Oneness with Shiva: Meditate on the Self as the Self by Acharya Ricardo B. Serrano, R.Ac.


Oneness with Shiva by Ricardo B. SerranoReviewed by Douglas R. Cobb

Reinforce and reinvigorate your Inner Guru, and become spiritually and physically healthier and wiser! But, how can I do this, you might well ask; how can I obtain the wisdom of the ages, of many diverse cultures and religions throughout history in one convenient place? I’m glad you asked that–the answer, Young Grasshoppers, is really quite simple. You have two choices–you can spend years, nay, decades, reading ancient and modern tomes on these subjects, and spend years/decades training to achieve your desired goal; or, read and practice the lessons and advice given in Acharya (just Ricardo on the covers of some of his books) B. Serrano’s informative series of books on these subjects, like his latest, Oneness with Shiva! What could be simpler than that, and also more beneficial to your health and well-being?

Oneness with Shiva is a supplementary book to Return to Oneness with Shiva, though one doesn’t need to have read the latter book to get a lot of value from reading the former. However, I’d recommend reading both, and the entire series, if you really want to get the most benefits and knowledge about how to promote your own well-being, both spiritually and physically.

Do you want to know more information about holistic healing, and a greater awareness of your place in the Universe? If you follow the wise advice offered in these volumes, these things and more will be yours. The author combines the wisdom of the religions and philosophical beliefs of countries like India and China with those of Judaism and Christianity, in an incomparable blend that incorporates the wisdom of both the East and the West.

What, exactly, are some of the topics Ricardo Serrano covers in Oneness with Shiva? The topics include what the Siddha Path is, what Kundalini or Shakti Awakening is, the Wei Qi Field and how it relates to Qigong, and what Sheng Zhen is, and how each influences us on a daily basis, whether or not we know what they are.

I’ll briefly go into a couple of these topics, as the words used like “Siddha Path” and “Kundalini” might be previously unheard of by some readers of this review. The Siddha Path, if I understand it correctly, presents “a practical psychology of liberation.” It’s based on the Sutras or teachings and knowledge of Shiva, handed down through generations of Siddhas and Gurus. Knowledge of the Sutras helps to lead to self-awareness, and that God is everywhere, even in ourselves.

Kundalini can be thought of as the secret of life, in a way. It is Shakti, or supreme energy, “whom the sages of India worship as the mother of the universe.” In a religious sense, Shakti was the consort of Shiva, and she “is the active aspect of the formless, attributeless Absolute.” The nature of Shakti is that she “is the supreme creative power of the Absolute Being.” There is much, much more to the topic and the definition of what Kundalini Awakening is than what I’ve described, but I will leave it to you to read more about it, when you purchase this book.

Oneness with Shiva is an exceptional teaching tool that will help lead you to a greater self-awareness. It will also assist you in meditating on the self as the self, as the subtitle of the book states. If you are a fan of New Age literature, or desire to learn more about the religious and philosophical beliefs of India and the rest of the world, you owe it to yourselves to check out Oneness with Shiva by Acharya Ricardo B. Serrano, R.Ac. It is an excellent addition to the series, and it offers one much sage advice and wisdom in and of itself.

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