Jagannatha Dasa, The Vraj Ensemble

The Secret Gospels Of The Vedas - The Yoga Of Death & Rebirth Overcoming Time Finding Liberation

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"Once again give me this earth, once again the sky and universe, once again this land blessed by the moon, once again this land of plenty." The Rig Veda

"Whenever we take birth, may our deeds be such that we get a pure mind, long life, good health, vitality, intellect, strong sense organs and a powerful body. In next life also, keep us away from bad deeds and indulge us in noble actions." The Yajur Veda 4.15

"One who conducts noble actions obtains noble lives in next births with strong body and sharp intellect. Those who conduct bad deeds get birth in lower species. To experience the fruits of past actions is natural trait of soul. After death, the soul resides in Vayu, Jala, Aushadhi etc. and again enters the womb to take next birth." Athar Veda 5.1.2

Death - it comes to us all. it is a sacrifice for the good life we lead at the end of our long fortuitous road. Or is it?

For millenniums the yogis of India following the ancient Vedic path have clearly spoken about what we call in the west- life after death. To the unenlightened materialist life begins with birth and ends with the final inevitable dissolution of the gross material body. But to the enlightened ones ordinary life and death are seen as nothing particularly special - and at most the unclouded end of the infinite beginning.

It is true that some of the more virtuous and godly among us may escape the never ending wheel of repeated birth and death however most are commanded to return to this material world by the process of reincarnation, or if they are particularly unlucky hover around this gross material sphere for untold eons as homeless, restless, disembodied, hopeless, spirits.

It is of these unfortunate souls to whom we address this most unique Icon audiobook presentation. Here for the first time is the secret yoga of the ghostly realms and our rebirth beyond..


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