The Aghora books have been embraced world-wide for their frankness in broaching subjects generally In this third volume of the Aghora trilogy the Ag More. Aghora: At the Left Hand of God is the first book in the Aghora trilogy. Written almost entirely in Vimalananda’s own words, it presents events from his life, tenets. Posted May 29, This trilogy forms a portion of the story of the Aghori Vimalananda. An aghori is a practitioner of Aghora, the spiritual discipline that takes.

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Aghora Series by Robert E. Svoboda

Published in English and available on Kindle. Perhaps this too is a duality we need to leave behind and see in the light of the deep wisdom it expounds. In depth and consummate. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.

Vimalananda stresses that enacting such acts for its profane pleasure and by extension pretty much all acts in general won’t go without its karmic consequences. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. He instead suggests that the readers should test on themselves all that has been mentioned in Aghora: This book is a meeting with Aghora and that makes it such a refreshing read.

You will feel like lost in a different world when you are reading this book. Designed partly to shock and partly to comfort, but wholly as an offering to his Beloved, Aghora is a picture of a man who was a riddle wrapped up in an enigma.


Aghora: At the Left Hand of God

Book is an amazing journey of Vimalananda Triogy who has seen enough in this life and portrayed the immutable attributes of “Left Handed” worshiper. The author deals with Karmic theory, and its aghoea. Designed partly to shock and partly to comfort, but wholly as an offering to his Beloved, Aghora is as clear a picture as possible of a man who was a riddle wrapped up in an enigma.

The book shocks you. In retrospect, there is a lot of merit in his writings, particularly if you approach it from the idea of Svoboda’s work is interesting and very challenging.

Contrary to the common misunderstanding that aghori’s are hedonists, Vimalananda asserts that they are ascetics and only indulge in these seemingly debaucherous acts in a ritualistic context. Clear, concise and definitely – don’t try this at home. The Greatness of Saturn The telling of mythic stories has always been a powerful form of therapy, bringing healing to people facing adversity.

You will find the answers to some questions which the western evolutionary scientists wouldn’t even have imagined. Reading it doesn’t look feel as terrifying as the book cover makes it look and that’s perhaps the most important lesson to learn from Aghora, there’s really nothing to be afraid of.

At the Left Hand of God Paperback. The first Westener ever to graduate from a college of Ayurveda and be licensed to practice in India, Dr. It is the message or lesson behind every anecdote which not only makes the theory easy to understand but also relate to it in a much better and hence digest it thoroughly.


He goes onto caution the readers telling them not to believe everything that he says to be the truth as he is human too and is bound to make mistakes. There are never technical discussions about the teachings of shankara but his criticism of the achArya is generally based on popular tales associated with shankara.

Svoboda’s work is interesting and very challenging. If you are a beginner you tend to land in to superstions and go astray from the right way. See 2 questions about Aghora…. Expectedly, I was in for a crashing disappointment. May 23, Anurag Tripathi rated it really liked it.

If you are even a little ‘witchy’ this book will become your bible. Sep 12, Priyanka Pathak rated it really liked it.

If Robert is reading these archives, which he was sometime ago, we hope he shares more of his opinion with us. Clearly, a book that falls into many categories. I could not stop reading, despite my busy schedule I was able to finish this book in 2 weeks.