Eternal Love Story of Shiva-Shakti: Commentary on the First Chapter of Dnyadev's Anubhavamrut, Based on the Discourses by Mahayogi Swami Umananda Saraswati
Om̐ Prakashan, 2005 - Advaita - 268 pages
Commentary on 1st chapter of Amr̥tānubhava, Marathi classical on Advaita Vedanta philosophy by Jñānadeva, fl. 1260.
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Abhav Amrut Anubhavamrut appear Atman attained beautiful become aware become Priyu body called Chakra consciousness couple created creation disciple dissolve divine joy divine light divine love divine power divine touch divine vibration Dnyandev says Dnyandev wants Dnyaneshwari duality enjoy everlasting bliss everything existence experience the divine experienced external world feeling of love fragrance fusion of Shiva-Shakti give Goddess gross Guru Guru's Gurudev happiness heart Hence human jaggery Kashmir Shaivism keep Kundalini is awakened live Lord Ganesh love arises manifested Marathi Marathi language means mind and intellect mutual love mystical Naman nature never Nivrittinath nothingness Parvati person Priyu and Praneshwari realization relation romanticism salutation Samadhi Satguru scientists Shiva and Shakti Shree Siddha Siddha Yoga Similarly sorrow spiritual spiritualists Swami Muktananda things thoughts totally touch of divinity true love truth Turiya understand Upanishad Vairagya Vedanta verse Dnyandev whole world word worldly Yoga Yoga Nidra yogi