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Author: Sangeetha Menon
Publisher: Blue Jay Books
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8188575011
Swami Bodhananda is a renowned Vedanta seer and scholar, who has been teaching Vedanta, meditation, and Indian theories of management in the context of contemporary developments, for the last twenty-five years. He is a charismatic public speaker, classroom teacher as well as a private counselor.
He is the guiding inspiration behind the various centres of Sambodh foundation, Sambodh Seva Trust, Bodhananda Seva Society, Bodhananda Research Foundation for Management and Leadership Studies in India, and Sambodh Society Inc in North America.
With a great grasp of the human psyche, born of his lively interest in the day-to-day affairs of people, nations, societies and cultures, supplemented by his wide reading and honed by his spiritual practices, he is considered a unique spiritual master.
Swami Bodhananda fields the probing questions put by Dr Sangeetha Menon with dexterity and plain speaking as he draws on a 5000-year-old tradition to answer a universal question Why bad things happen to good people? His perspective is modern and his expression often poetic.
He speaks the language of wisdom and love. His teaching unfolds a vision which will enrich and empower our lives.
The spiritual and the scientific mind together explore the concept of consciousness which may also be called God or Brahman – that which is beyond the limitation of time and space.
Life, death, pain, suffering, tradition, lifestyle, values systems are viewed through the lens of traditional wisdom and interpreted for the modern reader.
Pain is involved in any relationship.
Debate and dialogue are the very soul of teaching.
Uncertainity is a fact of life.
Immortality is fearless and timeless spontaneity.
Scientific and Spiritual Quest
Spirituality and Human Mind
Body, Mind and Consciousness
Lifestyles and Value Systems
Pain and Relationships
Death and Existence
Vedanta and Self-Knowledge
The Bhagavad Gita and the Battlefield of Life