I picked up Aghora II one fine day because the picture on top of the book seemed interesting.
Also esoteric knowledge shared for mythical stories like Ramayana, birth of Ganesha, Shakti, Krishna, Shiva are quite good.
I will try and meet him and see if I can get a one to one session with him on Tantra and on my own spiritual powers.
AGHORA is probably not what you think it is unless you are familiar with the left hand path of tantra and the Sadhus of India. These are probably the most metal folk I know of. Read morePublished 2 months ago by KarmaBassist
Reading this one is as easy and gripping as the first. I just raced through it with immense curiosity and amazement. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ujjwal Dey
I had read Part-I of Aghora Series & rebuked the same for not having much of spiritual info. But with this book, Svoboda had barraged with relevant info. Read morePublished 12 months ago by KT GK
This is not for the beginner... yet it sets the stage for one to understand the principles without getting you ~ in trouble~.
What does that mean ? Read more
This book is not for the new-agers who equivocate Kundalini with sex. This is Aghora/tantric philosophy for the Western mind.Published 17 months ago by Richard L Burnette
I used this to help me get through some intense experiences with Kundalini. It really helped me understand what I was going through and experiencing. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sarah
This is a great book and provides "some" incite in to the Aghora Kapalika tradition but please don't mistake it for a "Aghora bible". Read more
I picked this book to get a better understanding of the symbolism behind Tantra. Initially I was disappointed to see a narrative style of the author's interactions with... Read morePublished on August 16, 2009 by Simple Thinker
Robert Svoboda provides an approachable and in context discourse on Kundalini. A great read, it also enhances and builds on my understanding of the topic.Published on November 9, 2006 by A. Roberts