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Jivanmukta - Liberated while Living
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“We exist for the sake of That. We breathe for the sake of That. We come to tomorrow so that tomorrow That may come. It is for the sake of That that time exists. It is for the sake of That that all future exists. That—that which is liberation.” Mokṣa: Liberation from all limitation is a collection of discourses with Acharya Prashant concerning the theme of liberation or mokṣa: the highest value and goal that the great knowers had to offer to us, the one true yearning behind all our diverse desires, and the utmost need for the one suffering in bondage. In these talks, Acharya Prashant answers questions regarding liberation and bondage coming from all walks of life and stages of spiritual progress. He takes us to the timeless fundamentals of bondage and liberation, body and consciousness, and shows us how these fundamentals are to be applied to spiritual practice and a life of relationship in the world. If you yearn to soar high beyond all boundaries and live a life true to your nature of freedom, this book is for you.
1. In all that you want, liberation is all you want 2. How to be liberated while alive? 3. What is the price of freedom? 4. Consciousness, self, and liberation 5. Why is freedom from desire so very extolled? 6. Liberation, meditation, Heart, and free will
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