Commentaries and interpretations of various sections of the Sutras. Based upon the
Edward Conze Translation of the Vajracchedica-Pragna-paramite Sutra.
By Yogi A.S. Narayana
The author being a Western Yogi sets out to gain the merit and the blessing of the
Buddha by demonstrating and illuminating the Sutra tooters to his best capacity and in
accordance with his particular experience in Samadhi. The author is a European eclectic
who is familiar with most of the esoteric classics of Chinese, Tibetan, Indian, Persian,
Arabic, Greek and Egyptian Antiquity. He is in no capacity a Buddhist scholar, a
Linguist, or and Orientalist. Far from being a theologian, Narayana is a practicing
Samadhi to the reader in both, Eastern and Western terminology.
He sets out to strip the sacred text to its utmost nakedness and truth. This is by
eradicating addenda. Irrelevant dogma, and outright inventions. He stripe the Sutra of
mythological phantasms, dogmatic and scholastic speculations, and outright fantasies by
theocracy. He attempts to eliminate from the Sutra anything that in his view the Buddha