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. Page 1. AGHORA. At the Left Hand of God. ROBERT E. SVOBODA. Page 2. EASTERN RELIGION / TANTRA. US$ ISBN 52 The first book in the Aghora trilogy which features the teachings of Dr. Svoboda’s mentor, the Aghori Vimalananda. Written almost entirely in Vimalananda’s own.
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Reading it doesn’t look feel as terrifying as the book cover makes it look and that’s perhaps the most important lesson to learn from Aghora, there’s really nothing to be afraid of.
It has cleared so many doubts and provided deeper understanding about spirituality n the roberh of energy. Perhaps this too is a duality we need to leave behind and see in the light of the deep wisdom it expounds. Have you ever xvoboda wondering? To explain this concept Vimalananda uses the backdrop of the Bombay racecourse as a potent metaphor for the ultimate game of life, where destinies and fortunes are forged or lost at the finish line.
The Aghora Avoboda – a set of three books that were so fascinating that I finished them all in a fortnight. Aghota as if Vimalananda is speaking to you. It is just so much more than knowledge on the Aghora cult. In so doing, it offers these ancient paradigms access into the practice of modern healing for a synergistic, inclusive approach. Our recently acquired sense of pluralism might conflict with this sort of dogmatism, but Vimalananda isn’t invested in changing the world, nor lecturing Westerners on how to organize aghra society.
It is not for the faint hearted nor for the strict conservative. Kundalini, the root from which all spiritual experiences sprout, has remained secret for so long because it cannot be explained, only experienced. I wish I’d read it years back when I had been suggested the book. The second book in the Aghora trilogy featuring Dr. At the Left Hand of God is the first book in the Aghora trilogy.
Taken from the Vedic tradition, it honors the planet Saturn, who personifies time, limitation, svpboda, and all forms of adversity.
It also makes you realise that your karma is going to tie you to rnabandhana forever, and there’s only a lucky few who’d be able to break those ties. Clear, concise and definitely – don’t try this at home.
Aghora: At the Left Hand of God
I am human, I make mistakes. Other books in the series.
These two indigenous healing arts that arose independently in China and India communed and exchanged experience, techniques, and therapeutic substances over the epochs of their development. By the time I reached to the end of the book, I knew of so many things we do wrong today.
Aghora: At the Left Hand of God v. I : Robert E. Svoboda :
Agnora move on to Book II soon. The book not only accounts for numerous incidents of his life but profound insight into the Indian philosophy of Karma and rnanubandh karmik debts. See 2 questions about Aghora…. Svoboda present a synthesized approach to horoscope compatibility analysis, developed over years of svonoda.
If you are even a little ‘witchy’ this book will become your bible. This is a pioneer effort in examining side by side two great systems of medicine, studying closely the historical, theoretical and practical relationships. To readers he offered this warning: It’s all part of nature, so why not embrace it? Designed partly to shock and partly to comfort, but roberf as an offering to his Beloved, Aghora is as clear a picture as possible of a man who w Aghora: Aug 15, Leeanna rated it it was amazing.
This is perhaps the best way to really get the know Aghora, through stories, anecdotes, witty yet wise aphorisms and stern truthfulness. Less of the philosophy of Shiva and it’s link and evolution to the way of life and outlook of Aghoris. In addition, the author shed light on the epic poem Ramayana, and explains it in a way that is illuminating for the The Aghora Triology – a set of three books that were so aguora that I finished them all in a fortnight.
Wghora highly recommend the series for anybody interested in ancient Indian spiritual practices. Jan 01, Gregory Peters rated it liked it.