Coming Back: The Science of Reincarnation

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Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, 1982 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 134 pages
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The book does read quickly. Gives a good understanding of the Brahman/Hindu view of self-realization, god-realization and what is believed about what the soul constitutes.
It is incorrectly
described as 'scientific' as the book sometimes muddles religious and spiritual terminology. The Vedic texts so many thousands of years ago could also not have foreseen the population explosion of the last century and the real-world impact this would have on the transmigration principle.
Nevertheless this book is clear in its message; that a moral life (which keeps karma in check) is the best possible way to happiness in this life or the next or at last with the godhead.
Omar Fourie (Theologian), South Africa
 

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This book gives the detail explanation in the topic. It has various evident about Reincarnation said by Socrates, Pythagoras, Herman Hesse and various other personals as well. it also explains about ... Read full review

Contents

Socrates to Salinger
1
Changing Bodies
21
Soul Research
41
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Prabhupada is the founder of Acarya of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness. He is recognized as a distinguished teacher of Indian culture and philosophy.

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