Talks on Agni, Volume 3
Volume 3 is a collection of writings and transcriptions of lectures given by Torkom Saraydarian in the years 1992-1996. These lectures were discourses on the theme of the Living Ethics contained in the Agni Yoga Books.
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A collection of in-depth discourses on the Agni Yoga Teachings presented by Torkom through 1996. Each Chapter begins with a quote from the Agni Yoga books, followed by a detailed explanation of the hidden meanings, mysteries, and applications of the contents of the text.
Agni Yoga Teachings were given by the Great Sage Master Morya to Helena Roerich in the beginning of the 20th Century. She recorded her conversations with Him and they were subsequently published in a series of books. These books contain deep, mystical, and high level Teachings.
Torkom worked to unify the Teachings of Theosophy as given by H. P. Blavatsky; Lucis Trust as written by Alice A. Bailey; and Agni Yoga, as written by Helena Roerich. His lectures and books were presented as a synthesis of these Teachings. In every speech and writing, he showed the unity and integrity of the whole body of the Teaching. He focused on the sources of the Teaching and showed how they originated from the One Source.
Torkom Saraydarian had the deepest respect and love for the Agni Yoga books and the Teachings contained in these precious gems. They are high level Teachings and each paragraph needs extensive study, meditation, and intuitional awareness.
Once you begin reading Torkom’s explanations of these passages, the entire Agni Yoga Teachings open up to your understanding.
A prayer that was given to students of yoga is Avira Virma Yeti, which means “O Self-Revealing One, reveal Thyself in me.” Or “You Who are concealed beauty within me; You Who are goodness and love within me; You Who are synthesis and creativity and light within me, reveal Yourself Who that I be like You.”
(Talks on Agni, Volume 1, pp. 6, 7.)
Pages: 533 – Softcover
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