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An inside look at India’s greatest mystic saint!

The Chant

The Hanuman Chalisa is a hymn in praise of Hanuman authored by Tulsi Das. The word "chālīsā" means the number 40 in Sanskrit, as the Chalisa has 40 verses. Hanuman is a great devotee of Ram and one of the central characters in the epic, Ramayan. He is also an incarnation of Shiva. The qualities of Hanuman - his strength, courage, wisdom, celibacy, devotion to Ram, and the many names by which he is known - are all in the Hanuman Chalisa.

Hanuman is the epitome of ultimate devotion manifested with its full glory unchallenged. By the power of his devotion to Sita Ram, he easily achieved supreme status as the perfect devotee and servitor.

Reciting the Hanuman Chalisa infuses one with unlimited energy and prana. This sacred mantra also increases a person’s resilience, and they emerge victorious in every situation.

The Teacher

Neem Karoli Baba, known to his followers as Maharaj-ji, was a mystic saint and devotee of Hanuman. Here is the essence of his remarkable life and teachings. He is known outside India for being the spiritual master of a number of Americans who traveled to India in the '60s and '70s, including Ram Dass and Bhagavan Das, as well as musicians Krishna Das and Jai Uttal.

Dr. Richard Alpert, a former Harvard professor and Timothy Leary cohort, was an icon of the hippie, LSD-fueled revolution of the '60s. Thereafter, on a trip to India - like Clark Kent changing into Superman - he became the much-beloved spiritual teacher Baba Ram Das. His '70s iconic book, Be Here Now, turned on a generation to the deep, nonsectarian spirituality within us all.

©2022 Eden Garret Giuliano (P)2022 Eden Garret Giuliano

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Great story, but not presented very well :(

A full 1/3 of the book is nothing but music and chanting, another sound clips and anecdotes about other spiritual leaders, teachers and followers. the other 3rd of the book was useless filler.
Not one I would recommend, but a decent compilation of other people's words to paint the picture of Maharaj-ji

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  • 06-26-22

Disappointed

Whilst interesting it lacks structure. A collage of Ram Dass lectures available elsewhere and bhajans and other commentary. Very little able Neem Karoli Baba himself or what his spiritual practices specifically involved