Divya jñāna is a blog by an African American ex-Christian blogger Anna. She is very new to Sanatana Dharma, but judging from the list of books that she has either read or is reading she is learning fast.
Among other things she has written about how meditation has helped her with PTSD, and how she came to find the path of Sanatana Dharma – by googling Buddhism!
I will add this blog to my list of blogs by Western followers of Hinduism.
Thank you for the addition.
Welcome, Anna, to the family.
Thank you, Tandava, for keeping us informed. Anna is in my neck of the woods.
Thank you for the welcome.
Absolutely stunning and amazing, Hinduism is not like other religion, it is the search of the soul for its freedom. its so vast and under it, it holds 6 different philosophies of both atheism and theism and also tantra, agama and nigama, its vast and i appreiciate all the efforts made by the westerners to understand such a sublime field of knowledge and please do let me know how can i be help for you guys.\
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