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Archive: “HINDUISM” By Sri Swami Sivananda – A Divine Life Society Publication



A Religion of Freedom
Hindu Mythology
Emphasis on Practice
Law of Karma
Hindu Sects
Glory of Hinduism


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Hinduism is the religion of the Hindus. It is the oldest of all living religions. Hinduism is not a man-made religion. It was not founded by any single person. It is not based on a set of dogmas preached by a particular set of teachers. It was not started as a system, like Islam or Christianity.

It is the product of the seers of the Vedas. It was developed from age to age by the teachings of Avataras, Rishis, Vedas, the Upanishads, the Gita and the Itihasas. It will exist as long as the world lasts.

There is a peculiar, mysterious spiritual force that is ingrained in the heart of every Hindu. Hinduism is also known by the names Sanatana Dharma and Vaidika Dharma. Sanatana Dharma means eternal religion, the Ancient Law. Vaidika Dharma means the religion of the Vedas. The Vedas are the foundational scriptures of Hinduism.

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Conscious TV: John Hagelin – The Core of Nature (via The Uncarved Blog)

Dr. John Hagelin: Consciousness as the Core of Nature

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Dr. John Hagelin

If you’ve been following Dr. John Hagelin you’ve found that he is not only a world class physicist but also a teacher of the Transcendental meditation Program.

This combination makes him unique in the world today in that he is one of the only Physicist not only willing to talk about Consciousness but one of the only physicist capable of talking about It.

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Do (Slide) slide-shows have meaning? [Video]

My very first Slide slide-show

Here is my very first attempt at a slide show.

It’s a Hodge-podge collection of random photos: i.,e., just what I happen to have around the place at that time.

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