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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 Excerpt: ...in the hypothetical Mirror called Nature. The Man is not the little body but the whole Universe. And this hypothetical mirror and its so-called laws--the mirage wrought by sense perceptions cast a veil over the True self, over the True form, over the True spirit, over the Atma Dev and conceals it from vision. That veil is the veil of ego or limit or Finiteness, the limiting circles the narrowing horizons, the contracted and stunted Thought. The veil ego in other words is the veil of conditions that enwrap the true self. HIS SEARCH AFTER TRUTH. Just as the Bulbuls in the cage began to search their Rose, so began this babe to hunt after the Truth or God. Oil! The Divine ecstacies, raptures, lovely themes, the songs that came out from the yearning hearts.. Let me say the Love of God and all about Man and His world is said. The little ego of million of desires and anxieties is reduced--or is it (Expansion?)--to a single desire of seeing him. O Eagles, Vultures! Do yon dwell near my God? Come feast on my flesh, Tear it away from bones Be kind withal not to swallow my eyes, Preserve these twinkling ball, to see the Lord Or please to show them first his face. Then try' THE STORY OF PRAHLAD. It is said of Prahlad a great Indian devotee of God that his father persecuted him most cruelly to lead him astray from the path of God. He used to enchant Jalam Hart, Thalam Hari, Sarvatra Hari. "God in waters God in Land, God in skies, and all places." His father was a king. He ordered his ministers to throw Prahlad from the top of a high mountain because he chanted Hari. So they did. But Prahlad did not die. He was safe in Hari. Then his father ordered them to drown him in the river. He was thrown and cast.to alligators. Alligators carried him safe to the shores an...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 40 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 7.2in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 Excerpt: . . . in the hypothetical Mirror called Nature. The Man is not the little body but the whole Universe. And this hypothetical mirror and its so-called laws--the mirage wrought by sense perceptions cast a veil over the True self, over the True form, over the True spirit, over the Atma Dev and conceals it from vision. That veil is the veil of ego or limit or Finiteness, the limiting circles the narrowing horizons, the contracted and stunted Thought. The veil ego in other words is the veil of conditions that enwrap the true self. HIS SEARCH AFTER TRUTH. Just as the Bulbuls in the cage began to search their Rose, so began this babe to hunt after the Truth or God. Oil! The Divine ecstacies, raptures, lovely themes, the songs that came out from the yearning hearts. . Let me say the Love of God and all about Man and His world is said. The little ego of million of desires and anxieties is reduced--or is it (Expansion)--to a single desire of seeing him. O Eagles, Vultures! Do yon dwell near my God Come feast on my flesh, Tear it away from bones Be kind withal not to swallow my eyes, Preserve these twinkling ball, to see the Lord Or please to show them first his face. Then try THE STORY OF PRAHLAD. It is said of Prahlad a great Indian devotee of God that his father persecuted him most cruelly to lead him astray from the path of God. He used to enchant Jalam Hart, Thalam Hari, Sarvatra Hari. God in waters God in Land, God in skies, and all places. His father was a king. He ordered his ministers to throw Prahlad from the top of a high mountain because he chanted Hari. So they did. But Prahlad did not die. He was safe in Hari. Then his father ordered them to drown him in the river. He was thrown and cast. to alligators. Alligators carried him safe to the shores an. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781231166598

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