Living Wisdom: Vedanta in the West
Vedanta Press, 1994 - Religion - 299 pages
Based on the spiritual classic Vedanta for the Western World. Included are articles by some of this century's finest writers on spirituality: Huston Smith, Fr. Thomas Keating, Pico Iyer, Rabbi Asher Block. A fresh and timeless contribution to the literature of spiritual inquiry.
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Living wisdom: Vedanta in the WestUser Review - Book Verdict
Updating the classic Vedanta for the Western World (1945), this collection of 43 essays by authors from various countries, cultures, and creeds addresses aspects of Vedanta philosophy. The essays present perspectives from other religious traditions and from contemporary culture; issues in and ways of practicing Vedanta; and various paradigms such as the mother goddess and the avatar. An excellent sourcebook for students of world religions and spiritual seekers in general as well as a touchstone for Vedanta practitioners, this work is highly recommended for academic and large public libraries.
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The Wishing Tree: Christopher Isherwood on Mystical Religion
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Article by Swami Nikhilananda
Reprinted with permission from Living Wisdom: Vedanta in the West edited by Pravrajika Vrajaprana, published by Vedanta Press: Hollywood, 1994, ...
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