Bhartrihari quote

Matrix of Sacred Speech –

“If this eternal identity between knowledge and the word were to disappear, knowledge would cease to be knowledge; it is this identity that makes identification possible.” – Bhartrihari, 5th Century AD

As we discover how the Masters of Sacred Speech have viewed speech itself, what they “saw”, and how they have used it, we begin to realize the intrinsic value of the treasure of speech, and why anything that diminishes speech, takes away from our common wealth.

About the Author

Baba Rampuri, author of "Autobiography of a Sadhu, a Journey into Mystic India," and frequent commentator on Oral Tradition, Sacred Speech, and Consciousness, is an American expatriate,  the first foreigner to be initiated into India's largest and most ancient order of yogis, the Naga Sannyasis of Juna Akhara.  He has lived in India since 1970, where he practices and teaches the oral tradition of the Sanatan Dharma, conducts sacred ceremony and rites, and hosts workshops and retreats.

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