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In Search of an Eternal Reality: Spiritual Insight into the Hindu concepts of a Supreme Truth (Basic Concepts of Hindu Religion Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This is an EBook presentation "HR-301: In Search of an Eternal Reality". This explains the Philosophy and Message of the ancient Hindu Sages about concepts of "God", a supreme power as Brahman or Paramãthma, according to all ancient Hindu texts, given in 108 lessons. The Upanishads explain the Supreme God as Truth and at the same time allows enough freedom for prayers to subordinate divinities as Upa-Devathas or Demi-Gods. The same Supreme God is seen and worshipped in Its Formless immanent way as also in several transcendent Manifest forms in all rituals and devotional prayers. This is a very ancient culture and tradition. Hindu Religion is the third most popular religious practice in the world. Hindu religion is practiced as a lifestyle or Dharma by more than a billion people in its various paths and forms, with unity within the diversity that is seen. 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 truth about that One Supreme Immanent Divinity with the tradition of prayers to multiple forms of Gods in worship that often confuses an outsider. 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. While we study the theology to create a God of our convenience, as one that will protect all its creations, we will also consider from the other point of view as to how a Supreme Force would have created this world and all its beings and give them a free will to act and enjoy or suffer from those actions. These 108 lessons are useful for practicing Hindus around the world to get the proper understanding of the several paths in their faith and their beliefs. It will be of great benefit for the students to understand alternate thoughts about the Supreme Reality as “God” and about the subordinate Deities that everyone worships. It will teach them to live in peace with others and within themselves. Here we study about the messages in the Upanishad, Sãnkhya and Vedãntha Dharsanas, teachings of Bhagavad Gita and various Ãgamas to see how we visualize a Supreme Divine Power as the Universal Cosmic Intelligence. 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 as Sanãtana Dharma.
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To bad other religions don’t take the time to study the Ideas of the Hindus about religion! Gandhi allow all the good parts of other religions to influence his thoughts about Truth (God), but, rejected the dogmas of all religions! God Comes to mankind in many forms and ideas, however, God remains (1). All other religions proclaim themselves as the only way to God, however, Hindus proclaim God as Truth and Love ❤️ not rules that proclaim themselves as the only true path to God (For God has Many names in different dialects)! Gandhi saw Truth/Love in all religions, but rejected all rituals/nonsense even in is own religion especially untouchability - and that’s why he read from all books of religion! If we followed his example and Loved all people and Truth, then nasty leaders of all faiths would fade away, and the human species would no longer fight over who’s faith is the right one! Love the teachings in this book - helps explain why Gandhi embraced all religions, and made great friends in all religions (period)!
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