In Master Key to Self-Realization  he describes how the teaching of Vedanta is transmitted to a student. It starts with the meeting with a guru, who tells about the teachings. Thereafter a mantra is being used by the student to meditate and make the mind more receptive. Then the guru explains the teaching further, which has to be realized experientially by the student.
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Add to Cart Product Description This book comprises two works of great distinction. Both works are attributed to a spiritually enlightened guru, Shri Siddharameshwar Maharaj. The first was written by him in Marathi and the second was originally published in Marathi based on his lectures on Dasbodh, which he delivered between Master Key to Self realisation, based on Advaitic philosophy, delves into the essential nature of man — which it terms as final reality.
Dasbodh written by spiritually enlightened Guru swami Samarth Ramdas in the seventeenth century captures the essence of Upanishadic thought — the reality of the all pervading oneness. In the early part of the twentieth century, Shri Siddharameshwar Maharaj in his inimitable style expounded the hoary teaching of Dasbodh in his quest for a spiritual awakening amongst people. The essential merit of Amrutlaya lies in the fact that Shri Siddharameshwar Maharaj interpreted the seemingly esoteric and abstract teachings of Dasbodh in a lucid manner to facilitate understanding by even those without a formal education.
The essential nature of this phenomenal existence being illusory, it is incapable of providing lasting joy or peace.
Hence this book is ideally aimed at the seeker who having tired of the transience of this phenomenal existence, strives to know the original cause of his creation which turns out to be identical to the creation of this phenomenal world. Additionally this book will serve to inspire the curious reader to investigate the real cause of happiness and misery, which in turn may plant the seed for his self discovery. Amrut Laya is available in 2 parts — Readers are advised to read both the parts.
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