Transcendental Vision of Sri Ram By M L Agrawal

Transcendental Vision of Sri Ram By M L Agrawal
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Transcendental Vision of Sri Ram By M L Agrawal

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PREFACE
Nature has endowed the humanity with a great potentiality of thoughts, emotions and vision in his own heart and mind. A human being is free to evolve further as a high order of human being to enjoy the birth and span of life as a human being with materialistic affluence coupled with peace and bliss or to down grade himself as a low order of human being and undergo the unabated process of birth, death and rebirth coupled with all kinds of intellectual and emotional stress, in the heart and mind. The human life is the only medium through which any one can evoke the three most coveted thoughts, emotions and vision of Bhakti, Gyan and Vairagya in his heart and mind and live in peace and bliss while alive in this life. Yogis, Saints, Sages, Rishis perceived, evolved, practiced and then perpetuated 'Sumarin' as a sadhana to evolve oneself. Sumarin denotes To listen, recite and dwell on the divine name, rup and deeds. There is no dearth of divine and spiritual scriptures which have been written and propogated with the sole purpose to help the humanity to evolve itself and live a life in peace and bliss. Sumarin activates the inner vision to perceive and differentiate good from bad. Sumarin activates the thoughts, emotions and vision of Bhakti, Gyan and Vairagya in the heart and mind. This book 'Transcendental vision of Sri Ram', if read with awareness and patience then it shall activate the transcendental vision- the inner vision, the inner perception to perceive the peace and bliss in your own heart and mind in its essence with subtlety and transcendency of symbolism.
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CONTENTS Chapter
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1. The purpose of Advent
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2. Shiv Sati-Ram darshan