Bhagavad Gita

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M A Center, 9 nov. 2014 - 280 páginas
Lord Krishna’s Teachings In The Gita Are Suitable For Everyone. He Didn’t Come Just For The Sake Of A Particular Section Of Society. He Showed Everyone, Even Robbers And Murderers, The Path Towards Spiritual Progress. He Urges Us To Live According To Our True Dharma, To Remain Steadfast In It, Thus Advance In Life. Bhagavad Gita. Sanskrit Text With Transliteration And English Translation. Also Mata Amritanandamayi Ashtottara Sata Namavalli. Published By The Disciples Of Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, Affectionately Known As Mother, Or Amma The Hugging Saint.
 

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Gita Dhyanam
1
Arjuna ViçhadaYoga
6
SäìkhyaYoga
KarmaYoga
JïänaKarmaSaïyasaYoga
KarmaSannyäsaYoga
DhyanaYoga
JïänaVijïänaYoga
ViçvarüpaDarçanaYoga
BhaktiYoga
KñetraKñetraïjaVibhägaYoga
GuëaTrayaVibhägaYoga
PuruñottamaYoga
DaiväsuraSampadaVibhägaYoga
ÇraddhäTrayaVibhägaYoga
MokñaSannyäsaYoga

AksharaBrahmaYoga
RäjaVidyäRäjaGuhyaYoga
VibhütiVistaraYoga
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Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi

Through Her extraordinary acts of love and self-sacrifice, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi or “Amma” (Mother) as She is more commonly known, has endeared Herself to millions around the world. Tenderly caressing everyone who comes to Her, holding them close to Her heart in a loving embrace, Amma shares Her boundless love with all—regardless of their beliefs, their status or why they have come to Her. In this simple yet powerful way, Amma is transforming the lives of countless people, helping their hearts to blossom one embrace at a time. In the past thirty-eight years, Amma has physically hugged more than twenty-nine million people from all parts of the world.

Amma’s tireless spirit of dedication to uplift others has inspired a vast network of charitable activities, through which people are discovering the deep sense of peace and inner fulfillment that comes from selflessly serving others. She teaches that the divine exists in everything, sentient and insentient. Realizing this truth is the essence of spirituality—the means to end all suffering.

Amma’s teachings are universal. Whenever She is asked about Her religion, She replies that Her religion is love. She does not ask anyone to believe in God or to change their faith, but only to inquire into their own real nature and to believe in themselves.

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