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God Talks With Arjuna: The Bhagavad Gita: Royal Science of God Realization. The Immortal Dialogue Between Soul and Spirit,. A New Translation and Commentary (Anglais) Relié – 1 janvier 1995

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GOD TALKS WITH ARJUNA Paramahansa Yogananda's illuminating translation and commentary on the Bhagavad Gita is one of the most comprehensive books available today on the science and philosophy of yoga. This monumental work breaks new ground as a revelation of the Gita's profoundest spiritual psychological and metaphysical truths long obscured by metaphor and allegory. Yogananda clearly outlines the Gita's balanced path of meditation and right activity and shows how we can create for ourselves a life of spiritual integrity serenity simplicity and joy. Includes in-depth discussions on Kriya Yoga - what it is and how it hastens our spiritual evolution. 'All that appears difficult or hard to understand melts away in Yogananda's extensive commentary there is no important aspect of life and human existence that this book does not touch'

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AS A PREEMINENT TREATISE ON YOGA, the renowned Bhagavad Gita speaks both pragmatically and esoterically to embrace the broad spectrum of human seeking that has tor generations sheltered itself in the counsel and solace found in the verses of this beloved scripture. Lire la première page
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J'aime beaucoup cet ouvrage car l'auteur analyse rigoureusement et d'une manière détaillée chaque verset de la Gita, et il se présente en quelque sorte comme une invitation à ne pas se contenter de lire un livre sur la pratique spirituelle mais de chercher à avoir une expérience réelle du Yoga, et en particulier le Kriya Yoga que l'on peut pratiquer en contactant l'éditeur. Je pratique quant à moi le Kriya Yoga, et je pense qu'il n'y a pas de mot pour décrire les bienfaits de cette technique. Alors je vous invite moi aussi à découvrir la merveille que réprésente cette technique.
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HASH(0x96004dbc) étoiles sur 5 Far more than a translation - an illumined commentary 13 novembre 2002
Par richardpinneau.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Just as Yogananda's Autobiography of a Yogi has established itself as peerless and eternal among the masses of spiritual biographies and surveys published each century, God Talks to Arjuna is becoming recognized as that singular presentation of the Bhagavad Gita which will be studied and restudied by sincere seekers and scholars for ages to come. The handsome and lavishly illustrated 1200-page, two-volume set is available in both a finely bound slipcased hardcover edition ... and a surprisingly inexpensive paperback printing ... For a volume that will likely be reconsulted, Bible-like, many times over the years, the hardcover edition is to be recommended if your budget can possibly permit.
Each of the 700 Bhagavad Gita verses is presented in both Sanskrit and English. More importantly, each verse is followed by commentary and expansion that integrates your study of the Gita with the entire spiritual science of Raja (meditative) Yoga. Hundreds of thoughtful commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita have been published over the centuries; some have been finely crafted by brilliant intellects; only a handful have come from realized sages; in this long-awaited Self-Realization Fellowship edition we have the insights of a soul who has experienced and mastered all the spiritual heights extoled by this dearest of Indian scriptures.
Yogananda dictated his commentaries to his most trusted students during retreats to the southern California desert during the late 1940s. Those disciples related how the yoga master would, from his state of samadhi (conscious communion with God), pour out this uninterrupted stream of spiritual erudition throughout the night, surpassing the endurance of his much younger scribes. One close disciple vividly recalls today how merely to enter the room during these divine dictations had the feel of being ''in the very presence of The Divine.'' In meditating lovingly upon his words in these volumes the modern reader may again dip into that Presence.
READING RECOMMENDATION: These volumes are highly distilled spiritual liquor - unsuitable for casual guzzling. The extensive introduction alone provides a spiritual-eye-opening background to the Himalayan heights of India's most venerated scripture. Yogananda therein explains how he applied the special intuitive approach to scripture taught him by his guru, the Puri sage Sri Sri Swami Yukteswarji. From his ability to sustain the highest spiritual state of Nirbikalpa Samadhi, Yogananda would derive his Gita commentary by uniting his consciousness with that of the Gita's author, Vyasa, and of its principles, Bhagavan Krishna and disciple Arjuna. Your intellectual analysis of Yogananda's resulting masterpiece will immediately impress your mind with his ability to reveal multiple levels of meaning from the complexities of the Sanskrit verses; but it will require a gradual digestion of these meanings and quiet reflection (ideally: interspersed with periods of meditation) to begin to assimilate their spiritual potency. As an example of 'gradual' I will mention the approach our local study groups took: reading one page per day, then meeting weekly to meditate and share insights and questions. At this rate the two groups I facilitated each took three years to complete the two volumes - but provided us with our richest spiritual rewards ever. However you pace yourself, first of all SAVOR. Then, best of all, PRACTICE... the guidance offered by Krishna, Vyasa, Arjuna, Yogananda: meditate on The Divinity within and around you.
Namaste. --rp
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HASH(0x95b961e0) étoiles sur 5 The best book I've ever read 11 mai 1999
Par Bill Butler - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Crystals, atheism, ecology, Seinfeild, TV dinners, Prozac, astrology, depth psychology, the rise and fall of the British Empire. But what about where we came from? What happens after death? Why do we suffer? Why are some people happy. Yogananda's life was impeccable. I have looked for dirt everwhere. Found only solid gold. This book is incredible. Atheism postulates a "peaceful nothingness" after death. And since this contradicts Newton's second law, the law of conservation, it too is a religion. In Buddhism, no matter how good a life you have lived, you may be reborn as a hell being if you die a violent death. In Christianity, if you are a wonderful human being, you will go to eternal hell if you are not a Christian. And if you are a rotten apple, don't worry. If you believe in Jesus then He will save you and eternal happiness will be yours. Where can we turn? Existentialism? Humanitarianism? Alcoholism? For answers that are congrruent with science, testimonies, reason, logic and faith. This book does it. Go heavily into psychic research for 10 years. Study comparitive religions for another 10. Meditate for 20 more years. Get a Ph.D in science. And finally, you will most likely end up saying, "Yes, now I understand" after reading and studying this book. It took me 30 years of meaningless searches and trips, and yogis, and psychologists, and scientists to find this book. It was like finding the Holy Grail. The only thing bad about this book is that, once read, you will always come back to it. Always. Even if you don't like what reality spells out for us. Truth can be very addicting. It is like quicksand. You can get stuck in it. And the more you struggle, the harder it becomes to get out of it. I recommend this book highly. So beautifully written. So enlivening. And a bit earth-shattering. Because the pieces fit. The notes rhyme. And you grimace as you say, "Yes. That rings true with everything I've ever experienced, read, or lived through." Enough said. Buy the book if you are one to open Pandora's box. And it is definitely not for people with weak knees.
Bill Butler (WBu6139496@AOL.COM)
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HASH(0x95b96258) étoiles sur 5 TRULY- A MASTERWORK OF MODERN LIVING SCRIPTURE. 29 mars 1998
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I have enjoyed many noteable works of great inspiration, but reading "God Talks With Arjuna", was literally a breathtaking experience. Not just another Gita commentary - this work contains many original spiritual insights and practical, balanced, religious approaches to life that are desparately needed in to-days world. But most of all, PARAMAHANSA YOGANANDA was a Living Example of that ideal Christlike perfection as taught in the Gita and has inspired millions with his "Autobiography of a Yogi". A rewarding in depth revelation awaits any serious, sincere seeker of truth. Especially recommended for the serious religious scholar and devotee. If you have not yet found a satisfying answers to lifes most profound questions, this would be a good place to find clear, simple, practical, spiritual direction and understanding. A complete reference book for living the Spiritual Life and guiding your journey to Self-Realization.
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HASH(0x95b961ec) étoiles sur 5 Superb. A masterpiece. 2 avril 1998
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Essential reading for anyone interested in yoga, whether as a practictioner or as a scholar, this book also offers a lot to those interested in other paths of transformation. This is a brilliantly executed work: verse by verse, the book provides the sanskrit text, the English translation and Yogananda's comprehensive commentary mining the Gita's many levels of meaning. For example, Yogananda explores the Gita's depiction of events (the armies of Arjuna and his brothers arrayed against their foes) as an allegory for every aspirant's internal struggle between the forces leading towards spiritual realization and the forces (e.g. sense-slavery, sloth, lack of discrimination)that thwart it. Within this context, he also examines the dialogue between Arjuna and Krishna as a reflection of the inner dialogue between Spirit and soul (hence the "God Talks" title). On other fronts, Yogananda makes connections between the Gita and Pantanjali's Yoga Sutras and the Sankhya philosophical traditions. In ways I am not yet able to articulate, this book helped me bridge the gap between what I categorize--imprecisely I'm sure--as yogic and non-yogic traditions. (By yogic I mean any meditative tradition that predicated on the existence of Spirit, the realization of which serves as the final goal, vs. non-yogic by which I mean meditative traditions that assert Emptiness as the final goal.) Ultimately, what makes this book so powerful is that Yogananda clearly knows whereof he speaks. The result is a book that speaks in direct and practical terms to the aspirant, while also able to satisfy the pedant.
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HASH(0x95b96714) étoiles sur 5 A Humbled Reader from East Quogue, L.I., New York 5 décembre 1999
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After reading "Autobiography of a Yogi", "The Holy Science" and other Self-Realization Fellowship books and pamphlets, I thought I was given the "complete" treasure-trove of The Truth. Wrong! "God Talks With Arjuna: The Bhagavad Gita" is the most detailed and truthful book on creation, life and "death" that I have ever read! It strikes a solid chord within and doesn't let go! Not only that, but it seems to "coincidentally" answer questions that just happen to present themselves in my daily life at just the right moment. It is not an easy read, but in the words of the Great Illumined Master Yogananda, "...the charcoal does not burn red by itself". Don't waste another second--read it now!
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