of the Gods is ...

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Hinduism Today : Lord Murugan's Six Temple Pilgrimage, Volume Octo...

By: Various

The October/November/December 2007 issue of Hinduism Today has a feature story on the six famous temples for Lord Murugan in Tamil Nadu, South India.

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Armageddon

By: Paraskevos, Dr.

A spiritual book that tells the real Truth of God. And the true Path to God. A pragmatic Path we could walk easily, smoothly, within a normal human lifetime.

WHO IS GOD ? Then Moses asked God, “When I come to the children and say to them, ‘God has sent me to you.’ And they say to me, ‘What is His name?’ What shall I tell them?” And God answered, “ I AM WHO I AM. Thus you shall say to the children – I AM has sent me to you.” -Exodus, 3 This is how God presented Himself before a prophet. But what actually He meant by that ? What is this I that He refers to? What is His I ?

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Scientific-Spiritual Center "Swami"

By: Vladimir Antonov

Outlines Scientific-Spiritual Center "Swami"'s guidelines and goals.

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Questions and Answers

By: Vladimir Antonov; T. Danilevich, translator

Questions and answers from conversations with the school's students.

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About our School

By: Vladimir Antonov; T. Danilevich, translator

We made our initial steps on the spiritual Path within the bounds of healing, hatha-yoga, and orthodox Christianity, we studied among other works, by Roerichs and Blavatskaya. Later we managed quite soon to get a firm footing on the monotheistic Path to God unencumbered by heathen round-about wandering. Of great help in this respect was the thorough study of experience of major religious trends and schools. As our goal and Teacher we chose the Father-God (or in other ...

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Talks with God

By: Vladimir Antonov; T. Danilevich, translator

Here is the subject for you to reflect upon. There exists three approaches: 1. Self perfection depends only on God, 2. Only on personal efforts, 3. On joint efforts.

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About Rajneesh

By: Vladimir Antonov; T. Danilevich, translator

Rajneesh is one of our contemporaries (he left his body in 1990 at the age of 59) who in reality achieved the Divine Perfection and mastered the supreme Wisdom and Love, as well as got rooted in Brahman's dimension and obtained the ability to unite with Ishvara.

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Healing

By: Vladimir Antonov; Maxim Shafeyev, translator

But there exists spheres in which people apply their knowledge in bioenergetics consciously and in a controlled way. One of them is healing. Healing consists of bioenergetic diagnostics and bioenergetic therapy. Let us discuss their major forms.

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The Jesus Prayer

By: Vladimir Antonov; M. Shafeyev, translator

We have already mentioned that the self-development of a person is conducted along three major lines: ethical, intellectual, and psychoenergetic. At that, the ethical one is most important. As Juan Matus put it, God provides according to our impeccability. In other words, He allows us to approach Him, to experience increasing joy, happiness from contacts with Him, and bliss of spiritual life — as we proceed in terms of our ethical self-perfection.

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Raja and Buddhi-Yoga : Their Place in the Evolution

By: Vladimir Antonov; T. Danilevich, translator

Yoga is the path to merging with God. But what is God?

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Basic Principles of Yoga

By: Vladimir Antonov; T. Danilevich, translator

On Basic Principles of Yoga by Vladimir Antonov. Translated by T. Danilevich. Yoga is the name of the Teaching of the means of achieving spiritual perfection.

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Ethics of Tao Te Ching

By: Vladimir Antonov, compiler; T. Danilevich, translator

Ethics of Tao Te Ching. Compiled by V. Antonov. Translated from 1991 Russian revised edition of. "Fundamentals of the World Religious Ethics" by T. Danilevich.

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