Divine Body Through Yoga


.Divine Body Through Yoga By Swami Rajarshi Muni Paperback, 18x24 cm, 188 pages, with one color illustration.

The concept of the divine body is found in all the faiths of the world. Indian Scripture, nearly five thousand years ago, was the first authority to acknowledge this phenomenon, and included repeated references to it. Through the ages the concept of the Divine Body has resurfaced again and again, not only in the great religious traditions of the world, but also in the realm of myth and legend, from the "philosopher's stone" of medieval alchemy to modern science fiction. I

n the western world the resurrection of Jesus Christ and his ascendance into heaven is the best known example of the divine body, but the author includes the stories of many other great saints who have tested the principle of the divine body on the anvil of practical experience and achieved the ultimate goal of human existence. These include Kabir, Mirabai, Milarepa, Moses, and Elijah, among others. The author asserts, therefore, that the divine body is neither a myth nor is its achievement limited to one particular individual or faith. On the contrary, it is both real and attainable, and from the time that the seers and sages of ancient India demonstrated the scriptural truth of this phenomenon, it has been witnessed in the traditions of most of the major religions of the world including the Vedic tradition, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, and Zoroastrianism.

Knowledge of the practice of Divine Yoga is not easily available because the adept masters who know it are rare. But in 1913 the world was gifted with a spiritual lineage that is devoted to the knowledge, understanding, and accomplishment of the divine body. Swami Rajarshi Muni, the author of Divine Body Through Yoga, is the current spiritual head of this lineage. He has declared that through this lineage the modern world will come to witness the truth and validity of the principal of the divine body.

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