Anu Gita Explained



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Publisher: Michael Beloved

Date: September 30, 2011

ISBN:

Print: 9780983381792

eBook: 9780984001316

LCCN: 2011914434

Page Count: 320

Illustrations: 54

Trim Size: 6 x 9 (inches)

Language: English

Category: Body, Mind, Spirit, Reincarnation

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Description:

This is the translation with word-for-word meanings to the original Sanskrit. It has an analysis and application to all except the last three verses. No details are spared in the discussion about the transmigration journeys taken by a soul. 

The journey through physical existence and hereafter and then back into this world, repeatedly, is neatly and precisely described by a siddha from a higher dimension. The soul with the effect-energies from its socially-acceptable and criminal acts, travels to the hereafter where it is fittingly rewarded either in a heavenly world or a hellish place. Then it returns to this earthly planet and becomes adapted as an infant of parents.

Anu Gita is intense. It is Krishna’s action thriller. Unlike the Bhagavad Gita where He explained many topics about the application of yoga proficiency to social involvement, the Anu Gita begins with an inquiry into the nature of the individual being and its transmigration between the physical world and the astral existence.

There is no drifting away from the topic. Krishna did not stress his divinity and supremacy as in the Bhagavad Gita. He simply quoted a discourse which occurred between a perfected siddha and Kashyapa.

 

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This has an analysis and application verse by verse which was dictated into the mind of the author by Rishi Singh Gherwal, a mahayogin of repute who is now departed. There are illustrations throughout the text which show the layout of the components of consciousness. These instructions assert the individual’s right to liberation from the material world.

Anu Gītā is the last talk between Krishna and Arjuna, giving the final instructions on how to leave the body and venture into the hereafter. The journey between this location and the afterlife is described, with instructions on how to return here, or go to the celestial heavens for a time.

One can go the spiritual world which is beyond the celestial heavens where the lower deities reside. In this conversation, Krishna did not stress himself as the Supreme Being. Though requested, he declined to show the Universal Form or to repeat the Bhagavad Gita verbatim. Instead Krishna explained what he was told by a siddha who transited from the highest subtle dimension.

 

Author's Comment:

This has an analysis and application verse by verse which was dictated into the mind of the author by Rishi Singh Gherwal, a mahayogin of repute who is now departed. There are illustrations throughout the text which show the layout of the components of consciousness. These instructions assert the individual’s right to liberation from the material world.

Anu Gita is the last talk between Krishna and Arjuna, giving the final instructions on how to leave the body and venture into the hereafter. The journey between this location and the afterlife is described, with instructions on how to return here, or go to the celestial heavens for a time.

One can go the spiritual world which is beyond the celestial heavens where the lower deities reside. In this conversation, Krishna did not stress himself as the Supreme Being. Though requested, he declined to show the Universal Form or to repeat the Bhagavad Gita verbatim. Instead Krishna explained what he was told by a siddha who transited from the highest subtle dimension.

Reviews:

By John Wilson JW (Songtan, Korea), October 2011:

Anu Gita Explained is much smaller than the other Gita Explained books by this author. And the writing seems to have evolved considerably. It took me three days to read the all 270 pages and here's what I thought:

1) There were a lot more pictures than I expected.

2) The author clearly has a Ph.D. level understanding of our existence in this world and the preparation required to expertly TRANSIT OUT of it at the time of death.

3) The analysis and application of the ANCIENT AND ONCE-SECRET text is very clear. Imagine a sliding slope of evolutionary CONSCIOUSNESS and this writing explains how to move up or down on that evolutionary plane.

4) The MAIN POINTS that I took away from the book are:

  • It is very important to MASTER ASTRAL PROJECTION before the end of this lifetime as that's the means of travel and operation after the spirit departs the flesh body.
  • The CORE SPIRIT is made up of a spiritual quality and those who seek spirituality, seek to place the core self in a place that is on par with it 100%.
  • Most individuals are focused on material existence, some individuals are focused religiously, and the least of individuals are focused on self-realization. This book is for all three but is of the most use to the latter category who have DETERMINATION.
  • The author makes an excellent analogy...A slave (to material existence) who does not how he was captured can still PLAN HIS ESCAPE through observation and knowledge of his owner's habits.

Bottom line, if you are SEEKING, then this is the best book for you to read and it explains the ancient knowledge about eternal realities and machinations of the INNER PSYCHE. The last sentences of the book say, "This is all that is to be said. There is nothing beyond this. [...] ONE WHO PRACTICES PROFICIENTLY AND CONSISTENTLY FOR SIX MONTHS ACCOMPLISHES THIS."