God Without Religion


In a groundbreaking approach to today’s tough spiritual and social dilemmas, God Without Religion offers an intelligent and compassionate bridge from dogmatic belief systems to progressive spirituality. Sankara Saranam, son of Iraqi Jews and a former monastic in the Self-Realization branch of the Swami Order founded by Paramahansa Yogananda, shows why organized religion has long been the cause of humanity’s worst wars and most acute suffering-then guides us beyond our divisive history into more expansive perceptions capable of creating a unified, peaceful future. Through a series of penetrating inquiries and practices, readers are invited to examine their beliefs, turn inward, and develop a direct understanding of God. Includes 17 techniques for spiritual development


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