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Vedanta Society of St. Louis

Vedanta For All

by Swami Satprakashananda edited by Ray Ellis

Paperback. 277 pages. ISBN 978-81-7120-934-7
$7.00

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Swami Satprakashananda had the ability to present the subtle nuances of Vedanta philosophy and the Vedantic approach to life’s problems in a clear, captivating and charming manner. This volume was compiled and edited from transcripts of the author's Sunday talks given at the Vedanta Society of St. Louis between 1952 and 1974.

           In an almost conversational tone he discusses the why and wherefore of morality, the role of spiritual teacher, the aura of meditation, the dichotomy of good and evil and the reconciliation between divine grace and the law of karma. He explores also the enigma of maya, the inter-relation between reason, volition and emotion, the use of symbols, the significance of spiritual visions, the power of mantras, and the million dollar question of what happens after death.

Publisher's Note
The Author
  1. The Way of Vedanta
  2. The Moral and Spiritual Foundations of Human Life
  3. The Spiritual Teacher
  4. The Purpose and Practice of Meditation
  5. Good and Evil
  6. Divine Law and Divine Grace
  7. The Mystery of Maya
  8. Reason, Volition, and Emotion
  9. Reincarnation and Heredity
  10. The Doctrine of Karma
  11. Approach to God through Symbol
  12. The Power of the Word
  13. The Ego and the Self
  14. Death and After
  15. Spiritual Visions and Ecstasies
Article originally appeared on Vedanta Society of St. Louis - A Branch of The Ramakrishna Order of India (http://www.vedantastl.org/).
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