The Yugas MOBI Ú Paperback

The Yugas MOBI Ú Paperback

The Yugas [Read] ➱ The Yugas Author Joseph Selbie – Today's view of history cannot account for ancient anomalies such as the Pyramids and advanced knowledge contained in India's Vedas but in 1894 an Indian sage gave us an explanation not only for our h Today's view of history cannot account for ancient anomalies such as the Pyramids and advanced knowledge contained in India's Vedas but in an Indian sage gave us an explanation not only for our hidden past but for the trends of today and for our future enlightenment the year yuga cycle.

10 thoughts on “The Yugas

  1. Colin McPhillamy Colin McPhillamy says:

    When I was 18 I read 'Autobiography of a Yogi' in Camden Town London England and I still remember the rush of sattva one bright Autumn afternoon standing about a block away from the High Street when I was about two thirds of the way through Paramhansa Yogananda's marvelous book Later I attended lectures at a school that had got hold of a piece of eastern mythology and passing it through a uasi Victorian morality gave about the most dismal outlook on the Yugas the great cycles of time possible This book written by followers of Yogananda and his teacher Sri Yukteswar is welcome as an optimistic antidote to the pessimism that a too close awareness of karma without the insight to support it can create The posited astronomy and astrology and the social observation is extremely plausible supported by a forward looking analysis of the history of the past few hundred years Notwithstanding that we are still a long way off from the next Golden Age the coming advances and the idea that we are presently in the early stages of an ascending cycle is very hopeful Will the crises in human affairs suddenly cease or transform? Will politics become enlightened? Will we all convert to clean energy tomorrow? Will peace suddenly prevail? No way But in this book the idea is insisted upon that incrementally year by year the level of our solar vibrational environment will rise

  2. Elentarri Elentarri says:

    A yuga in Hindu philosophy is the name of an epoch or era within a four age cycle According to Hindu cosmology life in the universe is created and destroyed once every 41 to 82 billion years The cycle of the yugas are said to repeat like the seasons waxing and waning within a greater time cycle of the creation and destruction of the universe Like Summer Spring Winter and Autumn each yuga involves stages or gradual changes which the earth and the consciousness of mankind goes through as a whole A complete yuga cycle from a high Golden Age of enlightenment to a Dark Age and back again is said to be caused by the solar system's motion around another starThe Yugas Keys to Understanding Our Hidden Past Emerging Present and Future Enlightenment discusses the ascending and descending cycles of the yugas and how this influences our past present and future The book makes an interesting read and provides a novel hypothesis for the rise and fall of human civilization and consciousness The book discusses everything from the golden age of man ancient history the dark ages the renaissance the 'modern era' and contemplates what the future would be like

  3. Laura Rollins Laura Rollins says:

    This book gives me hope that the world is moving in the right direction Let's work together to help put the environment back into balance

  4. Nancy McQueen Nancy McQueen says:

    Interesting read Really optimistic but I don't know about the source material Fun read

  5. Brandi Brandi says:

    This book was absolutely wonderful If you have the least bit of curiosity on the subject matter I encourage you to pick this upThe story was well developed and explained a lot of historical and scientific knowledge This book left me with wanting

  6. Jason Gregory Jason Gregory says:

    This piece on the Yugas is one of the best I have read It covers a vast number of subjects regarding the Yugas but it goes in depth to the knowledge of how is is consciousness and not time that goes through these cycles I have been studying the Yugas for uite some time and after I wrote my first book Way of the Weirdo I created a film which goes into this and many other topics Here is the film The Sacred Sound of Creation

  7. Elena Chavez Elena Chavez says:

    I wanted to love this book as the subject is of great interest to me and it did not disappoint The premise is that the humankind develops not in a linear one directional way but rather in circular patterns called yugas that go through both ascending and descending repeat cycles Along the way there are many references to historic and archeological facts that support this view Whether one believes that the linear development is the truth the descriptions of past events in connection to the yuga ages are truly thought provoking The book left me feeling optimistic for humanity and what the future holds as well as the power of each individual to tap into their individual potentialWhile the book does not focus on any particular philosophical tradition it does provide nice references to major philosophies and in particular I found the description of the Vedic tradition useful It also contains many references to major historic and geographical events linguistic facts myth references etcA worth while read on so many levels

  8. Devashish Sharma Devashish Sharma says:

    very important book in understanding the concepts of yugas

  9. Drkow Drkow says:

    Awesome Changes your ideas about history generational relationships anthropology archaeology science religion and astronomy

  10. Sharon Sharon says:

    Fascinating book extremely well researched I learned so much about history and how misguided much of the information we take for granted is It sheds a light on how often mistaken assumptions are put forth by archaeologists who formulated their opinions on uestionable and not well researched data There is so much that makes sense about the Yuga Cycles Not for a moment should we dare succumb to the illusion that ancient history can be finally explained and disposed of This book offers the reader so much new information it compels me rethink and update my opinions

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