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The Ancestors: Secret Doorway to Health and Healing.

The Ancestors: Secret Doorway to Health and Healing.

In fact, Yoga/Hinduism is one of the few (if not only major tradition) surviving to this day that still highly favors honoring one’s ancestors. While it is somewhat understandable as to why the modern mind would ask the question, ‘what is the value of honoring the ancestors?’ In reality, the answer to this [...]

September 21, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Translating Ancient Hindu Texts (Agenda for conversion?)

Translating Ancient Hindu Texts (Agenda for conversion?)

Aside from the Bhagavad Gita and a sampling of the vast compendium of Hindu dharmic teachings, relatively few important texts have a comprehensive and detailed modern translation.  This is especially true for the Vedas.  For insight and understanding in English of ancient texts, such as the Vedas, one must often rely upon translations dating back [...]

June 2, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

Assault on India : The Partitioning of Hinduism

Assault on India : The Partitioning of Hinduism

The once expansive Bharata (India) is shrinking.  What was once a great cultural land mass extending possibly from near ancient Persia eastward to Southeast Asia and possibly as far south as various South Pacific islands is literally becoming smaller as a geographic land with the emergence of or partitioning of India exemplified through the creation [...]

March 29, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Chakras within the Vedas : Stopping Scholarly Distortion of Vedic Teachings

Chakras within the Vedas : Stopping Scholarly Distortion of Vedic Teachings

There has been commentary by some scholars that the concept of chakras is a relatively new phenomenon within Hinduism; and there appears to be an implication that chakras were not known to the Vedic tradition. Regrettably, this appears to be part of a continuing effort to redefine Hinduism, and to imply that Dharmist do not [...]

February 12, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Anti-Hindu Bias in Early Scholarly Work

Anti-Hindu Bias in Early Scholarly Work

A book review and critical analysis. The purpose of this paper is to explore the authenticity of a biased religious attitude pertaining to the Indian civilization, in particular religious teachings, by western scholars; and to review these works. In addition, looking at an older and a more modern work will provide a review and an [...]

December 30, 2015 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

The Elements and the Mind.

The Elements and the Mind.

It has often been said that much of our spiritual journey is an attempt to tame the ‘monkey mind’, as the mind is often compared with the actions of a monkey-jumping from one thing to another.  It would be true to say that the serious spiritual work does not begin until one has tamed the [...]

December 22, 2013 HHR Archives, Spirituality/Culture 0