Paul Brunton and the Secret Path. an appreciation by John Behague. There have been many who have influenced me in my lifelong search for the truth, but. 12 May By Georg Feuerstein. I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL TO PAUL BRUNTON, for it was his first book that was also my first encounter with the. The Secret Path is a practical guide to the spiritual wisdom of the East. Paul Brunton () is generally recognized as one of the pioneers who introduced.
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Dec 13, Liz Navarro rated it liked it. This website contains hundreds of pages of information for people who want to become enlightened. Sometimes miracle men prove to be little more than conjurers. The answers tge all things lie within the limitless interior of your own being.
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He pxul with princes, mystics, and holy men; he stayed in palaces and mud huts; and he emerged as something of a guru himself, with a message of incredible importance and hope for those who care to read it. Juan Tobon rated it liked it Apr 23, I suspect that we house several selves, including our good and our bad parts.
Paul Brunton’s Secret Path
Those who had devoured The Secret Pathan inspired little volume about yoga, were dumbfounded. It is also said that he was the first person to bring yoga and meditation to the West, well before the arrival of Transcendental Meditation and its emissaries. Paul Brunton is generally recognized pau, one of the pioneers who introduced yoga and meditation to the West.
We live in a fast action world with little time for purposeful thinking or spiritual experimentation. I have discovered along my own journey that it is difficult to uncover truth.
Most of us are lost in a sea of confusion and contradiction with powerful forces pulling us this way and that. Two hours later, Brunton is still in a state of deep restfulness and meditation.
As Brunton later explained, in writing his early books he deliberately assumed a fictitious persona to make his works more accessible and readable. Lists with This Book. Self is the ultimate—it is the first thing we know as babes; it will be the last thing we shall know as sages.
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Abbas Virjee rated it it was amazing Dec 08, His investigations took many years, and to some people they seemed like wild goose chases. I suspect that PB was also a member of Subud, but I have seen no confirmation of this.
Paul Brunton continued to write after his final publication inand a significant portion of his large archive of original writings was posthumously published by Larson Publications as “The Notebooks of Paul Brunton” in 16 volumes. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There have been many who have influenced me in my lifelong search for the truth, but none more so than Paul Seecret.
Paul Brunton’s Secret Path by Georg Feuerstein
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Then only the sage and Brunton are left behind.
InBrunton published his first book, A Search in Secret Indiawhich was spectacularly successful. He rests his peaceful eyes on the man from the West in what proves to be a profound initiatory gaze.
Since he was an intensely private person and had no desire to function as a guru to others, but preferred to point to the sages of the East and to stimulate philosophical inquiry rather than impose doctrines on others, he went into seclusion in Switzerland. Spiritual Crisis of Man.