Author: Swami AshokandaPublisher: Advaita AshramYear: 1993Language: EnglishPages: 261ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
Provides an intellectual grasp of the background and present-day significance of the Vedanta philosophy and religion and helps the aspirant along chosen path or yoga.The eight lectures that constitute this book were delivered in America. They give a comprehensive view of the history, theory, and practice of Vedanta. Speaking to the minds as well as to the hearts of his listeners, the Swami dwells in each lecture upon one aspect of Vedanta. While these lectures were delivered to a Western audience, they have a universal relevance.
The Teacher-Prophets of VedantaThe Theory and Practice of MonismThe Razor's EdgeMeditate while you work : A New Path for a New AgeRitualism : Its Place in Spiritual LifeWhen the Heart Crises for GodGod and God-men in VedantaMeditation, Ecstasy, and Illumination