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By Aaravindha Himadra Immortal Self (1st First Edition) [Hardcover]

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In the summer of 2006 Aaravindha Himadra traveled deep into the interior of the Himalayan Mountains to a secret mythic-like valley where he lived among the Amartya Masters, a highly reclusive lineage of ageless beings. To answer their invitation, he endured a daunting trip across the rugged, remote mountain peaks, where he eventually came to their protected valley home, a place where our world's most ancient spiritual truths still exist in wholeness. Through a series of extraordinary experiences and conversations he was given access to their most valued and enigmatic knowledge, knowledge that has never before been openly revealed to the world. This book is a chronological account of the events that took place during that visit. For the soul that yearns to know the truth of our existence, beyond the limits of our contemporary understanding, the knowledge contained in this book is both revolutionary and indispensible. The wisdom borne through its text represents a pure seed of truth-light. It offers the reader a means to realize a high body of knowledge that has long been lost to this world. Divulged here for the first time are the sacred ways of these legendary Masters, who have overcome even the limits of physical death.

328 pages, Hardcover

Published January 1, 2013

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Aaravindha Himadra

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Aaravindha Himadra is the American-born founder and leader of Sambodha, a U.S.-based organization given over to the promotion of self-knowledge and the elevation of human consciousness on a global scale. In the literary world, Himadra is best known as the writer of Immortal Self, a narrative account of Himadra’s transcendental journey to the ancestral Himalayan home of the Amartya Masters, a reclusive lineage of spiritual mystics whose teachings are more relevant than ever in today’s fraught world. A lifelong learner by disposition, Himadra is trained in psychology, Eastern philosophy, and comparative religion, and is proud to have dedicated his adult life to advancing all three fields.

Himadra was born in the Pacific Northwest to parents of German and Latvian extraction, and he continues to live and work in rural Washington State. His growing global followership keeps him on the road much of the time; Sambodha maintains an active calendar of advanced meditation workshops and retreats in North America and Europe.

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June 9, 2020
Simply wow. This book is itself a journey, an initiation. It is not meant to be read or analyzed, but experienced and integrated.

I took about 9 months with it, and the other information and influences that came along in my life throughout that time were no doubt synchronistic.

It was one that spoke to me from its shelf in the store, and it has truly been a great teacher. If it is for you, you will know. I will certainly revisit it frequently in the years to come.
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February 2, 2023
I’m only half way through but the Truth’s in and of this book and Aravindha’s experience are awakening greater Truths inside of me ready to be awakened. I am so grateful the way God unlocks new awarenesses and realizations through books and all that I experience. Thank you Aravindha for sharing this incredible story. I am so grateful for all and all those following and living the Truth that is Love, God, Nameless. It is so. Amen.
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January 13, 2019
I enjoyed this book for the spiritual wisdom it provided. Read it twice or bold the important parts the first time you read it.
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April 15, 2023
A beautifully narrated mystery into the self. Sometomes the dialogue is unnatural toward the but a great way of imparting deep spiritual wisdom overall.
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April 24, 2018
This sounds like the author went to Shambhala (or is writing from the perspective of a persona who has done so). Must read...
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