By Michel Hulin,A. Bertagni
By Michel Hulin,A. Bertagni
By Cheryl Simone,Sadhguru
Constructed round a sequence of past due evening conversations round a camp hearth among Cheryl Simone and Sadhguru Vasudev on an Island in the midst of a Western North Carolina lake close to her mountain domestic, Midnights with the Mystic is the main thorough exposition of the lessons of India's such a lot wanted mystic. Sadhguru demanding situations us to include the prospect that to every folks is accessible the next realm of fact, a height of realization/ an entrée into the area of freedom and bliss.
Simone, an Atlanta genuine property developer, used to be the common child boomer looking for an real religious event. Professionally profitable, but spiritually arid, she chanced on a manner into what she was once searching for within the teachings of Sadhguru. Concrete and down-to-earth, Midnights with the Mystic either presents readers with an advent to profound religious instructing and a private glimpse of a charismatic guru.
By Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Prayer of the guts in Christian and Sufi Mysticism explores the internal listening of the guts, and the key of 'pray with no ceasing' within which we find how prayer turns into alive in the middle. ultimately there's a bankruptcy at the want at present to wish for the Earth. How will we pray for the health and wellbeing of the Earth? How do we contain the Earth in our prayers and our heart?
This little booklet is an supplying of the guts that brings jointly the Christian and Sufi mystical traditions within the oneness of affection to which they belong. it is going to profit any practitioner of prayer, an individual who's interested in find a dating with God inside their heart.
By Richard Salva
We recognize much from Autobiography of a Yogi approximately Sri Yukteswar’s character in his ultimate incarnation in the world, yet what used to be he like in prior lives? was once he, possibly, gentler and extra approachable? and the way could that wisdom have an effect on how we attune with him today?
Paramhansa Yogananda acknowledged that he have been William the Conqueror in a earlier existence, and that Sri Yukteswar have been William’s nice counselor and best friend, Archbishop Lanfranc.
In Blessed Lanfranc: The previous lifetime of Swami Sri Yukteswar, Guru of Paramhansa Yogananda, Richard Salva highlights rankings of attention-grabbing similarities (and very important changes) among those well-known incarnations of an excellent non secular master.
Through old proof and private reviews at Lanfranc’s websites, this e-book resurrects Sri Yukteswar’s photograph from one who could be daunting, to a different even more kindly to each seeker.
“Deeply pleasant. valuable of the towering figures whose lives arise—with all their energy to inspire—from its pages. A meticulously researched and delicate portrait.” —Catherine Kairavi, writer of 2 Souls: 4 Lives
“Helps us witness the facility at the back of William the Conqueror’s throne.” —Biraj Palmer, meditation instructor
“Sri Yukteswar is basically delivered to lifestyles during this e-book. His presence is correct there for you.” — Suzanne Kripamayi Caughlan, yoga instructor
“I love this e-book. an awesome mix of historic learn and non secular perception. Blessed Lanfranc particularly brings Sri Yukteswar to lifestyles in a manner i haven't skilled earlier than. a very good carrier to all who search to appreciate the challenge of the masters, and to be in track with every one of our gurus.” —Asha Praver, non secular instructor, counselor, writer of Swami Kriyananda: As we now have identified Him
By R. Clemett
By Borriello Luigi
By Carl McColman
This is a straightforward and very likely life-changing advent to the knowledge teachings of 108 of the best mystics within the Western culture. McColman's premise is that all of us want academics and partners to aid us in constructing wealthy inside lives.
It celebrates the common strength and knowledge of the lessons of the mystics, highlighting the ways that their phrases might help an individual locate higher love, function and a deeper experience of God's presence.
McColman organizes the mystics into 9 different types: visionaries, confessors, enthusiasts, poets, saints, heretics, knowledge keepers, soul-friends and unitives, and he covers quite a lot of mystics together with Martin Luther King, Hildegard of Bingen, Julian of Norwich, Dag Hammarskjold and C.S. Lewis, plus Evelyn Underhill, Simone Weil, Thomas Merton and Bede Griffiths.
By Payam Nabarz,Caitlín Matthews
By K.O. Schmidt
By Aelred of Rievaulx,Dennis Billy