Beyond Birth and Death Is there life after death Srila Prabhupada tells how the soul travels from body to body and how we can end the cycle of birth and death by reaching Lord Sri Krishna s ultimate abode An excerpt The si

  • Title: Beyond Birth and Death
  • Author: A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda
  • ISBN: 9780912776415
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback
  • Is there life after death Srila Prabhupada tells how the soul travels from body to body, and how we can end the cycle of birth and death by reaching Lord Sri Krishna s ultimate abode An excerpt The simple process of chanting the names of Krsna will reveal what one is, what God is, what the material and spiritual universes are, why we are conditioned, how we can get outIs there life after death Srila Prabhupada tells how the soul travels from body to body, and how we can end the cycle of birth and death by reaching Lord Sri Krishna s ultimate abode An excerpt The simple process of chanting the names of Krsna will reveal what one is, what God is, what the material and spiritual universes are, why we are conditioned, how we can get out of that conditioning and everything else, step by step.

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      His Divine Grace Abhay Charanaravinda Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada was born as Abhay Charan De on 1 September 1896 in Calcutta, India He first met his spiritual master, Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Gosvami, in Calcutta in 1922 Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati, a prominent devotional scholar and the founder of sixty four branches of Gaudiya Mathas Vedic institutes , liked this educated young man and convinced him to dedicate his life to teaching Vedic knowledge in the Western world Srila Prabhupada became his student, and eleven years later 1933 at Allahabad, he became his formally initiated disciple.At their first meeting, in 1922, Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura requested Srila Prabhupada to broadcast Vedic knowledge through the English language In the years that followed, Srila Prabhupada wrote a commentary on the Bhagavad gita and in 1944, without assistance, started an English fortnightly magazine.In the last ten years of his life, in spite of his advanced age, Srila Prabhupada circled the globe twelve times on lecture tours that have took him to six continents In spite of such a vigorous schedule, Srila Prabhupada continued to write prolifically His writings constitute a veritable library of Vedic philosophy, religion, literature and culture.



    2 thoughts on “Beyond Birth and Death

    1. Holy crap was this book good! It has changed my views on religion/spirituality. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada has a great way of making the Hindu beliefs understandable. When I read this book I felt at peace. I really like thinking about letting go of material possessions and trying to be closer to god to attain enlightenment. It is fascinating to think that we can travel to other worlds and reach Krishna consciousness.

    2. Очевидно (насколько это может и в действительности буквально быть обозримым), что негоже Ученику спорить с Учителем, но поскольку ни автор "рецензии", ни сам исповедующий, то бишь Ачарья, не находится в соответствующем положении по отношению один к другому, добавить не меша [...]

    3. I'm not into bhakti yoga or anything yet, I'm just interested in the other way of seeing world. It's interesting to find out more information about other religion, to see the way, that many people live and actually feel happy. Knowing that, made me things look logical and worth of attention. I don't know why and how, but when I take this book I feel a little bit confused but in same time I can feel my dirty heart which I strongly want to clean by loving someone. Then you start to feel the little [...]

    4. This stellar transcendent book may change your outlook on life. Potentially, you will be taught that there is "nothing new under the Sun." Material gains are finite and we see them one moment, and the next they're gone. Really eye-opening. This commensurates that only the spiritual aspect of things is worth pursuing in life. Short read, shouldn't conflict with anything else you might have going on during your day. Well-worth it!

    5. Completed this during a time when it was tough to feel connected and not isolated, even while in the mountains. This inspired motor skills and the virtue of patience to present itself fully. Additionally, for this human's memory to kick in and remember recitation skills and cross-reference the learning of world reknowned philosophers' from other ages and remember when there was a time to recite the Colonial People's Ten Commandments, so that an individual could be fitting in within the framework [...]

    6. Are you happy in life?!! Why do you pursue something so hard and when you finally get it, you don't feel as happy as you hoped?!! Why do we all know that we are going to die someday but live like we never will?!! I have been told that life's like that. But is it really? Why are we born? Why do we die? What happens between death and birth? This quick-read book summarizes the Bhagavad Gita and answers these questions. A fantastic primer to the deep Sanathana Dharma philosophy.

    7. Indeed an eye opener.The book gives us a feeling of calmness for the reason that we need not know Sanskrit to offer our prayings to the Almighty God. Also elaborates the need of chanting the God's name.I liked the part which says we need to purify our soul by chanting hare Krishna mahamantra to abode supreme spiritual world but not wish for it.

    8. What would happen after you die? In the book “Beyond Birth and Death” by his divine grace Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada tells us about what happens beyond death. It explains to us on how this body is not real and how our material life is getting in the way of getting to the spiritual world. It also tells us how that we are not these bodies and what we consider pleasurable in our life is not real pleasure. So, this book tells us on how we can connect to the spiritual world through the worshi [...]

    9. It is good to know, what is there beyond this sky, and what all places in this universe or any universe we can visit and for how much time. Till now, there is no doubt left that Sri Dham Goloka Vrndavana is the super excellent abode above everything else, and it becomes easily available to one who remembers Krsna during death.But one who is in love with Krsna, does not want even this abode, for him everywhere is Vaikuntha or Vrndavana, and he just wants to be a personal slave to Krsna under all [...]

    10. A book for those who yearn to look beyond the blinkers of society. I enjoyed it and will read again. Did repeat a bit in places, but not enough to bother me, because the concept was well worth reading. A breeze to know that it is actually intelligence that makes us seek pastures new, when out of the comfort zone of others. A one for the billowing mind that cannot find satisfaction in 'You are this/You are that' world.

    11. Definitely gives you a way of thinking! Understanding birth and death could not have been simpler. The way Swamiji explains everything, with such universally accepted and understood examples, simple logics and palpable secularity is formidable! I love the fact that religion has absolutely no role to play despite "Krsna" being the center of the book! And also that, has been explained by him! It was so great that for the first time, I was tempted to write a review!

    12. I'm quite interested in Bhakti Yoga and I have been a devotee for more than 1year in this life. The small booklet I read was given by a monk at a Philosophy class in Sydney Krishna Temple. The book is very eye opening and helps readers to link the world and ourselves. However, it is only a tip of iceberg with much more hidden truth behind. I strongly recommend those interested to know more about Bhakti yoga to read Bhagavad Gita that explains Easten philosophy in further details.

    13. dis book clear concepts about body and souls , perfect explanation about karma , processes to gain knowledge and thanx to shril prabhupada for providing knowledge to us

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