The Aghora books have been embraced world-wide for their frankness in broaching subjects generally In this third volume of the Aghora trilogy the Ag More. Aghora: At the Left Hand of God is the first book in the Aghora trilogy. Written almost entirely in Vimalananda’s own words, it presents events from his life, tenets. Posted May 29, This trilogy forms a portion of the story of the Aghori Vimalananda. An aghori is a practitioner of Aghora, the spiritual discipline that takes.
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Trying to understand a spiritual concept by reading a book, is an exercise in futility, since all that we read therein are 3rd party accounts, hearsay, claims, and sundry tall tales. Apr 16, Pallavi Duffy rated it it was amazing. Wondering about everything and anything? A short introductory book on the ancient Indian healing system known as Ayurveda.
East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. During and after his formal Ayurvedic training he was also tutored in Ayurveda, Tfilogy, Jyotish, Tantra and allied subjects by his mentor, the Aghori Vimalananda. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Designed partly to shock and partly to comfort, but wholly as an offering to his Beloved, Aghora is a picture of a man who was a riddle wrapped up in an enigma.
Clearly, a book that falls into many categories. Home Categories Archives Log in. Contrary to the common misunderstanding that aghori’s are hedonists, Vimalananda asserts that they are as When I picked up this book I assumed this would be a standard work dealing with the history, practise and philosophy of Aghora.
The series revolves around the interactions and trulogy that the trilkgy had with the Aghori. Who would spend 3 years of his life with an Aghor, making a first-person account of his teachings and would also cremate him after his death?
The Aghora series need to be treated no differently. I have come across many guru’s and Vimalananda is one of the few who I felt to be genuine, sticking up to his guns and having only one ambition, selflessly loving Kali, the mother of all.
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Jyotish maintains that by considering the state of the cosmos when an event occurs we can begin to understand its nature, and to prepare an appropriate response. This is a pioneer effort in examining side by side two great systems of medicine, studying closely the historical, theoretical and practical relationships.
You need to read it to believe it. Jun 12, Amit Srivastava rated it liked it. Also, he states that he is a follower of Pushti marga and naturally shuns mAyAvAda and its preceptor, shankara.
This is a book for those seriously seeking to understand the traditions and beliefs trilogyy mystics have spent lifetimes trying to master. He’s not trying to sell his teachings, it’s too late for that anyways god bless him.
The series elucidates about the reasoning and philosophy behind some of the seemingly bizarre practices of Aghora that the society views with contempt and horror.
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Though some of his practices as described in the book maybe disturbing or shocking to read for some people, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the details. Aghora was to Vimalananda, a deeply rooted internal process that does away with all accepted restrictions to the human capabilities of perception.
Sep 12, Priyanka Pathak rated it really liked it. Astounding tales by Vimalananda and his master yogi friends one of whom has lived for centuries reveal truths with eye opening clarity. Also, Robert Svaboda, the author of the trilogy, wrote to me earlier seeking some information regarding a certain Siddha Purusha both of us are familiar with. Mar 08, Robert M. Five stars for the content. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.
There grilogy never technical grilogy about the teachings of shankara but his criticism of the achArya is generally xghora on popular tales associated with shankara. What are you waiting for? In retrospect, there is trilogg lot of merit in his writings, particularly if you approach it from the idea of entering the dreamlands and exploring aspects of the work that may not necessarily make sense to the rational mind.
This is perhaps the best way to really get the know Aghora, through stories, anecdotes, witty yet wise aphorisms and stern truthfulness.