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Nisargadatta Maharaj - Original Audio Discourses Videos Books

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Nisargadatta Maharaj - Original Audio Discourses Videos Books If you are reading this then you are BLESSED indeed. This is supreme hardcore spirituality from one of the very great Sadgurus of India. In the voice of Maharaj, translated in real time! audio: Total time: about 14 hours Track 1 - The recording of Maharaj, translated by translator Track 2 - a 12 second spacer, sound of a bell Track 3 - commentary by Stephen Wolinsky 12 CDs x 3 tracks per disk = 36 MP3 files source: http://netinetifilms.com videos: I am only the Self - Nisargadatta Maharaj - short version, complete.mp4 Nirgunache Bheti Tatvamasi - Shri Nisargadatta Maharaj Biography.mp4 Nisargadatta Maharaj - Awaken to the Eternal (56 min).avi Tatatvamasi Shri Nisargadatta Maharaj Biography.mp4 The Lost Satsang - Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj Archival Film, 1979.mp4 Wolinsky - Nisargadatta Maharj - I AM THAT I AM.avi ebooks: Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - Consciousness and the Absolute.pdf Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - I Am That.pdf Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - Prior to Consciousness.pdf Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - Seeds of Consciousness.pdf Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - The Nectar of Immortality.pdf Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj - The Ultimate Medicine.pdf That in whom reside all beings and who resides in all beings, who is the giver of grace to all, the Supreme Soul of the universe, the limitless being ╤ I am that. --Amritbindu Upanishad That which permeates all, which nothing transcends and which, like the universal space around us, fills everything completely from within and without, that Supreme non-dual Brahman ╤ that thou art. --Sankaracharya The seeker is he who is in search of himself. --Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj Give up all questions except one: ╘Who am I?╒ After all, the only fact you are sure of is that you are. The ╘I am╒ is certain. The ╘I am this╒ is not. Struggle to find out what you are in reality. --Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj To know what you are, you must first investigate and know what you are not. --Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj Discover all that you are not ╤ body, feelings, thoughts, time, space, this or that ╤ nothing, concrete or abstract, which you perceive can be you. The very act of perceiving shows that you are not what you perceive. --Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj The clearer you understand that on the level of mind you can be described in negative terms only, the quicker will you come to the end of your search and realize that you are the limitless being. --Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj tags: meditation, GOD, Self, enlightenment, illumination, transformation, advaita vedanta, Hindu

Joseph Campbell The Power of Myth PBS Bill Moyers (1988)

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Joseph Campbell The Power of Myth PBS Bill Moyers (1988) The Power of Myth The Power of Myth is a book based on the 1988 PBS documentary Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth. The documentary was originally broadcast as six one-hour conversations between mythologist Joseph Campbell (1904–1987) and journalist Bill Moyers. Overview The interviews in the first five episodes were filmed at George Lucas's Skywalker Ranch in California, with the sixth interview conducted at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, during the final two summers of Campbell's life. (The series was broadcast on television a year after his death.) In these discussions Campbell presents his ideas about comparative mythology and the ongoing role of myth in human society. These talks include excerpts from Campbell's seminal work The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Documentary series The documentary series Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth was broadcast in six parts: Episode 1: The Hero's Adventure (first broadcast June 21, 1988 on PBS) About Campbell, hero types, hero deeds, Jesus Christ, the Buddha, Krishna, movie heroes, Star Wars as a metaphor, an Iroquois story: the refusal of suitors, dragons, dreams and Jungian psychology, “follow your bliss,” consciousness in plants, Gaia, Chartres cathedral, spirituality vs. economics, emerging myths, “Earthrise” as a symbol. Episode 2: The Message of the Myth (first broadcast June 22, 1988 on PBS) Creation myths, transcending duality, pairs of opposites, God vs. Nature, sin, morality, participation in sorrow, the Gospel of Thomas, Old Time Religion, computers, religion as “software,” the story of Indra: “What a great boy am I!,” participation in society. Episode 3: The First Storytellers (first broadcast June 23, 1988 on PBS) Animal memories, harmonization with body and life-cycle, consciousness vs. its vehicle, killing for food, story: “The Buffalo's Wife,” buffalo massacre, initiation ritual, rituals diminishing, crime increasing, artists, the Shaman, the center of the world. Episode 4: Sacrifice and Bliss (first broadcast June 24, 1988 on PBS) Chief Seattle, the sacred Earth, agricultural renewal, human sacrifice, sacrifice of the Mass, transcendence of death, story: “The Green Knight,” societal dictates vs. following bliss, “hidden hands” guiding life's work. Episode 5: Love and the Goddess (first broadcast June 25, 1988 on PBS) The Troubadours, Eros, romantic love, Tristan, libido vs. credo, separation from love, Satan, loving your enemy, the Crucifixion as atonement, virgin birth, the story of Isis, Osiris and Horus, the Madonna, the Big Bang, the correlation between the earth or mother Goddess and images of fertility (the sacred feminine). Episode 6: Masks of Eternity (first broadcast June 26, 1988 on PBS) Identifying with the infinite, the circle as a symbol, clowns and masks, epiphanies and James Joyce, artistic arrest, the monstrous as sublime, the dance of Shiva, that which is beyond words. text Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth.pdf The Power of Myth.pdf videos D1 Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D1-1.m4v Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D1-2.m4v Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D1-3.m4v Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D1-4.m4v videos D2 Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D2-1.m4v Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D2-2.m4v Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D2-3.m4v Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D2-4.m4v Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth D2-5.m4v tags: myth, monomyth, hero, mythology, journey, spiritual, transformation, God, source, enlightenment

Joseph Campbell Mythology The Hero with a Thousand Faces [pack]

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Joseph Campbell Mythology The Hero with a Thousand Faces [pack] Joseph John Campbell (March 26, 1904 – October 30, 1987) was an American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work is vast, covering many aspects of the human experience. His philosophy is often summarized by his phrase: "Follow your bliss." Campbell's concept of mono-myth (one myth) refers to the theory that sees all mythic narratives as variations of a single great story. The theory is based on the observation that a common pattern exists beneath the narrative elements of most great myths, regardless of their origin or time of creation. Campbell often referred to the ideas of Adolf Bastian and his distinction between what he called "folk" and "elementary" ideas, the latter referring to the prime matter of mono-myth while the former to the multitude of local forms the myth takes in order to remain an up-to-date carrier of sacred meanings. The central pattern most studied by Campbell is often referred to as the hero's journey and was first described in The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1949). An enthusiast of novelist James Joyce, Campbell borrowed the term "mono-myth" from Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Campbell also made heavy use of Carl Jung's theories on the structure of the human psyche, and he often used terms such as "anima, animus" and "ego consciousness". As a strong believer in the psychic unity of mankind and its poetic expression through mythology, Campbell made use of the concept to express the idea that the whole of the human race can be seen as engaged in the effort of making the world "transparent to transcendence" by showing that underneath the world of phenomena lies an eternal source which is constantly pouring its energies into this world of time, suffering, and ultimately death. To achieve this task one needs to speak about things that existed before and beyond words, a seemingly impossible task, the solution to which lies in the metaphors found in myths. These metaphors are statements that point beyond themselves into the transcendent. The Hero's Journey was the story of the man or woman who, through great suffering, reached an experience of the eternal source and returned with gifts powerful enough to set their society free. As this story spread through space and evolved through time, it was broken down into various local forms (masks), depending on the social structures and environmental pressures that existed for the culture that interpreted it. The basic structure, however, has remained relatively unchanged and can be classified using the various stages of a hero's adventure through the story, stages such as the Call to Adventure, Receiving Supernatural Aid, Meeting with the Goddess, Atonement with the Father and Return. These stages, as well as the symbols one encounters throughout the story, provide the necessary metaphors to express the spiritual truths the story is trying to convey. Metaphor for Campbell, in contrast with comparisons which make use of the word like, pretend to a literal interpretation of what they are referring to, as in the sentence "Jesus is the Son of God" rather than "the relationship of man to God is like that of a son to a father". For example, according to Campbell, the Genesis myth from the Bible ought not be taken as a literal description of historical events happening in our current understanding of time and space, but as a metaphor for the rise of man's cognitive consciousness as it evolved from a prior animal state. audio 01 Collection Vol 1 Mythology and the Individual.m4a 01 Collection Vol 2 Inward Journey East and West.m4a 01 Collection Vol 3 The Eastern Way.m4a 01 Collection Vol 4 Man and Myth.m4a 01 Collection Vol 5 The Myths and Masks of God.m4a 01 Collection Vol 6 Western Quest.m4a 01 Experiencing the Divine.m4a 01 Grail Legends.m4a 01 Myth and Metaphor in Society.m4a 01 The Hero with a Thousand Faces.m4a 01 The Lost Teachings of Joseph Campbell.m4a 01 The Wisdom of Joseph Campbell with Michael Toms.m4a 01 World Mythology and the Individual Adventure 1.m4a 01 World Mythology and the Individual Adventure 2.m4a Joseph Campbell - History & Mythology cover.jpg Joseph Campbell - History & Mythology A.mp3 Joseph Campbell - History & Mythology B.mp3 01 Myth and Metaphor in Society [speed adjusted].mp3 pics 001 Joseph Campbell.jpg 002 Joseph Campbell.jpg 003 Joseph Campbell.jpg 004 Joseph Campbell.jpg 005 Joseph Campbell.jpg 006 Joseph Campbell.jpg 007 Joseph Campbell.jpg 008 Joseph Campbell.jpg 009 Joseph Campbell.jpg 010 Joseph Campbell.jpg 011 Joseph Campbell.jpg text ebooks 1 Joseph Campbell - A Fire in the Mind - Authorized Biography 406pp.pdf Joseph Campbell - Myths to Live By 146pp.pdf Joseph Campbell - The Hero With a Thousand Faces 497pp.pdf Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth.pdf Man and Time - Foreword by Joseph Campbell.pdf Myths and Symbols in Indian Art and Civilization - Edited by Joseph Campbell.pdf Philosophies of India by Joseph Campbell.pdf The Hero with a Thousand Faces - Joseph Campbell.pdf The Politics of Myth - C. 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Jung, Mircea Eliade, and Joseph Campbell.pdf ebooks 2 Joseph Campbell - Myth and the Body.pdf Joseph Campbell - The Hero with a Thousand Faces.pdf Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth.pdf ebooks 3 Joseph Campbell - Wikipedia.pdf Joseph Campbell Man and Time, Bollingen Series, 1983.pdf Joseph Campbell Myths to Live By.pdf The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell.pdf ebooks 4 Heinrich Zimmer Myths and Symbols in Indian Art and Civilization.pdf Joseph Campbell Myths to Live By, Condor Books.pdf Joseph Campbell.pdf Mythos Joseph Campbell.pdf Philosophy of India by Heinrich Zimmer ed Joseph Campbell.pdf Schizophrenia The Inward Journey by Joseph Campbell.pdf The Hero's Journey A Junior's Guide.pdf Track's Campbell Lectures.pdf videos Joseph Campbell - Mythos Joseph Campbell - Mythos 1 Psyche and Symbol (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 2 The Spirit Land (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 3 On Being Human (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 4 From Goddesses to God (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 5 The Mystical Life (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 6 The Inward Path (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 7 Enlightened One (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 8 Our Eternal Selves (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 9 The Way to Illumination (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 10 The Experience of God (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 11 Love as the Guide (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 12 The Path of the Heart (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 13 Beyond Space and Time (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 14 Between Pairs of Opposites (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell - Mythos 15 Into the Well of Myth (480p).mp4 Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth 01 The Hero's Adventure (480p).mp4 tags: myth, monomyth, hero, mythology, journey, spiritual, transformation, God, source, enlightenment

Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda audiobook

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Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda audiobook Autobiography of a Yogi - Audio Book narrated by Sir Ben Kingsley (Self-Realization Fellowship) This 15 CD boxed-set audio edition contains the complete text of Paramahansa Yogananda's life story, read by Academy Award-winning actor Sir Ben Kingsley. Footnotes are captured in an accompanying booklet. Autobiography of a Yogi is at once a beautifully written account of an exceptional life and a profound introduction to the ancient science of Yoga and its time-honored tradition of meditation. Profoundly inspiring, it is at the same time vastly entertaining, warmly humorous and filled with extraordinary personages. Self-Realization Fellowship's editions, and none others, include extensive material added by the author after the first edition was published, including a final chapter on the closing years of his life. Selected as "One of the 100 Best Spiritual Books of the Twentieth Century", Autobiography of a Yogi has been translated into more than 30 languages, and is regarded worldwide as a classic of religious literature. Several million copies have been sold, and it continues to appear on best-seller lists after more than sixty consecutive years in print. With engaging candor, eloquence, and wit, Paramahansa Yogananda tells the inspiring chronicle of his life: the experiences of his remarkable childhood, encounters with many saints and sages during his youthful search throughout India for an illumined teacher, ten years of training in the hermitage of a revered yoga master, and the thirty years that he lived and taught in America. Also recorded here are his meetings with Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, Luther Burbank, the Catholic stigmatist Therese Neumann, and other celebrated spiritual personalities of East and West. The author clearly explains the subtle but definite laws behind both the ordinary events of everyday life and the extraordinary events commonly termed miracles. His absorbing life story becomes the background for a penetrating and unforgettable look at the ultimate mysteries of human existence. Sir Ben Kingsley came to international prominence with his Academy Award-winning performance in the title role of Gandhi. He has received high praise as well for his work in other films - among them the critically acclaimed Schindler's List. Mr. Kingsley is also known for his inspired readings of books on tape, including a series on the great religions of the world. About the Author Hailed as "the father of Yoga in the West", Paramahansa Yogananda is regarded as one of the great spiritual figures of our time. Born in India on January 5, 1893, he devoted his life to helping people of all races and creeds to realize and express more fully in their lives the true beauty, nobility, and divinity of the human spirit. After graduating from Calcutta University in 1915, Yogananda took formal vows as a monk of India's venerable monastic Swami Order. Two years later, he began his life's work with the founding of a how-to-live school since grown to twenty-one educational institutions throughout India where traditional academic subjects were offered together with yoga training and instruction in spiritual ideals. In 1920, he was invited to serve as India's delegate to an International Congress of Religious Liberals in Boston. His address to the Congress and subsequent lectures on the East Coast were enthusiastically received, and in 1924 he embarked on a cross-continental speaking tour. Over the next three decades, Paramahansa Yogananda contributed in far-reaching ways to a greater awareness and appreciation in the West of the spiritual wisdom of the East. In Los Angeles, he established an international headquarters for Self-Realization Fellowship, the nonsectarian religious society he had founded in 1920. Through his writings, extensive lecture tours, and the creation of Self-Realization Fellowship temples and meditation centers, he introduced hundreds of thousands of truth-seekers to the ancient science and philosophy of Yoga and its universally applicable methods of meditation. Today, the spiritual and humanitarian work begun by Paramahansa Yogananda continues under the direction of Sri Mrinalini Mata, one of his closest disciples and president of Self-Realization Fellowship/Yogoda Satsanga Society of India since 2011. In addition to publishing his writings, lectures and informal talks (including a comprehensive series of Self-Realization Fellowship Lessons for home study), the society also oversees temples, retreats, and centers around the world. audio 1-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 01.m4a 2-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 02.m4a 3-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 03.m4a 4-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 04.m4a 5-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 05.m4a 6-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 06.m4a 7-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 07.m4a 8-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 08.m4a 9-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 09.m4a 10-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 10.m4a 11-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 11.m4a 12-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 12.m4a 13-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 13.m4a 14-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 14.m4a 15-01 Autobiography of a Yogi - Disc 15.m4a ebooks Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda 366p.pdf Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda 422p.pdf Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda, Original 1946.pdf tags: audiobook, yoga, spiritual, occult, biography, saints, enlightenment, esoteric, hinduism

Hazrat Inayat Khan The Way of Illumination (1934)

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Hazrat Inayat Khan The Way of Illumination (1934) The Way of Illumination inspires the reader with its Sufi philosophy, cast in a modern and universal form, on the purpose of life, the inner side of life in conjunction with life in the world. It sheds light on the essence of our nature, being of Divine origin. Hints are given as to what and how the Sufi way, with the help of a spiritual guide, can contribute to one's spiritual and religious development. This is the first volume of the Indian edition of all the works intended for publication of Hazrat Inayat Khan, the great Sufi mystic who lectured and taught in the western world from 1910 until his passing away in 1927. The volume contains four parts: The way of Illumination; The Inner Life; The Soul, whence and whither?; The Purpose of life. The author, Hazrat Sufi Inayat Khan (Baroda, 1882 - Delhi 1927) was a famous musician in his young years. Later he left for the West in order to spread the Sufi message of love, harmony, and beauty. He preached Sufism not as an orthodox sect, but as a forward-looking world message of inter-religious brotherhood. He founded many Sufi centres in the West, where the message is spreading now. At home, in India, the Sufi message has got an inspiring centre at the Dargah of the Master himself, located near the tomb of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia, New Delhi. ebook: Hazrat Inayat Khan The Way of Illumination (1934) 120p.pdf audiobook: specs: Mac computer voice Tessa South Africa, MP3, 56 kbps, 2 hrs 12 min 06 sec tags: Sufism, illumination, enlightenment, music, word, mysticism, occult, spiritual, magic

Franz Bardon Magus Collection

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Franz Bardon Magus Collection It need not be said that one who is interested in ascertaining true knowledge may search in vain for years, or even an entire lifetime, for a reliable method of instruction. With the help of these instructions the student can begin to realize his most fervent wish, the path to perfection. The yearning towards this exalted goal again and again forces the student to collect, from far and wide, books and works which are considered to be the best on the particular subject of magic. However, for the greater part these collected works are only embellished with eloquent and promising words, but have little or nothing to offer for the actual practice. Over a period of time the student discovers that he cannot make sense of all the methods collected, and the goal for which he yearns unfortunately slips farther and farther away. Even when the neophyte begins work on his progress with a recommended course of instruction, his diligence and good will does not produce any satisfactory results. Besides that, no one can give a dependable answer to the always emerging, nagging question: Was the path he had taken the right one for his individuality? Divine Providence had an understanding for all these honest human beings seeking and waiting with patience. Divine Providence determined that the proper moment had arrived and requested that one of Its Chosen Ones place a universal work into the hands of those striving for divine truth. This Great Work is based on the initiates' many years of practically gained and proven insights on all subjects of the Highest Knowledge. Franz Bardon considered this request by Divine Providence as his holiest duty, and presents to the public in this work his theoretical and practical knowledge with a clear conscience, without striving for recognition or to make a name for himself. It should be mentioned that, in his past lives, Franz Bardon had the highest Oriental initiates as his great masters and teachers, and that he has been blessed by Divine Providence in this way. The simple style of this work was chosen on purpose in order to make it possible for all seekers of truth, regardless of age or profession, to begin immediately with the enjoyable task of discovering their own true perfection in order to dependably reach the final goal, which is "becoming one with God". Since it was the will of Divine Providence to have these works written and published, it therefore remains at the discretion of Divine Providence to make them available to those who most yearn to work on their spiritual ascent in accordance with reliable methods. It can be justifiably said without exaggeration that, from time immemorial, this is the first time that a work as complete as this has been made available to the public. ebooks: German originals Franz Bardon - Das goldene Buch der Weisheit (Fragment).pdf Franz Bardon - Der Schluessel zum wahren Quabbalah.pdf Franz Bardon - Der Weg zum wahren Adepten.pdf Franz Bardon - Die Praxis der magischen Evokation.pdf Franz Bardon - Frabato (Deutsch).pdf Gregor A Gregorius - Die magische Erweckung der Chakra im Ätherkörper des Menschen.pdf English 7 Hermetic Letters by Georg Lomer.pdf Bardon's Teachers.pdf Franz Bardon Book 1 Initiation into Hermetics 2001 Merkur Edition.pdf Franz Bardon Book 2-1 Practice of Magical Evocation 2001 Merkur Edition.pdf Franz Bardon Book 2-2 Practice of Magical Evocation.pdf Franz Bardon Book 3 Key to the True Kaballah.pdf Franz Bardon Frabato the Magician.pdf Franz Bardon Initiation Into Hermetics, Sacred Magick Edition.pdf Franz Bardon Questions and Answers v2.pdf Franz Bardon Questions and Answers.pdf Franz Bardon The Universal Master Key 2013.pdf Georg Lomer Seven Hermetic Letters.pdf Hitler vs Frabato by Robert Bruce Baird.pdf Rawn Clark A Bardon Companion, Expanded 2nd Ed.pdf Rawn Clark Gates of Initiation.pdf tags: occult, magick, hermetics, spiritual, soul, God, evolution, transformation, enlightenment, illumination

Joseph Campbell Mythology Collection audio ebooks

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Joseph Campbell Mythology Collection audio ebooks Joseph John Campbell (March 26, 1904 – October 30, 1987) was an American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work is vast, covering many aspects of the human experience. His philosophy is often summarized by his phrase: "Follow your bliss." Campbell's concept of monomyth (one myth) refers to the theory that sees all mythic narratives as variations of a single great story. The theory is based on the observation that a common pattern exists beneath the narrative elements of most great myths, regardless of their origin or time of creation. Campbell often referred to the ideas of Adolf Bastian and his distinction between what he called "folk" and "elementary" ideas, the latter referring to the prime matter of monomyth while the former to the multitude of local forms the myth takes in order to remain an up-to-date carrier of sacred meanings. The central pattern most studied by Campbell is often referred to as the hero's journey and was first described in The Hero with a Thousand Faces (1949). An enthusiast of novelist James Joyce, Campbell borrowed the term "monomyth" from Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Campbell also made heavy use of Carl Jung's theories on the structure of the human psyche, and he often used terms such as "anima, animus" and "ego consciousness". As a strong believer in the psychic unity of mankind and its poetic expression through mythology, Campbell made use of the concept to express the idea that the whole of the human race can be seen as engaged in the effort of making the world "transparent to transcendence" by showing that underneath the world of phenomena lies an eternal source which is constantly pouring its energies into this world of time, suffering, and ultimately death. To achieve this task one needs to speak about things that existed before and beyond words, a seemingly impossible task, the solution to which lies in the metaphors found in myths. These metaphors are statements that point beyond themselves into the transcendent. The Hero's Journey was the story of the man or woman who, through great suffering, reached an experience of the eternal source and returned with gifts powerful enough to set their society free. As this story spread through space and evolved through time, it was broken down into various local forms (masks), depending on the social structures and environmental pressures that existed for the culture that interpreted it. The basic structure, however, has remained relatively unchanged and can be classified using the various stages of a hero's adventure through the story, stages such as the Call to Adventure, Receiving Supernatural Aid, Meeting with the Goddess, Atonement with the Father and Return. These stages, as well as the symbols one encounters throughout the story, provide the necessary metaphors to express the spiritual truths the story is trying to convey. Metaphor for Campbell, in contrast with comparisons which make use of the word like, pretend to a literal interpretation of what they are referring to, as in the sentence "Jesus is the Son of God" rather than "the relationship of man to God is like that of a son to a father". For example, according to Campbell, the Genesis myth from the Bible ought not be taken as a literal description of historical events happening in our current understanding of time and space, but as a metaphor for the rise of man's cognitive consciousness as it evolved from a prior animal state. audio: Joseph Campbell Collection Vol 1 Mythology and the Individual.m4a Joseph Campbell Collection Vol 2 Inward Journey East and West.m4a Joseph Campbell Collection Vol 3 The Eastern Way.m4a Joseph Campbell Collection Vol 4 Man and Myth.m4a Joseph Campbell Collection Vol 5 The Myths and Masks of God.m4a Joseph Campbell Collection Vol 6 Western Quest.m4a Joseph Campbell Experiencing the Divine.m4a Joseph Campbell Grail Legends.m4a Joseph Campbell Myth and Metaphor in Society.mp3 Joseph Campbell The Hero with a Thousand Faces.m4a Joseph Campbell The Lost Teachings of Joseph Campbell.m4a Joseph Campbell The Wisdom of Joseph Campbell with Michael Toms.m4a Joseph Campbell World Mythology and the Individual Adventure 1.m4a Joseph Campbell World Mythology and the Individual Adventure 2.m4a specs: MP3, 64kbps, run time 73 hrs 02 min 18 sec ebooks 1: Joseph Campbell Man and Time, Bollingen Series, 1983.pdf Joseph Campbell Myths to Live By.pdf The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell.pdf ebooks 2: Heinrich Zimmer Myths and Symbols in Indian Art and Civilization.pdf Joseph Campbell Myths to Live By, Condor Books.pdf Joseph Campbell.pdf Mythos Joseph Campbell.pdf Philosophy of India by Heinrich Zimmer ed Joseph Campbell.pdf Schizophrenia The Inward Journey by Joseph Campbell.pdf The Hero's Journey A Junior's Guide.pdf Track's Campbell Lectures.pdf tags: myth, monomyth, hero, mythology, journey, spiritual, transformation, God, source, enlightenment

Joseph Campbell Mythology Collection audio ebooks

Joseph John Campbell (March 26, 1904 – October 30, 1987) was an American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work is vast, covering many aspects of the human experience. His philosophy is often summarized by his phrase: "Follow your bliss."

Rays of the Absolute The Legacy of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (2015)

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Rays of the Absolute The Legacy of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (2015) Nisargadatta Maharaj /ˌnɪsərɡəˈdɑːtə ˌmæhəˈrɑːdʒ/ (17 April 1897 – 8 September 1981), born Maruti Shivrampant Kambli, was an Indian Guru of Shiva Advaita (Nondualism), belonging to the Inchegeri Sampradaya, a lineage of teachers from the Navnath Sampradaya and Lingayat Shaivism. The publication in 1973 of I Am That, an English translation of his talks in Marathi by Maurice Frydman, brought him worldwide recognition and followers, especially from North America and Europe. The Sense of "I am" (Consciousness): When I met my Guru, he told me: "You are not what you take yourself to be. Find out what you are. Watch the sense 'I am', find your real Self." I obeyed him, because I trusted him. I did as he told me. All my spare time I would spend looking at myself in silence. And what a difference it made, and how soon! My teacher told me to hold on to the sense 'I am' tenaciously and not to swerve from it even for a moment. I did my best to follow his advice and in a comparatively short time I realized within myself the truth of his teaching. All I did was to remember his teaching, his face, his words constantly. This brought an end to the mind; in the stillness of the mind I saw myself as I am -- unbound. I simply followed (my teacher's) instruction which was to focus the mind on pure being 'I am', and stay in it. I used to sit for hours together, with nothing but the 'I am' in my mind and soon peace and joy and a deep all-embracing love became my normal state. In it all disappeared -- myself, my Guru, the life I lived, the world around me. Only peace remained and unfathomable silence. -- Nisargadatta Maharaj "Having understood the nature of consciousness you will also understand that you are not the consciousness." -- Nisargadatta Maharaj In 2006 Stephen Wolinsky proposed the idea of traveling to India to film Nisargadatta Maharaj's translators and disciples to explore the legacy Maharaj left behind in his hometown, Mumbai. In 2007 Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo together with Stephen Wolinsky, Philip Safarik and Fred Good traveled to India to shoot this film. The meeting with the old devotees was both illuminating as well as deeply touching. Over the next seven and a half years, we all plugged away, going through mounds of material allowing this project to reach completion. The film you are about to see cannot demonstrate the amount of work that went into this project but let's simply say that finally it is complete. Nisargadatta did not leave an ashram; he did not leave any teachings nor successors. This movie is a homage to him; a look at his unintended legacy from people that have been inspired by him more then words can express. This film contains interviews with four of the old Nisargadatta's translators: Ramesh Balsekar, S.K. Mullarpattan, Mohan and Jayashri Gaitonde, plus some old indian devotees and trustees, the publishers of "I Am That" and a visit to the old room in which Maharaj was holding his meetings, his Guru Samadhi Shrine and the place in which some of Maharaj ashes are preserved. In the footage are also presented exclusive photographs of Maharaji's cremation ceremony. http://www.scienceandnonduality.com *** General Parameters *** - Name: Rays of the Absolute (the Legacy of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj).mp4 - Container: MP4 - QuickTime - Size: 1.385 GB - Duration: 1h 25mn - Bitrate: 2 171 Kbps *** Video Track Parameters *** - Format: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC - Bitrate: Max.: --- / Average: 1 972 Kbps / Min.: --- - Frame rate (fps): Max.: --- / Average: 29.970 / Min.: --- - Encoding profile: High@L3.1 - Image size: 1280*720 - Pixel Aspect Ratio: Undefined - Display Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - Interlacing: Progressive ebooks: About Nisargadatta - Accounts from Students of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj.pdf I AM THAT by Nisargadatta Maharaj.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj I Am That, searchable.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj I Am That.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj I Am Unborn.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj Prior to Consciousness.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj Rays of the Absolute.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj Seeds of Consciousness.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj The Experience of Nothingness.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj The Nectar of Immortality.pdf Nisargadatta Maharaj The Ultimate Medicine.pdf Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj Gleanings from Nisargadatta.pdf Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj Pointers from Nisargadatta Maharaj.pdf Stephen Wolinsky Beginnners Guide to Quantum Psychology.pdf Stephen Wolinsky The Dark Side of the Inner Child.pdf Stephen Wolinsky The Gateless Gate.pdf Stephen Wolinsky The Zen of Advaita.pdf Stephen Wolinsky You Are Not.pdf tags: India, Guru, initiation, mediation, consciousness, enlightenment, illumination, soul, spirit, wisdom

Lawrence Edwards - Awakening Kundalini (2012)

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Lawrence Edwards - Awakening Kundalini (2012) The Path to Radical Freedom by soundstrue Discover a Potent, Creative Force for Spiritual Transformation Kundalini is the power of divine within that compels us to evolve and grow—identified by cultures and traditions all over the world as a key to the most profoundly transformative experiences we can have. With its ability to connect us to the energy of creation and elevate us to a higher state of consciousness, Kundalini awakening is crucial to the deepening of our spiritual evolution. But the deep spiritual unfolding that Kundalini offers can also be confusing and difficult to grasp—so how can we approach this universal power with preparation and wisdom? An Essential Guide for Navigating the Kundalini Experience In Awakening Kundalini, Dr. Lawrence Edwards, who has devoted his life to understanding and teaching about Kundalini, presents an essential guide to harnessing this boundless energy. In six in-depth sessions, he offers a comprehensive exploration from the physical, psychological, and spiritual perspectives, with insights and practices for recognizing what Kundalini is, how it manifests, and when your body and mind are ready to initiate an awakening of consciousness. “You are born with Kundalini,” says Dr. Edwards. “You just need the right conditions to unfold it.” Through seven hours of teachings, learn how to open to the freedom of awakening while avoiding the pitfalls, misunderstandings, and projections that are so often a part of the spiritual journey. “Kundalini reveals the divine nature of the entire universe and every being within it-and shows us our true capacity for limitless compassion, connection, and love,” Dr. Edwards teaches. Join him to discover how to tap into this profoundly transformative force, and through Awakening Kundalini, realize your ability to live “radically free.” Highlights The soul's yearning for transcendence and freedom The three upayas (means) that support Kundalini ascent Cultivating “witness consciousness”—the ability to watch without judgment whatever arises and dissolves in our lives Using the vibrational power of mantra to unfold Kundalini energy The importance of discernment and healthy boundaries when it comes to spiritual practice The unlimited ways in which shaktipat, the descent of grace, can reveal our true nature The body's chakra system and its role in Kundalini awakening Our shadow sides, and how Kundalini can illuminate the darkness that hides our talents and lures our ego-mind Telling the difference between sat (what is true) and asat (what is not true) audio specs: 7 hrs 31 min, 64 kbps, mono (spoken audio) comment: This is wonderful. It's torrent-audio cyber-shakti-pat! tags: chakras, kundalini, meditation, consciousness, enlightenment, illumination, shiva, shakti, divine mother, holy spirit

Lawrence Edwards - Awakening Kundalini (2012)

The Path to Radical Freedom

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Discover a Potent, Creative Force for Spiritual Transformation

The Tibetan Book of the Dead (2004) videos ebooks

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The Tibetan Book of the Dead (2004) videos ebooks The Tibetan Book of the Dead (A Way of Life & The Great Liberation), 2004 Death is real, it comes without warning and it cannot be escaped. An ancient source of strength and guidance, The Tibetan Book of the Dead remains an essential teaching in the Buddhist cultures of the Himalayas. Narrated by Leonard Cohen, this enlightening two-part series explores the sacred text and boldly visualizes the afterlife according to its profound wisdom. Part 1: A Way of Life reveals the history of The Tibetan Book of the Dead and examines its traditional use in northern India, as well as its acceptance in Western hospices. Shot over a four-month period, the film contains footage of the rites and liturgies for a deceased Ladakhi elder and includes an interview with the Dalai Lama, who shares his views on the book's meaning and importance. Part 2: The Great Liberation follows an old lama and his novice monk as they guide a Himalayan villager into the afterlife using readings from The Tibetan Book of the Dead. The soul's 49-day journey towards rebirth is envisioned through actual photography of rarely seen Buddhist rituals, interwoven with groundbreaking animation by internationally acclaimed filmmaker Ishu Patel. Necessary viewing This is a 2009 re-release of a earlier 2004 DVD version which has been out of print for way too long. Originally available in two parts on two VHS tapes in 1994, it was a great relief to see them finally transferred to DVD. With a total duration of 90 minutes, the first half (titled "A Way Of Life") includes an interview with the Dalai Lama and explores the history and use of the text of the Bardo Thötröl. Anyone sincerely interested in the liturgies and rites of the Tibetan Book Of The Dead will find this first half of the documentary, shot over four months, simply fascinating. The reality behind the veil of mystery surrounding this sacred text is eloquently revealed. The second half, titled "The Great Liberation," documents a more intimate look inside the book as it takes the viewer inside the home of a deceased man as a Lama and a younger monk perform the Buddhist ritual, rarely seen in practice. Take note that this includes footage of a deceased person - it is not gross or morbid. But in case you have any issues with this, you should at least be made aware. This actual documentation is interwoven with the thoroughly engaging animation by Ishu Patel. For purist, this documentary lacks some production values we have come to expect in today's digital world, but that is no excuse to dismiss this entirely watchable film with it's profound insights. In a way, this film progresses along in a meditative sort of way. I know of no other documentary that explores the Tibetan Book Of The Dead with this degree of integrity, intelligence and respect. Adding to this the excellent narration by Leonard Cohen, makes this DVD a must in any library of important Buddhist films. Steve Clorefein of Parabola Magazine writes of this film: "An extraordinary window into traditional Buddhist practices of devotion and compassion" - and I could not agree more. ebooks: The Psychedelic Experience The Tibetan Book of the Dead.pdf The Tibetan Book of the Dead - Dorje, Gyurme.pdf The Tibetan Book of the Dead (W Y Evans-Wentz).pdf tags: Buddhism, death, rebirth, reincarnation, life, liberation, enlightenment, soul, astral

The Tibetan Book of the Dead (2004) videos ebooks

The Tibetan Book of the Dead (A Way of Life & The Great Liberation), 2004

Death is real, it comes without warning and it cannot be escaped. An ancient source of strength and guidance, The Tibetan Book of the Dead remains an essential teaching in the Buddhist cultures of the Himalayas. Narrated by Leonard Cohen, this enlightening two-part series explores the sacred text and boldly visualizes the afterlife according to its profound wisdom.

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