Five Lectures on Reincarnation

  • Title: Five Lectures on Reincarnation
  • Author: Swami Abhedananda
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Five Lectures on Reincarnation This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery
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    About Swami Abhedananda


    1. Sw mi Abhed nanda Bengali , born Kaliprasad Chandra Bengali was a sanyasin associated with the Bengali Rennaisance of Vaisnavite Vedanta Swami Vivekananda encouraged him to head the Vedanta Society, New York in 1897, and spread the message of Vedanta, a theme on which he authored several books In 1921 he returned to India, and the next year he traveled to Tibet to study with the lamas there He later founded the Ramakrishna Vedanta Math in Calcutta now Kolkata and Darjeeling, India At the time of his death, he was last surviving direct disciple of the 19th century mystic Sri Ramakrishna.


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    1. I read this to try and get some good arguments in favor of the theory of reincarnation. I was disappointed. Al the arguments herein contained are either obviously illogical, or rest on extreme and unforgivable misunderstandings of science. That said, it is, I suppose a good overview of the Vedantic theory of reincarnation, however flawed and illogical that theory is.Generally, these arguments are either identical to, or as logically flawed as creationist arguments. For example:* Scientists canno [...]

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    2. Whether you believe in reincarnation or not, this is an interesting read, making a logical argument in favour of it. The author takes the Vedanta approach, which originates in Hinduism, but could be applied in any cultural context. He takes time to explain why the traditional one-birth belief of the Abrahamic religions doesn't make any sense, because one short human lifespan doesn't allow for adequate experience and learning if souls are then to be rewarded or punished for their behaviour on Ear [...]

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    3. Well writtenI thought this book was a great insight on the theory of reincarnation. It had alot of information on the theory of reincarnation and some solid arguments as to why this theory seems logical. I would recommend this book to anyone who is open to receive it.

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    4. This was an interesting read I downloaded from Google books. If you have a hard time accepting the one-shot dogma of the judeo-christian-muslim worldview, this book presents a seductive alternative that may better jibe with your personal sense of justice.

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    5. I learned things I didn't know about this belief system; it was quite interesting.

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    6. I liked it.This book was well written and well organised. Obviously much factual research was presenters and supported the reincarnation hypotheses. Recommended.

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