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Rituals and Prayers for Spiritual Realization: Practicing the Hindu Traditions with full understanding (Basic Concepts of Hindu Religion Book 4) Kindle Edition
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This EBook presentation, in 108 lessons, is explaining all the rituals and the Devotional prayers understanding the principles behind these routines as blind following at the same time understanding the meaning behind the several prayer routines in Devotional path as also in the rituals followed in the Practice of the Veda teachings with rituals for Fire and water along with prayers to the natural elements. Hindu traditions express the three “gunas” of individuals, as Tamasika, Rajasika and Sathvika. While the Tamasika is a blind following without questioning or understanding but with a blind following of the devotion with fear, it is also expected to be followed by everyone as part of a spiritual discipline even by the well-educated Sathvika. While the study of the Vedas, the Upanishads and philosophy in Jñãna yoga and also the following of the Rãja yoga with meditation are considered by some as a superior path, we need to understand that the path of Karma Yoga and Bhakthi Yoga with the rituals and devotional prayers are also equally relevant and effective in our seeking the Supreme Truth with daily practice for everyone with enough Spiritual discipline. This may appear like a blind tradition, but the common man understands the goal of realization and is fully satisfied. This is well explained in all the religious texts. The Upanishads explain the Supreme God as Truth and at the same me allows enough freedom for prayers to subordinate divinities as Upa-Devathas or Demi-Gods. This study also deals and compares with various groups in their approach to this Reality and also has a comparative look at other world religious groups and their thoughts as quite comparable. It explains the principles of this truth as in our ancient tradition and practice in detail for the students about the Religion as a Dharma of the teachings. Here we study the messages given to us in the Karma parts of the Védas, Mĩmãmsa Dharsana, Ãgamas, Dharma Shãstra and also the common traditions followed for prayer services and Nithya Karma. This will explain how a Spiritual discipline and mental conditioning is attained by these prayers and rituals to get the ultimate Spiritual Realization as much as one can get from deep meditation and intensive study of texts to attain that Intuitive Wisdom. These lessons are useful for practicing Hindus around the world to get the proper understanding of the several paths in their faith and their beliefs. The various forms of practices are explained along with the true Unity in the principles that lies beneath the diversity in these various paths being taught.
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