"Contains selected excerpts from Paramahansa Yogananda's book "The Second Coming of Christ: The Resurrection of the Christ Within You," which book is a commentary on the New Testament gospels and noncanonical source material, focusing on the quest to uncover the original teachings of Jesus"--Provided by publisher.
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Paramahansa Yogananda presents an illuminating explanation of Lord Krishna's sublime Yoga message that he preached to the world - the way of right activity and meditation for divine communion.
This is a modern day true story of the bible coming to life in the 21st century as a mother and son overcome the “sticky” situation of addiction. It contains 12 easy to read chapters turning the 12 steps of recovery on their head, literally by doing yoga inversions. Each chapter highlights one of the 12 miracles experienced by the mother who commemorates them in 12 cupcake recipes with flavors such as: “Out of the Dark Chocolate into the White Light”, and “Go Bananas for God with Peanut Butter,” as she bakes her way through 5pm happy hour instead of drinking. The book shakes up the notion of what an alcoholic looks and acts like. You can be a very successful athlete, professional, and drinker. It dispels the myths that you have to wait to hit rock bottom in order to get help and that getting and staying sober has to be some nail biting miserable ride. Her ride is covered in bumper stickers celebrating the speedbumps overcome along the road to recovery. Join the ride and learn how to “Get Hooked on Hope, One Step at a Time.”
Reinterpreted as a companion to Cayce's spiritual readings on yoga this informative book provides the wisdom of ancient teachings and the means to apply them to your regular practice
For thousands of years Hindu spirituality has understood the profound effect that sound has on our well-being. From this tradition comes The Yoga of Sound, which draws on yoga’s long history of applying sound to reduce stress, maintain health, and invoke spiritual awakenings. In lucid exercises presented both in the book and on accompanying downloadable audio tracks, Russill Paul shows how everyone can learn the art of mantra and how these practices can help to optimize the flow of energy within the body and enhance emotional well-being.
Studies the yogic realization described by Hindu Tantric writers and the personal testimony of a great Eastern Christian mystic, Symeon the New Theologian (949-1022). This title suggests that the awakening of hidden energies in the body can be understood as the fulfilment of a life of faith in Jesus.
Traces the crisis of faith and motorcycle accident that introduced the author to the work of renegade monk Bede Griffiths, describing a twelve-step daily spiritual process incorporating Christian and yoga traditions that can offer an integrative alternative to intolerant religious belief systems. Original.
This is TRUE for Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, Rama, Abraham, Moses, and Muhammad. All of them have narrated the same Thing and the Process, they reached PEACE, SALAM, OM SHANTI . Before they were Blessed with Prophethood, they all had Meditated. That Meditation is known as the prayer of silence or the Process of KRIYA YOGA. I said that I have initiated Jesus. It is TRUE. The Teacher of Jesus was an ANCIENT MAN known as BABAJI, ETERNAL BABAJI. That Babaji was a descendant of Ishmael (luv), and Jesus is a descendant of Isaac (Kush). When Jesus was twelve years old, he was initiated by my Ancient Esprit, and then he has learned those Kriya teachings from me. And can you imagine this, the Christians named this serpent power Shaitan? If you will reverse it, then it will become a Shaitan. IMMORTAL MAHAVATAR BABAJI (You can buy Original PDF by emailing at [email protected]) STAY TUNED TO BABAJI'S TELEGRAM APP FOR UPDATES AND MEDIA https://t.me/MahavatarBabajis_Bot
For serious yoga practitioners curious to know the ancient origins of the art, Stephen Phillips, a professional philosopher and sanskritist with a long-standing personal practice, lays out the philosophies of action, knowledge, and devotion as well as the processes of meditation, reasoning, and self-analysis that formed the basis of yoga in ancient and classical India and continue to shape it today. In discussing yoga's fundamental commitments, Phillips explores traditional teachings of hatha yoga, karma yoga, bhakti yoga, and tantra, and shows how such core concepts as self-monitoring consciousness, karma, nonharmfulness ( ahimsa), reincarnation, and the powers of consciousness relate to modern practice. He outlines values implicit in bhakti yoga and the tantric yoga of beauty and art and explains the occult psychologies of koshas, skandhas, and chakras. His book incorporates original translations from the early Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, the Yoga Sutra (the entire text), the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and seminal tantric writings of the tenth-century Kashmiri Shaivite, Abhinava Gupta. A glossary defining more than three hundred technical terms and an extensive bibliography offer further help to nonscholars. A remarkable exploration of yoga's conceptual legacy, Yoga, Karma, and Rebirth crystallizes ideas about self and reality that unite the many incarnations of yoga.
I do believe that the kind of New Testament survey material that Dr. Imperato has prepared can stimulate the interest of newcomers to the field, especially college undergraduates and others who have a cultural connection to the Bible but very slender acquaintance with it. The observation of parallel versions of the same pericope in the gospels is usually a new and intriguing experience for this constituency, which is often predisposed to consider the sacred texts dryly uniform and threadbare. In respect to Paul, there is next to no undistorted prior exposure to build upon, especially among Catholics, so an introduction to his prominent themes — but only with understanding of his texts as genuine letters, not treatises — can arouse interest in further assisted reading. Dr. Imperato's sketches are properly dedicated to such reading assistance, not to furnishing "cliff notes" in place of the Bible. This is why I think his work can be of considerable educational value. — The Rev. Dr. Richard J. Dillon, Senior Professor of Theology (New Testament), Fordham University, former general editor of the Catholic Biblical Quarterly