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Descrizione dell’editore

I. Self-control. II. Concentration and Meditation. III. God-consciousness.



“This attractive little volume comprises three lectures on the Vedanta Philosophy. The discourses will be found vitally helpful even by those who know little and care less about the spiritual and ethical teachings of which the Swami is an able and popular exponent. As the Vedanta itself is largely a doctrine of universals and ultimates, so also is this book of common utility and significance among all races of believers. Its precepts are susceptible of application by any rational thinker, regardless of religious predilection and inherited prejudices. The principles set forth by this teacher are an excellent corrective of spiritual bias or narrowness, and as such the present work is to be commended. It has already awakened an interest in Oriental literature that augurs well for the cause of human brotherhood, and it merits a wide circulation among all who cherish advanced ideals.”—Mind, April, 1902.

GENERE
Non-fiction
PUBBLICATO
1901
1 gennaio
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
59
EDITORE
YOGeBooks
DIMENSIONE
18.9
MB

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