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An essay written by Ma Jaya is included in “The Inner Journey: Views from the Hindu Tradition,” edited by Margaret H. Case. This book offers you a fresh glimpse into the vibrant and ancient Hindu tradition. The thoughtful (and thought provoking) content of this anthology has been drawn from 30 years of “Parabola” magazine. Articles by Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, Yogananda, Easwaran, Coomaraswamy, Aurobindo and others explore what it means to follow the Hindu Tradition. Ma Jaya’s discussion about Hinduism is entitled “Kali Who Swallows the Universe.” It begins with using your breath to reach personal ecstasy and ends discussing how when you are in God love you become the one you love and you’ll never be parted because you are one and the same. The journey between is filled with adventure and personal insight. Chapter one of “The Inner Journey: Views from the Hindu Tradition” explores the universe with a telescope where human dramas are played out on a vast scale. In the following chapters you read about how individuals can live in the world yet remain always with an awareness of the cosmic order. In the final chapters you explore the microcosm of life, consider the mysteries of your own inner self. The book concludes with a helpful glossary and brief profiles of the contributors. “The Inner Journey” provides plenty of food for thought and information on how to go further in your explorations if you so choose. “The Inner Journey” is simply satisfying to the curious individual. –

  • Paperback, 300 pages.
  • Published by Morning Light Press, 2006.
  • Topics included in “The Inner Journey: Views from the Hindu Tradition” are: attention, the search for self, transformational knowledge, worldly and divine works.
  • Contains 60 essays, folk tales, and interviews from the pages of “Parabola” magazine.
  • A colorful 16-page set of images is included to give you a sample of the rich, diverse visual Hindu aesthetic.

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