Share

Editions ASSA

!

Christelle Magarotto

Article paru lors du salon de Mednat 2012 : Bien-être ; de l'équilibre fragile des énergies (pdf).

Christelle Magarotto

Martin Brofman

Preface

In this highly devotional work, Dr. Bharati shares his insights and his personal experiences of those Beings whom he considers as Guiding Lights in his personal life, as well as in the evolution of our planetary consciousness. Reading these accounts, one cannot help but be impressed with the knowledge of the writer as well as the depth of the philosophies being shared.

This book is for anyone interested in the history and philosophies of India, and of those who have contributed to its evolution. For those new to the ideas presented, it is a fascinating and detailed glimpse into the consciousness of someone having spent years at the feet of the Masters – and for those already familiar with the culture and religion of India, a lovely reminder of the living philosophies of this highly spiritual region.

As one reads the author’s accounts of the evolved Beings he has met and spent time with, one may notice the parallel process in the consciousness accompanying the words being read – ideas stimulated by the remarkable lives being described and their dedication to the ideals they personified.

When one reads of the amazing number of these remarkable Beings the author has spent time with, one can only be impressed, considering that his path may well have had as its purpose the recounting of his experiences, as shared in this beautiful and detailed writing.

Martin Brofman

Dr. Mangalampalli BalamuraliKrishna

Preface

Poets and composers, in multitudes, since the earliest times of history have enriched our literature and music. Because of such great personalities, our culture and religion has flourished. In the recent times, the great poet Shuddhananda Bharati, a boon of God to our country, contributed substantially to that genre. He was both a poet (Kavi) and a Yogi and fittingly adored as ‘Kaviyogi’. He was an outstanding poet and has left innumerable lyrics; many of them have already been popularized by great singers. Since he was well versed in music, his songs bear both lyrical and musical beauties. They tend to offer much scope for enhancing the musical subtleties for those who wish to tune them. He was equally a scholar in French besides Sanskrit and Tamil. With his spiritual bent of mind from an early age, he lived for some years in Pondicherry. His songs are in praise of many deities, Nature and so on. With lilting poetry, his songs were published by himself. Now, all his works have been compiled once again and published, a very essential service to humanity. I hope that those who are really interested in knowing or practising meritorious songs on religion, Yoga and so on will surely be benefited by this publication of his works by the Editions ASSA (Aum Shudha Shakti Aum) by Christian Piaget in L’Auberson, Switzerland.

Dr. Mangalampalli BalamuraliKrishna
Padma Vibushan
Chennai, 17 July 2011