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The Electronic Edition of The Works of P.R. Sarkar
Cover of Electronic Edition 7.0

The Electronic Edition of
The Works of P.R. Sarkar - V7.5

This CD contains all of the books by P.R. Sarkar (Shrii Shrii Anandamurti) originally in English or translated into English as of October, 2009. The collection includes 1271 articles from 138 books, all in the latest editions including a few articles that have not yet been published in book form. This Seventh Edition contains a Search Engine and tools for locating and displaying text as well as many corrections of typos and formatting. This is the ideal tool for writers, translators, teachers and those who wish to study the philosophy of P.R. Sarkar.


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On Darshan

"When asked by his disciples, Lord Buddha said that the proper style of movement should be according to a definite system and in that definite system there should be 8 fundamental factors. Another thing I should say here, for movement around the nucleus two forces are at work-one is centripetal and one is centrifugal. The centripetal forces called Vidya'Shakti or centre-seeking force. Those moving with Vidya' Shakti get inspiration to move towards the nucleus. The other is centrifugal or drifting away from the centre. This movement always increases the radius, and where Vidya' is more strong the radius is always reduced until finally the moving entity becomes one with the nucleus. This is salvation--becoming one with Parama Purus'a, becoming one with the Supreme Faculty. Now, how to decrease the radius ? That is, how to strengthen the Vidya' Shakti ? That is a spiritual secret. Lord Buddha says, there are eight factors. Those factors will help the spiritual aspirant in lessening the length of the radius. The first is Samyak Darshan or proper philosophy. One must know what one is and what is one's goal. A goal-less march is meaningless, mere wastage of time and energy. So the aspirant must know who he or she is and what is the goal, what is his or her destination. When moving along the road, if you don't know what is your destination, your energy is wasted. So you should know what is your goal and this is called Samyak Darshan in Sam'skrta."

Shrii Shrii A'nandamu'rti
Subha's'ita Sam'graha Part 19
"The Path of Salvation"

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