In this collection of thirty-five of the best of Swami Abhayananda's illuminating Talks and inspirational reflections on the spiritual life the Author explains the philosophy and tradition of God-knowledge which originated in the of India and culminates in the universally recognized perennial philosophy of modern mysticism. Vedanta the Author explains in his introduction is the culmination of all knowledge seeking. It is the final philosophy recurrently discovered by seekers of truth in every age
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Born Stan Trout in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1938, he abandoned the world in 1966 to live in a small cabin in the forested mountains of Santa Cruz, California in order to focus on God. There he attained the enlightenment he sought, and later journeyed to India to live and meditate in the ashram of Swami Muktananda. In 1978, he was initiated into sannyas, and was renamed "Swami Abhayananda". He went on to teach meditation and the philosophy of Self-realization in varius cities throughout the U.S., and now lives, writes, and publishes his books in Olympia, Washington.
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Description du livre Atma Books, 1997. Paperback. État : New. Never used!. N° de réf. du libraire P110914557068