6680Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Review of The Karma Seeker
- Apr 8, 2013The book will be available for free Kindle download on amazon.com for five days from April 29 through May 3. However, I'd also be willing to send a copy as an e-mail attachment in Word or PDF format in exchange for a fair and impartial review.StefanFrom: prometheus_973Sent: Monday, April 08, 2013 5:54 PMSubject: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Review of The Karma Seeker
Thanks Stephan for
the review that mentions
the League (Eckankar).
The person who wrote
that review is also an
author of the below
book on Amazon.com
On page 2 he writes:
"Outside of rational awareness,
science fails to explain anything
mysterious or that which falls
outside of that awareness."
Actually, I'm not so sure that
this is true. We have a rational
awareness that there are still
stars in the sky when the sun
is shining, but lately science
has come to know more about
mysterious Black Holes and this
information falls outside of our
However, his book does look
interesting, although, it sounds
like a modern remake regarding
the thoughts and perspectives
of Eastern religious leaders of
the distant past... Ramakrishna
for one. Except, with Ramakrishna
balance was not a key approach
to seeking God. One is to have
a yearning for God as a jobless
man has a yearning for work...
yearning is all you need to have
in order to realize Him (paraphrased).
In any case "The Karma Seeker"
looks like it gives an interesting
look at the mindset of Eckists.
I haven't read the book and don't
plan on buying it. If it becomes
available online for free I'd give
it a critique.
Stefan G. Meyer" wrote:
Got an unsolicited review of
The Karma Seeker the other
Thought you might be interested
in what he says about the book.
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