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Bhakti Sutras (summary of Hindu teachings) from Mahavatar Babaji. Filled with humility and unfathomable love for humankind.

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Bhakti Sutras (summary of Hindu teachings) from Mahavatar Kriya Babaji. Filled with humility and unfathomable love for humankind. His words contain profound wisdom and unity, which all mankind has the potential to hear within. To many around the world Mahavatar is known as a Great, Omniscient, Immortal Presence in the Himalayas of India. Many planetary people have encountered Babaji in the sacred Himalayan Mountains and in visions, dreams, meditations and in aetheric realms. In our present turbulent world full of distractions, world-wide economic disturbances and increasing natural disasters, few actually perceive this voice of Babaji. When the voice is heard, rare are those who hear it so attuned to the voice's vibration that they can express it into coherent words. Practically, the Bhakti Sutras may be a guide in attaining one's Higher Self and the Divine Love-Light we all carry within. Babaji dictated his 108 Bhakti Sutras to His disciple, Utpalavati (Swamini Vishwalakshmianandama). The Sutra style of writing is adopted widely in Indian spiritual writings. Each Sutra is accompanied by a commentary called bhasya (written by Swamini Vishwalakshmianandama) and sometimes with a subcommentary called vyakhyana (written by Jagadish). Sri Swami Vishwananda is often quoted and spoken about in this book; He is the Satguru of authors Swamini Vishwalakshmianandama and Jagadish. His Guru is Mahavatar Babaji, who is the Paramguru of the authors.

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Author Swamini Vishwalakshmianandama
Language English
Cover type Paper Back
Denomination Hindu

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