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Sunday, June 24, 2018


The Bhagavad Gita is the epic poem contained in the larger allegorical drama, the Mahabharata.
The story depicts the personal struggle of the warrior Arjuna when he is faced with the difficult choices of deciding just what in his life needs to be let go and what needs to be embraced. As a response to the warrior's despondency and inability to deal with the crisis, the Teacher explains the basic tenets of the Ageless Wisdom, such as detachment, responsibility, life and death, karma, outmoded beliefs vs. the eternal path, life choices, and continuous striving.
It is written in a beautiful verse form, easy to understand, and is particularly suited for meditative study.
From the Preface:
This translation is done from the original sources in comparison with more than fifty translations in English, in French, and in Armenian.
We assume that this is a most faithful translation to the spirit of the Bhagavad Gita because of the deep knowledge of the translator in oriental and occidental philosophy, religious mysticism, and life. All these gave him the needed background to penetrate beyond the letter and bring out the true spirit of the Bhagavad Gita. The first translation by him was made into Armenian in 1957, and was published in Jerusalem. A copy was given to President Nehru and Rama Prasad.
A 1958 letter to Mr. Saraydarian indicated that Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru appreciated receiving the translation and was pleased to know that such a translation had been made in as much as "The Bhagavad Gita... is a book which has exercised very great influence on the Indian mind for generations past." Delight in receiving the Armenian translation was also expressed by S. Radhakrishnan, Vice President, India, "I hope very much that it will be read widely and the teachings of the Gita will spread..."
Since that time H. Torkom Saraydarian continued his research on the commentaries of the Bhagavad Gita by various Hindu and western scholars, which has helped him see the verses of the Bhagavad Gita from various viewpoints, from many approaches, and gave us a translation which reflects the real and true depths of the Bhagavad Gita.
This translation was made in deep reflection and meditation, pondering on each Sanskrit word and phrase until the spirit behind the words was seen, grasped, and put into form. He has also prepared 18 lessons explaining the true Bhagavad Gita in the context of the Upanishads, the Sutras of Pantanjali, Shankaracharya, the Secret Doctrine, and the Teachings of the Tibetan Master.
This book has been the source of courage, inspiration, and enlightenment to so many great Souls in the world. Open to any page and you will find a message of upliftment, courage, and meaning that expands your consciousness tremendously and leads you to the fulfillment of your destiny.
Here is a book which challenges the highest within us and leads us to the most courageous strivings in our life. Here is a book which invites us and inspires us to overcome darkness, ignorance, inertia, and selfishness. It opens our heart to the wisdom of the ages and inspires us to live a life of dedication, service, sacrifice, and of great joy!

Saturday, June 23, 2018



Other Worlds is a monumental study that describes, in detail, every level of existence beyond the physical plane. It answers questions about life that we ask such as: What is on the other side of physical life? How do we contact it? What happens when we die? What is this about psychics and mediums and channels? 
If you want to know why things happen, not just that they do, this book is for you.
It answers questions like: What exists beyond our physical world? What happens after we die? What can we learn from near death experiences? Do we go somewhere when we sleep? Who are invisible helpers? What are the emotional worlds? What are the fiery worlds?
Other Worlds teaches us how our world operates and who inhabits its many levels. It teaches how we can have conscious contact with higher worlds, and what sort of contacts to avoid. Other Worlds teaches us to recognize that every single action taken, word spoken, emotion felt on individual, group, and national levels in our physical world has direct and immediate consequences on every level of existence. The results of our actions stay with us as we live our life here, as we leave our bodies and travel to higher worlds, and as we incarnate once again.
You will read beautiful chapters on children, re-incarnation, celebrating birthdays, invisible helpers, the continuity of life, the Guardian Angel, dealing with death and grief, and much more.

Friday, June 22, 2018


The Science of Medtation is a timeless guide on the path of safe, effective, and protective meditation. A primer on meditation and an important book for any serious person seeking a constructive approach to spiritual and mental health.
Based on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the Science of Meditation explains the science and process of the advanced seed thought meditation. This form of meditation provides:
  • The ability to think clearly
  • The ability to focus on one thought, training the mind to stay clear and calm
  • The ability to lead the body, the emotions, and the mind into constructive expression of the soul
  • The ability to see any aspect of life from multiple viewpoints
  • The ability to raise the consciousness
  • The ability to link the lower mind with the higher through the construction of the Antahkarana
The Science of Meditation offers simple, step-by-step methods of meditation.  It teaches how to meditate, the rules for meditation, the use of the Sacred Word, dangers and pitfalls to avoid, how to find the right form of meditation, and much more.
Torkom saraydarian was a life-long student and practitioner of scientific meditation. This book reflects his personal experiences and processes in the study and practice of meditation.