Author: G S ArundalePublisher: Theosophical PublishingYear: 2007Language: EnglishPages: 260ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170591510 X
It is very remarkable production - a valiant attempt to describe the indescribable. Few among men still living on earth are they who have experienced Nirvana; fewer still have made any endeavour to record their impressions. Those of us who have touched that truly tremendous altitude know well that all human words fall short in the effort, that all earthly colors are hopelessly inadequate, to depict its supernal glories; yet must we try, even though we are foredoomed to failure. This book is a description of Nirvana and Nirvanic Consciousness as experienced by the author. " Each section is the pen impression of the Nirvanic landscape just as it impressed itself upon me" writes the author.
ForwardAuthor's PrefaceNotes to the Second EditionThe First GlimpseThe First ReadjustmentThe Inner Light on Outer ThingsA Meditation in the HimalayasSome ReflectionsThe Awakening of NirvanaThe Theosophical SocietyThe Immanence of LightA Further ReadjustmentLater ThoughtsMother-LightThe Dangers of NirvanaThe Glorious TaskEnvoiAppendices