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Beyond Religion By Sri Joydip
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Inspired by the saying “Don’t follow the footstep of wise, seek what they sought” this collection of essays are written in Speaking tree at first, and later compiled as a book, to... More > seek what Rishis and Swamis, sought through his life on Spiritual regeneration of world , by education of Spiritual values and spreading it , known as Vidya – Vatra in Sanskrit.< Less
Bindu: Pinnacle of the Three Streams of Yoga, Vedanta and Tantra By Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati
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(8 1/2 x 11, B&W, 42 pages) Bindu means Point or Dot, is sometimes likened to a Pearl, and is often related to the principle of a Seed. There literally is a stage of Meditation in which all... More > experiences collapse, so to speak, into a point from which they all arose in the first place. Bindu is near the end of the subtlest aspect of mind, after which one transcends mind. It is near the end of time, space, and causation, and is the doorway to the Absolute. Bindu is the convergence point of Meditation, Contemplation, Prayer, and Mantra, and is part of the mystical, esoteric aspect of many, if not most religions and meditative traditions. Bindu is an actual, experienced reality, which is the convergence point of the highest principles and practices of Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra. Seeking the Bindu serves as an organizing principle and focal point for all of the practices intended to lead one to direct experience. (This article is from SwamiJ.com)< Less
Bindu: Pinnacle of the Three Streams of Yoga, Vedanta and Tantra By Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati
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(8 1/2 x 11, B&W, 42 pages) Bindu means Point or Dot, is sometimes likened to a Pearl, and is often related to the principle of a Seed. There literally is a stage of Meditation in which all... More > experiences collapse, so to speak, into a point from which they all arose in the first place. Bindu is near the end of the subtlest aspect of mind, after which one transcends mind. It is near the end of time, space, and causation, and is the doorway to the Absolute. Bindu is the convergence point of Meditation, Contemplation, Prayer, and Mantra, and is part of the mystical, esoteric aspect of many, if not most religions and meditative traditions. Bindu is an actual, experienced reality, which is the convergence point of the highest principles and practices of Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra. Seeking the Bindu serves as an organizing principle and focal point for all of the practices intended to lead one to direct experience. (This article is from SwamiJ.com)< Less

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