A Guide to the Tibetan Book of the Dead: Origins, Importance, and Significance in Western Culture

Introduction to The Tibetan Book of the Dead :- The Tibetan Book of the Dead, also known as the “Bardrobe,” is an ancient text with its origins in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. It is considered to be a guide to the intermediate state between death and rebirth and is read or recited to someone who … Read more

Exploring the Universal Reality Behind All Spiritual Traditions

Introduction: In the world of spirituality and religion, it’s widely accepted that the heart holds the deepest truth of our existence. From ancient to contemporary times, some of the finest spiritual teachers have explored this idea and shared their insights with the world. In this article, we delve into the concept of the heart as … Read more

Self-Structure and Samadhi: Understanding the Soul’s Sheaths

Introduction: Self-structure is a concept that is described by many developmental models. Ancient civilizations had their own interpretations of self-structure, such as the Upanishads, which referred to the soul’s sheaths as koshas. These koshas reflect a layer of the self-structure and can serve as a veil or level of maya that distracts individuals from their … Read more