Beyond birth and death book
Beyond Birth and Death by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami PrabhupādaIs there life after death? Srila Prabhupada tells how the soul travels from body to body, and how we can end the cycle of birth and death by reaching Lord Sri Krishnas ultimate abode. An excerpt: The simple process of chanting the names of Krsna will reveal what one is, what God is, what the material and spiritual universes are, why we are conditioned, how we can get out of that conditioning - and everything else, step by step.
BEYOND BIRTH & DEATH
India's most renowned Vedic authority presents startling evidence of the soul's incredible journey after death. Srila Prabhupada tells how the soul travels from body to body, and how we can end the cycle of birth and death by reaching Lord Sri Krishna's ultimate abode. An excerpt: "The simple process of chanting the names of Krishna will reveal what one is, what God is, what the material and spiritual universes are, why we are conditioned, how we can get out of that conditioning -- and everything else, step by step. Convert currency. Add to Basket.
Is there life after death? Follow the soul's journey through this universe and beyond. The past decade has seen an increase in the number of people who believe in reincarnation. This small but powerful book answers questions like:. At their first meeting, in , Srila Prabhupada was asked by his spiritual master, Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura, to broadcast Vedic knowledge in English.
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An increasing number of people believe in reincarnation. Reincarnation means leaving this body and accepting a new one, over and over again. But reincarnation does not have to remain an eternal reality. This powerful book will give you knowledge to help you break the cycle of reincarnation. The very first step in self-realization is realizing one's identity as separate from the body. It is not simply a matter of saying "I am not this body," but of actually realizing it.
Published on January 4th, by Madhudvisa dasa Full size image. This is not as simple as it may seem at first. Although we are not these bodies but are pure consciousness, somehow or other we have become encased with the bodily dress. If we actually want the happiness and independence that transcend death we have to establish ourselves and remain in our constitutional position as pure consciousness. Living in the bodily conception, our idea of happiness is like that of a man in delirium. Some philosophers claim that this delirious condition of bodily identification should be cured by abstaining from all action. Because these material activities have been a source of distress for us, they claim that we should actually stop these activities.