A first-hand biographical record, written by a disciple, presents the teachings and mystical experiences of Sri Ramakrishna, the 19th century guru who inspired a renewal of Hindu spirituality.
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The profound teachings of a great mystic come to life More than a century after the passing of Ramakrishna, one of Indias greatest exemplars of God-consciousness and mystical union, his message of harmony and tolerance still inspires millions of people, both in the East and around the world.
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"God alone is the doer, and none else..." SRI RAMAKRISHNA PARAMAHAMSA Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (1836-1886) is one of the most revered sages of 19th century India. A renowned mystic and yogi, he was considered an avatar, a divine incarnation. He was influenced by several ancient spiritual traditions such as Bhakti (which included his supreme devotion toward the goddess Kali), Tantra, and Advaita Vedanta. The most comprehensive work on Ramakrishna and his teachings is The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna. The book records conversations between Ramakrishna, his disciples and visitors. The subject of non-doership has echoed through the ages in the Indian scriptures, and also been advocated by spiritual masters. In fact, it is the primary underlying message in the Bhagavad Gita. The light that Ramakrishna shed on the subject in The Gospel has been the specific focus of this small book. When masters like Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa consistently point to the teaching of non-doership, it would help to listen to their words with an open mind. Allowing the seeds that have been planted by the teaching to sprout, will enable one to flow through life's brief journey with equanimity.
A Walk with Four Spiritual Guides is Andrew Harvey's very personal introduction to Krishna's lessons on the immortality of the soul, Buddha's description of the fundamental role of mental conditioning in making us who we are, Jesus' portrayal of the Kingdom of God as a present fact about the world, and Ramakrishna's teachings on the truth of all religions. Enhanced with accessible translations of each guide's essential teachings and facing pages of guided commentary from experts, Harvey offers his own experiences of learning from their wisdom and gives you deeper insight into their message for today.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sri Sri Ramakrishna Kathamrita is a Bengali five-volume work by Mahendranath Gupta (1854-1932) which recounts conversations and activities of the 19th century Indian mystic Ramakrishna, and published consecutively in years 1902, 1904, 1908, 1910 and 1932. The Kathamrita is a regarded as a Bengali classic and revered among the followers as a sacred scripture. Several English translations exist; the most well-known is The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, by Swami Nikhilananda of the Ramakrishna Order. This translation has been criticized as inaccurate by Jeffrey Kripal, while others such as Lex Hixon and Swami Tyagananda have regarded the translation as authentic and culturally sensitive.