Offers insight into Tagore's heavenly desires, his ongoing quest for Brahama Vihara, and illuminates the remarkable diversity that made him the most important bridge between the spirituality of the East and West in the first half of the twentieth century.
This unique collection offers insight into the spiritual philosophy and carefree mysticism of the greatest Persian poet. His probing and joyful verse speaks to people from all backgrounds who long for divine love and harmony with all living things.
The first American edition of the conversations and teachings of the Holy Mother as recorded by her disciples, both lay and monastic, this fascinating collection brings to life the Holy Mother’s teachings on human affliction, self-control, and peace in ways both personal and profound.
A Definitive Guide to Techniques and Traditions of Meditation in Yoga and Vedanta
6 x 9, 504 pp
Drawing on both classic and contemporary sources, this comprehensive sourcebook outlines the scientific, psychological, and spiritual elements of Yoga and Vedanta meditation, the results of which lead not to the seeker's dreams and visions but to the transformation of his or her character.
Timeless Wisdom from the Life and Teachings of Guru Nanak
6 x 9, 192 pp
Highlighting Guru Nanak's quest for equality, tolerance and compassion in his creation of a synthesis of Hinduism and Islam, this fascinating biography tells the story of a unique spiritual leader who showed a gentle, peaceful path to realizing God.
Presents a selection of Vivekananda's most inspiring lectures and a glimpse of his life through newspaper reports from the time, personal reminiscences from disciples and others close to him, and impressions of his life and message from world leaders.
A Guide to the Spiritual Paths of Action, Devotion, Meditation and Knowledge
6 x 9, 320 pp
An accessible and comprehensive guide to the message and practice of each of the four Yogas as well as philosophy and psychology, preparatory practices, common obstacles and ways to overcome them as you seek to realize the goal of Self-knowledge.
Pairing legend with fact, memory with history, this volume examines the teachings of Sri Ramakrishna and conveys the true story of this great mystic, whose leaping flame of spiritual realization continues to influence the modern spiritual search.
Takes us inside the monastery walls to present details of what it's like: the physical work, common meals, conversations with the monks and other residents, meditation, and other activities that fill an ordinary week.