Freedom of the Soul: A Post-modern Understanding of Hinduism
This Book Brings A Clear And Insightful Presentation Of The Wisdom Of Hinduism In All Its Fundamental Principles. Another Interesting Feature Of This Book Is The Inclusion Of J. Krishnamurti, Who Is Shown To Be Carrying Forward The Spiritual Quest Of Hinduism-The Quest Of Everlasting Freedom From Bondage To Life In The Temporal World.
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Two Concepts of God and the Devas
Atman and the Jivatman
The Incarnation of God Avatar
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abode achieve action Arjuna atman attachment attain avatara awareness become bhakti body Brihadaranyaka Upanishad Buddhism Chandogya Upanishad concept conditioned Consciousness and Bliss cosmic creative death demerits desire determinate Dhyana divine Reality doctrine duties embodied emotions empirical essence eternal existential experience faith fulfilment Gita God's heaven highest Hinduism human mind identified identity implicated incarnation individual souls ineffable inner Ishwara jivanmukta karmic Krishna Krishnamurti Kundalini law of karma liberated soul living Lord Maharshi manifest means meditation mental moksha moral motive of personal nature Nirguna Brahman non-attachment one's oneself ontological order of existence personal gain perspective philosophy physical pleasures psychological quest Ramana Maharshi Ramanuja realize rebirth relationship religion religious Rig Veda salvation sansara seen self-seeking sense separate Shankara significance simply spiritual freedom spiritual knowledge spontaneity subtle body Supreme surrender temporal things thought transcendence true truth ultimate Reality understanding universal Upanishad Veda virtuous worship yoga yogin