By E.B. Cowell,A.E. Gough
By E.B. Cowell,A.E. Gough
By Sri Aurobindo,Anil Baran Roy
By Eli Jaxon-Bear,Gangaji
Everybody desires to be at liberty. regrettably, really few in attaining bliss. Eli Jaxon-Bear explores the way it is feasible to accomplish lives jam-packed with gratitude and love. precise happiness and that means are accomplished, he asserts, once we get up, cease our minds, and open our hearts. it's then that we find our actual selves; our center id that's a part of the last word residing intelligence of the universe; our actual source.
Like Gangaji, Jaxon-Bear makes use of a style of self-investigation referred to as “self-inquiry.” within the mild of direct self-inquiry, barriers that after appeared to outline ourselves are found to be extra like obvious strains drawn on water. They exist in simple terms at the floor of realization in one’s mind's eye. whilst those illusions of brain are essentially uncovered, precise unlimited being unearths itself.
This is a publication that would entice those who find themselves fanatics of Gangaji, Byron Katie, and Eckart Tolle. it's an articulate and valuable expression of a route to success for these wrestling with questions of id and meaning.
By Antony Copley
By Lloyd Ridgeon
By Kate Crosby
The nice battle of the Maha bharata is over. Or is it? it is a unmarried wracked in clash. each side succumbed to treachery. Ashva tthaman, the younger chief of the 3 survivors at the wasting aspect, is incensed at his father’s homicide. He returns after darkish to the now dozing encampment. The sacrifice of the unsuspecting champions, the "Dead of Night," ensues. The 5 sons of Pandu have escaped. After a last disagreement, a missile concern, Ashva tthaman concedes defeat yet redirects his missile into the wombs of the victors’ girls. They miscarry, and can't desire for extra youngsters. Now the survivors, victors and vanquished, needs to fight to appreciate their loss. "The girls" of each side are faced through their men’s mangled corpses in a masterpiece of horror and pathos. yet their powerful curses has to be curbed to bring in a brand new period. Maha bharata Books Ten and 11 provide voice to the vanquished, to the psychology of loss and the conflicting wants for figuring out and revenge.
By Mukunda Rao
By David Frawley
By Giovanna Marconi,Elena Ostanel
By Mathew N. Schmalz,Peter Gottschalk
Focusing on limitations, appropriations, and resistances desirous about Western engagements with South Asian religions, this edited quantity considers either the pre- and postcolonial interval in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. It can pay specific recognition to modern controversies surrounding the research of South Asian religions, together with a number of students’ mirrored image at the contentious response to their very own paintings. different chapters reflect on such matters as British colonial epistemologies, the relevance of Hegel for the research of South Asia, the canonization of Francis Xavier, feminist interpretations of the mummy of the Buddha, and theological dispute between Muslims in Bangladesh and Pakistan. by utilizing the subjects of limitations, appropriations and resistances, this paintings deals perception into the dynamics and variety of Western ways to South Asian religions, and the indigenous responses to them, that avoids uncomplicated active/passive binaries.
Mathew N. Schmalz is affiliate Professor of spiritual reports on the university of the Holy pass. along with writing frequently as a panelist for the Newsweek/Washington publish “On religion” site, he has released in numerous books and journals, together with The background of faith, The magazine of spiritual reports, and technique & conception within the research of Religion.
Peter Gottschalk is Professor of faith at Wesleyan college. he's the writer of past Hindu and Muslim: a number of id in Narratives from Village India and coauthor (with Gabriel Greenberg) of Islamophobia: Making Muslims the Enemy.