The Avadhut and His Twenty-Four Teachers in Nature
The Avadhut is both a novel and a compendium of Eastern spiritual teachings, presented in an engaging and authentic manner. The main character, Ekanta, who has been drawn from mention of a holy man in the Srimad Bhagavatam, encounters such “teachers” as the earth, the moth, the ocean, the child, the prostitute, the elephant and the arrowmaker, inspiring vivid recollections from his life spent in the company of his own spiritual masters, illumined parents, and other enlightened beings. 712 pages, $24.95
“I am impressed with the vast amount of knowledge and information from the Hindu Tradition contained in the book. The illustration of the Avadhut story on the cover is a tremendous product of deep imagination. I hope it will do immense good for the people in USA and other countries.”
— Swami Ranganathananda, President, Ramakrishna Math and Mission
Sword of the Goddess Book Series
Twenty-Four Aspects of Mother Kali
This publication represents an attempt to remind humanity of their divine parentage, of their source of origin and of their perfect inner nature. This book is a “must read,” not only for aspirants and devotees, but also for followers of Eastern religion and philosophy and for every interested advocate of the Divine Mother path, regardless of cultural bias, personal preference, or historical orientation.
The Ten Divine Articles of Sri Durga
The Divine Articles held aloft in Her ten hands are not just physical objects, not weapons for fighting negativity and not merely powers for bringing about benefit to struggling and aspiring beings. Each one is an inseparable and intrinsic portion of Her very nature, being extensions of Her infinite attributes and qualities in outer manifestation only.
Babaji Bob Kindler explores the symbolism associated with the sacred objects seen in Sri Durga’s lovely hands and proceeds to utilize these many attributes as spiritual and devotional aids in a set of guided meditations.
Advaita Vedanta Book Series
Revealing the realization of Brahman to be as clear and tangible as a fruit in the palm of one’s hand.The appeal of this ancient hymn lies in the non-dual nature of its expression, an uncompromising assertion of the absolute identity between God and man, creature and Creator, the Soul present in all called the Atman and the ocean of Pure Consciousness called Brahman.
Strike Off Thy Fetters!
Commentary on “The Song of the Sannyasin”
A Poem by Swami Vivekananda, Commentary by Babaji Bob Kindler.
Swami Vivekananda wrote this poem while in the United States in the late 19th century and it has become a classic among spiritual aspirants dedicated to Truth, Unity, Freedom, Peace and selfless service. A thorough understanding of this masterpiece guides the sincere reader from first awakenings, to tenacious discrimination between the Real and the unreal, leading him or her to calm detachment and selfless service while abiding in the glory of the unified Self. Babaji’s in-depth commentary makes this poem eminently accessible to aspirants of any path
We are Atman All-Abiding
108 Verses on the Atman, the eternal Essence of Consciousness pervading everything.
This poem was written for Lex Hixon, author of Great Swan – Meetings with Ramakrishna, Divine Mother of the Universe and founder of the National SRV Association, before he passed away in November, 1995.
Responding by letter, Lex wrote, “This is an American classic, a true assimilation of the Kali Advaita. It is filled with lightness as well as with Light, and it will move the hearts of many aspirants.”