Jesus, the son of man became son of god while still in the body. Like Rama Krishna Parama Hamsa, he is not a learned man. So his sayings are quite easy to understand and straight forward, unlike those of Adi Sankara, Buddha, Mahavira who are intellectuals apart from realization. Their language is rather poetic and so indirect. In Jesus teaching we see humanness and divineness. He wants to take us from our ordinary human existence to divineness us which is inner most core of every human being. The approach of Jesus is love and compassion and his teachings reflect them. Obviously people misunderstood him and his teaching who preached non-violence through repentance and people indulged in wars even in the name Christianity which preaches love. So an attempt has been made in this book about what exactly he wanted to convey. If one reads Bible and understands it properly he will be transformed and starts a new way of living afresh. Our present existence depends on “me” and “mine” first, and we feel that we are separate from rest of existence. This feeling of separation is bringing chaos in the world and sorrow and misery is the result of living as separate entities. Life is relationship and the core of thinking depends on relationship. At present thought process is in the service of “me” woven by thought which is intrinsically limited and any action arising from it is bound to be incomplete and so results in conflict, misery, sorrow. But if relationship is based on love, complete action takes place which holistic without thought interference and shadow of past. So let us read Bible and start a new way of life which brings peace.
Insights in self-inquiry by P V S Suryanarayana Raju
VISHNU SAHASRANAMA by V. RAVI
Death: Before, During & After (In German) by Dada Bhagwan
A Scientific Religion by Parag Surana