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A time like no other, by the Master –
The speed of change today outstrips man's ability to respond and understand, so confusion and fear dominate man's thinking.

The new civilization, by the Master –
Right relationships, goodwill, brotherhood and spirituality will be the hallmarks of the new civilization, in which man will realize his divinity.

Unique is the time, by the Master –
Maitreya and the Masters will allay man's fears by showing us that, through trust, respect and sharing, man will achieve unprecedented heights.

Maitreya's teachings on religion
Discussion of the impact of religion in human suffering, and the role of the clergy.

The coming century, by the Master –
Inspired by Maitreya, people of goodwill will know that man's problems are solvable through sharing and justice.

Churches, theology and dogma, by Aart Jurriaanse 
As men and women become more educated, church teachings are increasingly under scrutiny.  

The pathfinders, by Bette Stockbauer
A historical look at how advanced thinkers of the past have seeded civilizations with new-age ideas/goals for human advancement.

Humanity’s longing for cultural heroes, enlighteners and saviors, by Andrea Bistrich
A survey of some cultural images of the Savior, showing the universality of hope for renewal. 

The new innocence, interview with Raimon Panikkar, by Carmen Font
Interview with the author and President of the Center for Intercultural Studies, Raimon Panikkar, calling for a new awareness of the limitations of human knowledge in order to make room for the Divine. 

Hans Kung: in search of a global ethic, by Diana Holland
Catholic theologian Kung speaks to the need for consensus on the values, standards and basic moral attitudes necessary to save humanity from itself. 

Al-Hardiny, the saint of Kfifan, by Nabil Matraji
A short biography of the life of recently beatified Al-Hardiny of Lebanon, including his practical mysticism and the miracles which he performed for both Muslims and Christians.   

Jesus and his times, by Bette Stockbauer
An in-depth look at the challenges which the Master Jesus faced from the environment into which he was placed.

Gnostic Christianity and the Myth of Sophia, by Bette Stockbauer 
An in-depth survey of early Gnostic Christianity, its teachers, its relationship to modern esoteric thought, and the religious/political environment which shaped its expression. 

An Exodus for our time, by Jeremy Traylen
The allegory of Exodus is being played out now in the modern world, complete with slavery, a cruel Pharaoh and a modern-day Moses, sent by God. 

Esoteric traditions of the old Inca empire, by Peter Liefhebber 
Dutch Journalist Liefhebber reports on a trip to Machu Pichu, where he met a tourist consultant with unusual insight into Incan traditions. 

The relevance of Hindu values to a stress-oriented society, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
The role of breath, desire and mantra in relieving stress. 

Learn to see God in everything, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
A two-part discussion of God's relationship to mankind and to the Earth, and God's existence in the present.

Creating a relationship with God, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
Part four in a series of discourses on the Bhagavad Gita

No one is separate from the Lord, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
Part seven in a series of discourses on the Bhagavad Gita

Detachment brings peace and harmony, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
The third in a series of discourses on the Bhagavad Gita, a sacred Hindu text which is relevant to all spiritual seekers.

Sharing what God has given us, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda 
The second in a series of talks on the Bhagavad Gita, focusing on karma yoga, restraint, enjoyment and the spirit of sharing.

The spirit of selfless service, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
The fifth in a series of Swami's discourses on the Bhagavad Gita.

The purpose of life is  to realize who we are, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
Part eight in a series of discourses on the Bhagavad Gita.

Working for the good of the world, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda 
The first in a series of excerpts from talks given by Swami Nirliptananda, a senior Swami in a temple in London's Asian community, based on the Bhagavad Gita

From self-consciousness to self-culture to self-knowledge, from a talk by Swami Nirliptananda
Part six in a series of discussions on the Bhagavad Gita, addressing the challenges of personal spiritual growth in modern times.

Swami Premananda – an Avatar imprisoned: "Truth will finally win"
An inspiring report on the work and tribulations of a famous spiritual Teacher. 

We are the thinker behind the thought, interview with Deepak Chopra, by Monte Leach
An interview with Dr. Deepak Chopra about the key role of spiritual awareness in the healing process.  

Sri Shankaracharya and Maitreya: who am I?,  by Patricia Pitchon
A comparison of teachings on the nature of the self and the path toward self-realization. 

Preserving the Tibetan Buddhist culture, by Jan Spence
Sally Sorenson, Project Coordinator of Dharma Publishing in Berkeley, California, describes its mission of salvaging, preserving and displaying writings and art of Tibetan Buddhism. 


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First published April 1999, Last modified: 15-Oct-2005