ISBN 9788187682042,Vedic Mind

Vedic Mind


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ISBN 9788187682042

Indus Vista

Publication Year 2004

ISBN 9788187682042

ISBN-10 8187682043

Hard Back

Number of Pages 201 Pages
Language (English)

Religious Studies

The making of this book exemplifies the ideal of fusing modern pragmatism with ancient wisdom. It has been produced by 4-years young Indusvista Editions, in association with 1200-years old-Sri Sringeri Math. The Book has essence of three great classics Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita and Yoga Sutra and is enlivened with 95 eloquent paintings. What is common and different among animals, men and wise men? All of them are endowed with consciousness. Men who have self-consciousness (sense of "I"),and wise men go a step further: they strive to enhance consciousness of Self (spirit within. Inner Voice). Vedic Mind helps you to know more about your Self. What is common and different between a fanatic, a religious person and a spiritual person? All of them believe in God. A fanatic believes that his God is the only God that everyone should worship. A religious person loves his God and respects God of all religions. A spiritual person sees God everywhere, and not just in a place of worship. Read Vedic Mind if you want to know what is God. Vedanta Upanishads are the world?s most erudite texts on the subject of Self and God are. This book contains their essence. How to face helpless and hopeful situations in life?? Do your duty to the best of your ability and leave the rest to God. Advises the Bhagavad Gita. This book contains it?s essence. How to manage stress and anxiety in daily life? A method that has become popular all over the world is Yoga. This book explains the philosophy behind Yoga, as enunciated in a foundational text, Patanjali Yoga Sutra. ?Vedic Mind? is not about religious traditions that have originated from the sacred Vedas. It is about the interfaith Wisdom that has been revealed in subsequent Vedic classics.

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