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Sanatana Dharma: The Eternal Natural Way Paperback – April 15, 2015
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About the Author
Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya is a well-recognized spiritual teacher and author who has been practicing Yoga spirituality for the last 40 years. He counts among his numerous admirers Dr. Deepak Chopra, Shambhavi Chopra, Dr. David Frawley, the editorial staff of Hinduism Today Magazine (which has called Acharyaji one of the top three authorities on Vedic spirituality in the world today), and many hundreds of other leading spiritual leaders and teachers. He lived the life of a full-time Hindu monk from 1978-1986, and was initiated as a Hindu priest in India in 1986. He has a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from the University of Wisconsin. He has so far published nine authoritative books on Yoga spirituality. He is one of the very few non-Indian spiritual teachers on earth to be fully accepted by both the orthodox Indian Hindu community, in addition to Western spiritual seekers, as being a fully authentic and qualified spiritual teacher (Acharya), and a self-realized sage. For further information on Sri Acharyaji's inspiring life and teachings, please visit: www.dharmacentral.com
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Acharyaji goes in depth on what Dharma and the metaphysical constructs behind the philosophy of Vaisnavism mean to him. There are some definite jewels within this book that will enlighten you on certain aspects of reality and life itself.
On the other hand, there is definitely an incomplete and non-objective presentation of Sanatana Dharma in its fullness. There are plenty of other books that you can find that go far beyond the explanations within this work. Although this book fails at attempting to explain Sanatana Dharma in an unbaised manner, the author breaks down the Dharmic worldview quite nicely.
It is surely a book that I will continue to keep as refrence and an added work to my study on Sanatana Dharma and Dharma Metaphysics. If you are a sincere individual who is deeply attracted to Yoga/Meditation/Vedanta/Siddhanta I would recommend another book titled, Dancing With Siva. This work will indeed help you understand Sanatana Dharma more completely, which was written by America's first Satguru Sivaya Subramuniya Swami.
Aum Tat Sat