Hindu Mysticism: Philosophy & Religion
An outstanding scholar of both Indian and Western Philosophy has elucidated in several separate chapters, the Hindu Mysticism, Philosophy and Religion as reflected in these ancient Upanisadic texts in a very lucid and clear language and flowing style. He has not only crystal clear understanding of the basic doctrines and principles of Hindu view of life as reflected in the Upanisads but also has deep insight into the subject of exposition. He has very often referred to and compared the philosophical standpoints held by Western philosophers.
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Chapters Pages I Hindu Mysticism 112
Phases of Immediate Experience 1346
The Upanisadic View of Truth 4779
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Absolute active adept archetypal aspect Atman attitude attraction becomes Bindu bliss Brahman Brhadaranyaka calm centre Chandogya complete conception concrete confined contradiction cosmic creation creative delight denies detachment distinction dynamic divine elasticity enjoys essence eternal duration evolution expanse experience expression feeling felt final finer finest finite forces former formless forms freedom fruition functioning gives harmony Hence highest Hiranyagarbha ideal ideas identity illumination immanent immortal Person impersonal implies infinite inspiration intellectual intelligence intuition Isvara knowledge latter light limitation luminosity mental mind mystic consciousness nature oscillation path perception philosophy planes of existence possible Prakrti Prana pranic present psyche psychic psychism Purusa Ramanuja Rayi reality realization realm receptive reference reveals rhythm Sahkara Saksl seeker sense shining silence soul space spontaneity subtle supermind supramental vision Susupti tension texts timeless touch transcendence transcendental true truth understanding unique unity Upanisads Upasana urges Vamadeva Vedanta Vedas Vidya Vijnana vital wisdom Yajnavalkya