Mysticism of Hindu Gods and Goddesses
One can be photographed in many poses – likewise, God assumes infinite forms. All appear different, yet all are the same Supreme. Spiritual aspirants on different levels of evolution, having different degrees of mental purity and devotion, cannot worship the same aspect of the Divinty. Therefore, different manifestations of God arise, each having a deep mystic symbolism designed to awaken the mystic powers of the soul. Mysticism of Hindu Gods and Goddesses provides this mystical significance along with a portrait of each deity. Also included is a lengthy section on Avataras (Divine Incarnations).
Pages: 64 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-08-0 | Year Published: 1974
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The most loved and revered scripture in philosophical literature. The highest summit of “Perfection” is Self-realization, the goal of life. “Be ye perfect as your Father in Heaven,” said Lord Jesus. This book, through the teachings given by Lord Krishna to the ideal aspirant Arjuna, summarises beautifully the quest, the goal and the journey.
Pages: 120 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-25-7 | Year Published: 1973
Rare account of Sage Vasistha’s highest teachings to Lord Rama; the most comprehensive exposition of this great Vedantic text to be found anywhere. This masterpiece of Vedanta Philosophy has been among the greatest books ever written. Swami Jyotirmayananda presents for the first time in the English language, this golden set of literary splendor with a wisdom deeply steeped in actual experience. An essential read for all serious spiritual seekers.
Pages: 288 | ISBN: 978-0-934664-30-1 | Year Published: 1977