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Cosmic Consciousness



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Title: Cosmic Consciousness



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COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS 


The Man-God Whom We Await 


by



ALI NOMAD


1915 



CONTENTS




CHAPTER I


THE NEW BIRTH; WHAT IT IS; INSTANCES DESCRIBED



The religions and philosophies of the Orient and the Occident compared; their chief difference; The mistaken 
idea of death. Cosmic Consciousness not common in the Orient. Why? What the earnest disciple strives for. 

The Real and the unreal. Buddha's agonized yearnings; why he was moved by them with such irresistible 

power; the ultimate victory. The identity of The Absolute; The Oriental teachings; "The Spiritual Maxims of 
Brother Lawrence;" The seemingly miraculous power of the Oriental initiate; does he really "talk" to birds and 

animals? How they learn to know and read "the heart of the world." The inner temples throughout Japan. The 

strange experience of a Zen (a Holy Order of Japan), student-priest in attaining mukti. The key to Realization. 
An address by Manikyavasayar, one of the great Tamil saints of Southern India. The Hindu conception of 

Cosmic Consciousness. The Japanese idea of the state. The Buddhist "Life-saving" monasteries; how the 

priests extend their consciousness to immeasurable distances at will. The last incarnation of God in India. His 
marvelous insight. The urge of the spiritual yearning for the "Voice of the Mother." His twelve years of





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