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This book is a Vedantic Commentary on ‘Jesus of Aquarius’ channeled by Levi Dowling at the start of the 20th century. Jesus spent 12 years in India and away from Jerusalem from the ages of 12 to 24 years. He learned Vedanta from Hindus and Buddhism from Masters of the East.Universal ReligionJesus’ esoteric insight of spirituality was not understood by the Jews of Jerusalem (and is still not interpreted correctly by the West). He therefore was committed to the Cross by the age of 28. Aquarian Gospel became the catalyst for my commentary in ‘Universal Religion’.

Theosophical Masters have promised a spiritual awakening. It is possible now that we have transcended the Piscean Age (Kali yuga) and have been entering the Aquarian Age (Satya-yuga) for the last 200 years.

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Cost: $25 CAD ($20 USD)

9 thoughts on “Universal Religion”

  1. Marci & Alan says:

    Sneh Chakraburtty has been gifted with a brilliant mind and in this book she uses it to take readers to old places making them seem new with the light she sheds on ancient texts.

    1. sneh says:

      Encouraging comment. Then you should read “…in the Beginning”.

  2. lynn says:

    Thank you Sneh for having the courage to unveil the truth regarding Jesus and the origins of his teaching in the East. So many distortions, historical inaccuracies, disputes over hidden documents and His ultimate resting place have led us into unholy wars ( for when were wars ever holy?) and uneccessary suffering. In the attempt to Christianize the masses in His name we have witnessed the disappearance of many tribal cultures in North America, India and Asia.
    We have witnessed the calculated removal of the Divine Feminine from the original teachings and the desecration of our Mother the Earth.
    Certainly this is not the message of Jesus the Christ, or what the Sages, Buddhas and Indigeneous Holy man have come to teach us!

    Universal Religion is the Oneness and connectedness of all Creation. In a sense it is not a religion as much as a spiritual way of living in the world. It tells us God is One, beyond name and form.

    To live in harmony with all living Creatures with out harm is to love ourselves in the awareness we are all one body, all sons and daughters of the Creator, all intrinsically divine. There is no lower no higher no better no worse. We are on this journey together, here to help one another on this rugged road of life. He said,” be in the world but not of it.” This is non attachment, the ancient teachings of the Vedas and of time immemorial. To be of service but do not be attached to the results of your labors.

    Heaven, Nirvana Samadhi are states that can be reached while living here on earth and may be attained through meditation and Bhakti, love of God in every breath, and service to humanity.

    The master disciple relationship of Jesus and his apostles is the same as the Guru devotee relationship so prevalent in the East. Krishna consciousness and Christ consciousness are one and the same. It is that elevated state of awareness of the God within, the true self, the Atma or eternal soul. The Holy spirit is the Holy breath of life within us.

    The end times that many Christians speak of is the end of this Kali Yuga. Sneh has brought this forward with wonderful clarity in the book, revealing that a shift in consciousness is occurring for us all at this time.

    Hopefully we can enter the new gates with a greater sense of Universal love and understanding, on the wings of a pure white dove.

    Lynn Cheechoo
    Om Shri Amar Jyoti namo namah.
    Moose Factory, Ontario, Canada

  3. Sneh says:

    Dear Lynn:
    Your blog is both true and an illuson.
    From a mystic’s perspective, “The person is merely the result of a misunderstanding. In reality, there is no such thing. Feelings, thoughts and actions race before the watcher in endless succession, leaving traces in the brain and creating an illusion of continuity. A reflection of the watcher in the mind creates the sense of ‘I’ and the person acquires an apparently independent existence. In reality there is no person, only the watcher (Self or God) identifying himself with the ‘I’ and the ‘mine’.” (Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj).
    So long as people do not understand the true nature of the objective world, they fall into the dualistic view of things. They imagine the multiplicity of external objects to be real and become attached to them and are nourished by their habit energy. Because of this system of mentation, mind and what belongs to it is discriminated and is thought of as real. This leads to the assertion of an ego-soul and its belongings, and thus the mind-system goes on functioning. Depending on and attaching itself to the dualistic habit of mind, they accept the views of the philosophies founded on these erroneous distinctions… By setting up names and forms the self-righteous ego is multiplied and thus the mind goes on conditioning and being conditioned. By becoming attached to names and forms, not realising that they have no more basis than the activities of the mind itself, error arises, false-imagination as to pleasure and pain arises, and the way to emancipation is blocked.
    So from a mystical perspective, ‘self’ in the beginning must first believe itself as person-in-a-world experiencing the planet, within a society, with possessions, post and a position of reputation. There is however no point to life when ‘self’ decides to believe in such ‘differences’. They express their disconnect in Religions and even God! Such narratives, emerge simply because each is biologically and socially conditioned to accept illusion and delusions about Truth as ‘normal’. We need to make the Cosmic Connection!

  4. lynn cheechoo says:

    Thank you Sneh,

    It should read Om Shri Amar Jyotyai namo namah.

    Love Lynn.

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