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Did Jesus Go To India? A New Take

10-05-2020 09:17 AM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: Rajeev Mohan Kaushik

Prof. R.M. Kaushik

Prof. R.M. Kaushik

"Snippets from the Subconscious" is a stunning book with a fresh take on what the medium of hypnosis might bring to you through its subjects. The book asserts that it may be possible to cross the time barrier in a state of the hypnotic trance and see anything concerning the past, present or future.

Dehradun, 2 Oct 2020: It may sound strange but in Snippets from the Subconscious, a recently released book available on Amazon, which deals with the powers of the subconscious mind, Dr. Rajeev Mohan Kaushik, the author of the book, has claimed that Jesus went to India twice. His first visit was during the period which is generally regarded as the lost years of Jesus and during this period, he interacted with many spiritual gurus. The book claims that he returned to Palestine where he was crucified a few years after his return, but survived the crucifixion and later went to Kashmir in India where he imparted spiritual teaching and guidance to people.
Dr. Kaushik is the author of "The Midnight Awakening", a book dealing with his experiences after the awakening of the Kundalini (Serpent) power in him. He has presented this information on the basis of revelations made by a subject in a deep trance. He says that Jesus left for his heavenly abode near Pahalgam in Kashmir.
One may have to ponder over the revelations made by Dr. Kaushik, as he has described many other incredible things in his book. One such thing is the ability to cross the time barrier and see anything happening at a given point of time during a deep trance. Visualization of Lord Krishna, a Hindu God giving the sermon of the Bhagavad Gita, a holy book of Hindus, by a non-Hindu subject, supports his conjecture. Dr. Kaushik claims that all things are fixed and it may be possible to foresee the future, and also that everything exists in the flow of time.
If we go by his assertions, the corona pandemic which has engulfed the human race and is threatening its existence was also predestined and will end at its ordained time though Dr. Kaushik has not made any comments in this regard.

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Address: B-VII/5, HIHT Campus
Swami Ram Nagar
P.O. Jolly Grant-248016
Mobile: +919410190244

Dr. R.M. Kaushik is presently a Professor of Medicine in the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Dehradun, India. He has been involved in regular meditative practices which gave him an insight into the esoteric realms of life and inspired him to explore further the spiritual basis of life. He has many publications in reputed medical journals and has been a faculty in several international medical congresses.

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