diamond sutras: Commentary on the Sutras

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Commentaries and interpretations of various sections of the Sutras. Based upon the
Edward Conze Translation of the Vajracchedica-Pragna-paramite Sutra.
By Yogi A.S. Narayana

 The author being a Western Yogi sets out to gain the merit and the blessing of the
Buddha by demonstrating and illuminating the Sutra tooters to his best capacity and in
accordance with his particular experience in Samadhi. The author is a European eclectic
who is familiar with most of the esoteric classics of Chinese, Tibetan, Indian, Persian,
Arabic, Greek and Egyptian Antiquity. He is in no capacity a Buddhist scholar, a
Linguist, or and Orientalist. Far from being a theologian, Narayana is a practicing
Samadhi to the reader in both, Eastern and Western terminology.
He sets out to strip the sacred text to its utmost nakedness and truth. This is by
eradicating addenda. Irrelevant dogma, and outright inventions. He stripe the Sutra of
mythological phantasms, dogmatic and scholastic speculations, and outright fantasies by
theocracy. He attempts to eliminate from the Sutra anything that in his view the Buddha




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What is the difference between a sage and theologian. Well, it is quite simple in fact it is so simple that people don't understand it. It has to do with Samadhi or the divine cloud that is in the body of the sage. Where as the theologian has no Samadhi or divine cloud just a mind that just keeps remembering facts that it read and that the person learned from others. Which means he had no personal experience with God or the Divine Cloud. The Yogi sets out to strip the sacred text to its utmost nakedness and truth. This is what one will learn by reading this book. Greg Henry Waters  

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Yogi Narayana was born Alfred Schmielewski in Eastern Prussia, Germany in 1928. In
the 1970's, he was given the name Narayana for a pen name by his German publishers.
During his childhood, he was educated by private tutors in Berlin. In 1935, at the age of
seven, he became a disciple of a Himalayan sage by whom he was introduced into the
ancient and venerable culture of Yoga. Narayana attended the Berlin Master College of
Industrial Art and Design and the Academy of Art in Berlin. He became a noted painter.
During the 1.950's, some of his work was acquired by the German National Gallery.
( Stats Museum des Zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts.)
During the 1950's, he received a number of occult treatments from the famous Doctor
Stoermer, a renowned sensitive and Savant. He was a practitioner of unusual medical
systems, related to psychosomatic Alchemy.
The Doctor had attained certain paranormal and supernatural powers during his studies
in the East. These referred to Tumo Yoga and the control of Prana, Apana, Udana and
the Kundalini Shakti.
These exotic treatments resulted in permanent changes in the functions of the author's
Chakras and in the capacity and functions of his endocrine and his nervous systems. The
process finally culminated in the arousal of Kundalini Shakti. By the age of 30,
Narayana had become a Yogi and an Initiate of ancient mental cultures.
In 1956, Narayana married Bianca Rogge, a renowned Latvian master and Guru of the
modern interpretive dance. She was a master pupil of the famed MaryAcademy of the Dance. The author and his wife lived in Toronto Canada since the early
1.960's and conducted here a school of the classic Yoga sciences. His wife conducted. a
renowned school of the Modern Interpretive dance.
Since the 1960's, Narayana conducts a little known Academy for advanced esoteric
studies. This exclusive private school is to the best of his knowledge North America's
only bona fide school of initiation. The author in fact has been unable to locate any such
school anywhere in North America. He does not regard Masonic ritual in terms of
initiation. As it is the case with all traditional schools of initiation, the establishment was
always closed to the public and it, was never publicized. Members are appointed and
only admitted after absolving proper examinations and going through a probationary
period. The School expounds until this day the perennial philosophy by means of the
Socratic Dialogue. Oral transmissions of sacred knowledge are frequently handed on to
qualified students and the tuition is for free.
In the early 1970's, Narayana's Western Book of the Dead was published by Richard
'Chikovski in West Berlin. He has also published a Hatha Yoga Text book in Canada,
and various internal publications of text books for the exclusive use of the members of
his Academy. He also wrote scholarly articles )n issues of world finance and world
politics that were published in the exclusive newsletters of very major Wall Street
Today, Narayana is one of the most renowned and most sought after Sensitive of our
time. He is a corporate political and paranormal advisor to a worldwide Clientele. His
work in ESP was rated and endorsed by science. His paranormal performances are
guaranteed. They count among-st the best of our time. Being a professional ESP.
consultant, he performs paranormal powers on demand. He does this every day of the
year at his corporate offices on a fair professional fee basis.
His paranormal faculties count among st the most reliable of our time. They have
nothing in common with seances, mediums and Gurus in California, Lily dale or at
Virginia Beach. Very occasionally, Narayana demonstrates other Siddhis than prophesy.
He has limited abilities to change or create reality.
Narayana also commands a few of the great Siddhis, which are supernatural powers of
some magnitude.
These are described in the Yoga Aphorism's of the sage Patanjali, the Goroknath
Samhita, the Gherand Samhita and other Yoga related scriptures. Such skills have never
been demonstrated in public, for they are expressions of venerable spiritual cultures. The
Yogi Narayana is a Yogi of the Dharma Megha or in Islamic terms, a Yogi of the sacred
cloud, the Barzakh.

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