Baba

Baba

Autobiography of A Blue-eyed Yogi

Book - 2005 | 1st ed
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"Baba" is the true account of a 19-year-old Jewish boy who goes to India in search of truth in the late 1960s, and is initiated into ancient yogi/shaman traditions.
Publisher: New York : Bell Tower, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 140008038X (hardcover)
Branch Call Number: 294.5092 RAM
Characteristics: 243 p. ; 22 cm

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rgadawg
Oct 05, 2013

This is quite an intense look into the more religious pieces and depths of the Hindu mystical paths of Total Renunciation. Great reading for anyone interested in the more hidden stories and treasures about the great Hindu traditions found at the depths of Hindu mythology, and the path of Renunciation. You will meet not only the deep mythology of ancient Hindu spiritual beliefs, but, many very interesting people in this book. You will meet the Nagas Babas, the naked gurus, and all levels of the very ancient Hindu religious traditions that are preserved and mastered by Hinduism's most diligent and determined practitioners and followers. It is not the written book which preserves these ancient teachings, but, the actual masters and gurus themselves, which hold, preserve, and continue these ancient Hindu paths and teachings. Quite a fascinating journey, through detailed rituals, detailed mythology, as told by this Westerner's many years seeking to become a Baba himself.

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rgadawg
Oct 09, 2014

This is quite an intense look into the more religious pieces and depths of the Hindu mystical paths of Total Renunciation. Great reading for anyone interested in the more hidden stories and treasures about the great Hindu traditions found at the depths of Hindu mythology, and the path of Renunciation. You will meet not only the deep mythology of ancient Hindu spiritual beliefs, but, many very interesting people in this book. You will meet the Nagas Babas, the naked gurus, and all levels of the very ancient Hindu religious traditions that are preserved and mastered by Hinduism's most diligent and determined practitioners and followers. It is not the written book which preserves these ancient teachings, but, the actual masters and gurus themselves, which hold, preserve, and continue these ancient Hindu paths and teachings. Quite a fascinating journey, through detailed rituals, detailed mythology, as told by this Westerner's many years seeking to become a Baba himself.

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