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Uddhava Gita: The final teachings of Krishna - Pocket Book By Vasu K Brown, MD
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The Uddhava-Gita, which is embedded in the Bhagavata-Purana, mentions eighteen paranormal powers (siddhi) that are the product of sensory control, regulation of the life force (prana), and intense... More > concentration upon the Divine. Eight of these powers are said to pertain to Krishna himself, i.e., the great powers of miniaturization, magnification, levitation, etc. The other ten powers are said to result from the yogin's perfection of the sattva or luminosity aspect of the human personality or mind. Lord Krishna, who instructs the sage Uddhava, captures the esoteric principle underlying these practices when he declares in stanza 10.26: "Whatever a person who is attached to Me contemplates with his higher mind (buddhi), with the lower mind (manas) being firmly yoked in Me, that he will attain." In other words, we become what we contemplate with sufficient intensity.< Less
Uddhava Gita: The final teachings of Krishna - Pocket Book By Vasu K Brown, MD
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The Uddhava-Gita, which is embedded in the Bhagavata-Purana, mentions eighteen paranormal powers (siddhi) that are the product of sensory control, regulation of the life force (prana), and intense... More > concentration upon the Divine. Eight of these powers are said to pertain to Krishna himself, i.e., the great powers of miniaturization, magnification, levitation, etc. The other ten powers are said to result from the yogin's perfection of the sattva or luminosity aspect of the human personality or mind. Lord Krishna, who instructs the sage Uddhava, captures the esoteric principle underlying these practices when he declares in stanza 10.26: "Whatever a person who is attached to Me contemplates with his higher mind (buddhi), with the lower mind (manas) being firmly yoked in Me, that he will attain." In other words, we become what we contemplate with sufficient intensity.< Less
Uddhava Gita: The final teachings of Krishna & The lesser known companion to Bhagavad-Gita By Vasu K Brown, MD
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The Uddhava-Gita, which is embedded in the Bhagavata-Purana, mentions eighteen paranormal powers (siddhi) that are the product of sensory control, regulation of the life force (prana), and intense... More > concentration upon the Divine. Eight of these powers are said to pertain to Krishna himself, i.e., the great powers of miniaturization, magnification, levitation, etc. The other ten powers are said to result from the yogin's perfection of the sattva or luminosity aspect of the human personality or mind. Lord Krishna, who instructs the sage Uddhava, captures the esoteric principle underlying these practices when he declares in stanza 10.26: "Whatever a person who is attached to Me contemplates with his higher mind (buddhi), with the lower mind (manas) being firmly yoked in Me, that he will attain." In other words, we become what we contemplate with sufficient intensity.< Less
Uddhava Gita: The final teachings of Krishna & The lesser known companion to Bhagavad-Gita By Vasu K Brown, MD
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The Uddhava-Gita, which is embedded in the Bhagavata-Purana, mentions eighteen paranormal powers (siddhi) that are the product of sensory control, regulation of the life force (prana), and intense... More > concentration upon the Divine. Eight of these powers are said to pertain to Krishna himself, i.e., the great powers of miniaturization, magnification, levitation, etc. The other ten powers are said to result from the yogin's perfection of the sattva or luminosity aspect of the human personality or mind. Lord Krishna, who instructs the sage Uddhava, captures the esoteric principle underlying these practices when he declares in stanza 10.26: "Whatever a person who is attached to Me contemplates with his higher mind (buddhi), with the lower mind (manas) being firmly yoked in Me, that he will attain." In other words, we become what we contemplate with sufficient intensity.< Less
Uddhava Gita: The final teachings of Krishna & The lesser known companion to Bhagavad-Gita By Vasu K Brown, MD
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The Uddhava-Gita, which is embedded in the Bhagavata-Purana, mentions eighteen paranormal powers (siddhi) that are the product of sensory control, regulation of the life force (prana), and intense... More > concentration upon the Divine. Eight of these powers are said to pertain to Krishna himself, i.e., the great powers of miniaturization, magnification, levitation, etc. The other ten powers are said to result from the yogin's perfection of the sattva or luminosity aspect of the human personality or mind. Lord Krishna, who instructs the sage Uddhava, captures the esoteric principle underlying these practices when he declares in stanza 10.26: "Whatever a person who is attached to Me contemplates with his higher mind (buddhi), with the lower mind (manas) being firmly yoked in Me, that he will attain." In other words, we become what we contemplate with sufficient intensity.< Less
What would I be if I were Krishna? - Learn What makes you Act? By Vasu Brown
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This book is a children's way of understanding teachings of Krishna from Chapter Ten of Bhagavad Gita. There are three phases for this game. The First Phase you Monkey what Krishna Says. The Second... More > Phase you become Krishna and the Third Phase of the Game you can make and break the rules and be one with the Creator! This book is an attempt from a child's point of view what he can be if he were Krishna. I came across the idea for this book during a play session with my kids and we played a game called "What would I be if I were an animal or a plant" and I mentioned Krishna choose to be a Lion and a Fig tree. My kids wanted to learn more so I decided to write this book.< Less
What would I be if I were Krishna? - Learn What makes you Act? By Vasu Brown
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This book is a children's way of understanding teachings of Krishna from Chapter Ten of Bhagavad Gita. There are three phases for this game. The First Phase you Monkey what Krishna Says. The Second... More > Phase you become Krishna and the Third Phase of the Game you can make and break the rules and be one with the Creator! This book is an attempt from a child's point of view what he can be if he were Krishna. I came across the idea for this book during a play session with my kids and we played a game called "What would I be if I were an animal or a plant" and I mentioned Krishna choose to be a Lion and a Fig tree. My kids wanted to learn more so I decided to write this book.< Less
What would I be if I were Krishna? - Actions are your only Possesions Learn What makes you Act? By Vasu Brown
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This book is a children's way of understanding teachings of Krishna from Chapter Ten of Bhagavad Gita. There are three phases for this game. The First Phase you Monkey what Krishna Says. The Second... More > Phase you become Krishna and the Third Phase of the Game you can make and break the rules and be one with the Creator! This book is an attempt from a child's point of view what he can be if he were Krishna. I came across the idea for this book during a play session with my kids and we played a game called "What would I be if I were an animal or a plant" and I mentioned Krishna choose to be a Lion and a Fig tree. My kids wanted to learn more so I decided to write this book.< Less
Symbols and Teachings in the Bhagavad Gita By Moises Aguilar
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A definitive guide for the understanding of the Bhagavad Gita. Moises Aguilar identifies the main concepts in the Gita, explains them in a simple and approachable manner, and connects them to our... More > culture to make its teachings relevant to our everyday lives.< Less
The Carpenter's Carpet By Ian D. K. Kelly
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THE STORIES in “The Carpenter’s Carpet” are all teaching stories from old traditions and religions. The three Krishna stories about God’s hidden power & personal contact... More > (“Birthday Party”, “A Pot of Butter” and “Swimming”) come from Hinduism. There are Sufi teaching tales too, showing how the mind can move faster than all things and yet be deflected by inattention (“The Woodcutter’s Horse”, “The Carpenter’s Carpet”, “The Kurd’s Camel” and “Think Ahead”). The story of Noah is from the Old Testament, and “Yellow Coat” and “Sparrows” are from the Apocryphal New Testament. “Diamond Cut Diamond” is a Sikh tale from Bengal. Pay attention and dream; think far and look near; remember that love is the most powerful weapon of all. Smile – and perhaps you will find another Woodcutter’s way of moving between worlds.< Less