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Self and the Supreme

Author Name: Dr. K. Sadananda | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

All scriptures declare that the Lord is omnipresent. Scripture says ‘tvam eva mataa..’, you are the mother, you are the father.. ultimately, you are everything. Seeing the Lord involves recognizing the Lord in the form of the mother, father, teacher, and then in every form. This book evolves with that vision, with salutations to mother, father, teacher, and with the vision of the Lord in and through the whole creation. This understanding culminates with the Self and the Supreme becoming one through the Advaitic Teaching. The evolution of the Self to become one with the Supreme forms the essence of this book.


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Dr. K. Sadananda

Dr. K. Sadananda is a Material Scientist by profession, and worked at the United States Naval Research Laboratory as Head of Deformation and Fracture, published extensively in Science, and received many awards. He retired in 2005 and now works as a private consultant in the United States for six months of the year. He was also a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.  

He is a disciple of Swami Chinmayanandaji and was a founding trustee of the Chinmaya Mission’s Washington Regional Center as well as Shree Siva Vishnu Temple, Maryland, USA. He teaches Vedanta on behalf of Chinmaya Mission and splits his time between the USA and India. Advaita Academy has been sponsoring many of his talks on Vedanta and has made them available on You-tube under Acharya Sadaji. He is also author books, Introduction to Vedanta, three volumes of Journey Beyond: A Non-Dual Approach, and Transcending Science, all available on Amazon, USA, UK, and India.   He is married to Mrinalini Sadananda, who is a well-known Kuchipudi dancer and Choreographer.