The Divine Romance
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The Divine Romance

Collected Talks and Essays on Realizing God in Daily Life, Volume II

Paramahansa Yogananda

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978-0-87612-241-9

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Paramahansa Yogananda’s Collected Talks and Essays present in-depth discussions of the vast range of inspiring and universal truths that have captivated millions in his Autobiography of a Yogi. Readers will find these talks alive with the unique blend of all-embracing wisdom, practical encouragement, and love for humanity that have made the author one of our era’s most revered and trusted guides to the spiritual life.
 
About The Divine Romance

 

The Divine Romance includes nearly fifty talks and essays by Paramahansa Yogananda. Readers will find these talks alive with the unique blend of all-embracing wisdom, encouragement, and love for humanity that have made the author one of our era’s most trusted guides to the spiritual life.

 

The second book in a trilogy, which includes, Mans Eternal Quest and Journey to Self-realization — each of which are packed with information covering a vast range of spiritual topics — The Divine Romance speaks to the deepest needs of the human soul. The great master reveals how we can meet the daily challenges to our physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual well-being — by awakening our divine nature, the neglected reality at the core of our being.

 

Yogananda said, “The greatest romance you can have is the romance with God....He is the Lover and our souls are the beloved, and when the soul meets the greatest Lover of the universe, then the eternal romance begins. The love that you have been seeking for incarnations through all human loves is at last yours.”

 

 

Contents Include:

 

• How to Cultivate Divine Love

• Practicing Religion Scientifically

• The Mind: Repository of Infinite Power

• How to Free Yourself From Bad Habits

• The Cosmic Lover

• How to Work Without Fatigue
• Where Are Our Departed Loved Ones?
• Controlling Your Destiny
• Why Evil Is a Part of God’s Creation

 

 

 

“He [Yogananda] was inspired...one of the greats. He showed the way for people into a purer, unadulterated type of faith, a universal faith.”

 

— Dan Thrapp, Religion Editor (1951 – 1975), Los Angeles Times