In Days Of Great Peace

In Days Of Great Peace

In Days Of Great Peace

This popular book, recounting the author's visit to the Ashram of Sri Ramana Maharshi in 1949,was first published in 1953.It has been out of print for many years and is now republished in a limited edition by the Asram. Through a narrative that is both simple and profound the author takes us on his journey to the quiet hermitage of the renowned sage of Arunachala in South India.Basking in the radiance of the 'Great Rishi', his mind turns inward, following the path of Self-enquiry of 'Who Am I'? He describes with perceptive insight and emotion, how in the gracious presence of the Master, thoughts are stilled and one rests calmly in the thought free, egoless state, which he calls 'samadhi'. Before his final farewell of the holy Sage, he establishes the link of love that binds him to the Guru in an embrace that leads inevitably to final emancipation. Monui Sadhu has left us a small treasure in this book. Readers will remember and cherish it through out their lives. For seekers, this book may be more than a curiosity: it may be a light kindling a responsive light in the heart and pointing the way where all darkness seemed before.

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Author : Moundi Sadhu
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Release : 2005-12
Total Pages : 223 Pages
ISBN : 8188018007


In Days Of Great Peace

In Days Of Great Peace

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Genre : Yoga
Author : Mouni Sadhu
Publisher :
Release : 1974
Total Pages : 212 Pages
ISBN : IND:39000000253679


In Days Of Great Peace The Highest Yoga As Lived Etc An Account Of The Influence Of The Teachings Of Sri Ramana Maharshi The Hindu Ascetic Upon The Author With Plates Including Portraits

In Days Of Great Peace The Highest Yoga As Lived Etc An Account Of The Influence Of The Teachings Of Sri Ramana Maharshi The Hindu Ascetic Upon The Author With Plates Including Portraits

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Author : Mouni Sadhu
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Release : 1957
Total Pages : 212 Pages
ISBN : OCLC:315055527


Auf Dem Pfad Sri Ramana Maharshis In Days Of Great Peace At The Feet Of Sri Ramana Maharshi Dt Uebers V Hermann Kopp

Auf Dem Pfad Sri Ramana Maharshis In Days Of Great Peace At The Feet Of Sri Ramana Maharshi Dt Uebers V Hermann Kopp

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Author : Mouni Sadhu
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Release : 1956
Total Pages : Pages
ISBN : OCLC:640720417


In Days Of Great Peace

In Days Of Great Peace

For several years Mouni Sadhu steeped himself in the teachings of the foremost Hindu ascetic, Sri Ramana Maharshi. This book, first published in 1957, is the best attempt by a European to describe without technicalities what such teachings entail, what meditation is about, and why Indians worship their gurus. Mouni Sadhu’s rare facility for describing his own mental and spiritual states enables him to pass on to the reader his knowledge and enthusiasm. It is an authentic account of life with an inspired Hindu yogi and spiritual teacher.

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Genre : Philosophy
Author : Mouni Sadhu
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2018-11-08
Total Pages : 216 Pages
ISBN : 9780429677328


In Days Of Great Peace At The Feet Of Sri Ramana Maharshi Diary Leaves From India With A Portrait

In Days Of Great Peace At The Feet Of Sri Ramana Maharshi Diary Leaves From India With A Portrait

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Author : pseud MOUNI SADHU
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Release : 1952
Total Pages : 286 Pages
ISBN : OCLC:562656102


In Days Of Great Peace

In Days Of Great Peace

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Author : Mouni Sadhu
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Release : 195?
Total Pages : Pages
ISBN : OCLC:562656114


The Scripture On Great Peace

The Scripture On Great Peace

This first Western-language translation of one of the great books of the Daoist religious tradition, the Taiping jing, or “Scripture on Great Peace,” documents early Chinese medieval thought and lays the groundwork for a more complete understanding of Daoism’s origins. Barbara Hendrischke, a leading expert on the Taiping jing in the West, has spent twenty-five years on this magisterial translation, which includes notes that contextualize the scripture’s political and religious significance. Virtually unknown to scholars until the 1970s, the Taiping jing raises the hope for salvation in a practical manner by instructing men and women how to appease heaven and satisfy earth and thereby reverse the fate that thousands of years of human wrongdoing has brought about. The scripture stems from the beginnings of the Daoist religious movement, when ideas contained in the ancient Laozi were spread with missionary fervor among the population at large. The Taiping jing demonstrates how early Chinese medieval thought arose from the breakdown of the old imperial order and replaced it with a vision of a new, more diverse and fair society that would integrate outsiders—in particular women and people of a non-Chinese background.

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Genre : Religion
Author : Barbara Hendrischke
Publisher : Univ of California Press
Release : 2015-03-18
Total Pages : 420 Pages
ISBN : 9780520286283


Performing The Great Peace

Performing The Great Peace

Performing the Great Peace offers a cultural approach to understanding the politics of the Tokugawa period, at the same time deconstructing some of the assumptions of modern national historiographies. Deploying the political terms uchi (inside), omote (ritual interface), and naisho (informal negotiation)—all commonly used in the Tokugawa period—Luke Roberts explores how daimyo and the Tokugawa government understood political relations and managed politics in terms of spatial autonomy, ritual submission, and informal negotiation. Roberts suggests as well that a layered hierarchy of omote and uchi relations strongly influenced politics down to the village and household level, a method that clarifies many seeming anomalies in the Tokugawa order. He analyzes in one chapter how the identities of daimyo and domains differed according to whether they were facing the Tokugawa or speaking to members of the domain and daimyo household: For example, a large domain might be identified as a“country” by insiders and as a “private territory” in external discourse. In another chapter he investigates the common occurrence of daimyo who remained formally alive to the government months or even years after they had died in order that inheritance issues could be managed peacefully within their households. The operation of the court system in boundary disputes is analyzed as are the “illegal” enshrinements of daimyo inside domains that were sometimes used to construct forms of domain-state Shinto. Performing the Great Peace’s convincing analyses and insightful conceptual framework will benefit historians of not only the Tokugawa and Meiji periods, but Japan in general and others seeking innovative approaches to premodern history.

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Genre : History
Author : Luke S. Roberts
Publisher : University of Hawaii Press
Release : 2012-02-29
Total Pages : 280 Pages
ISBN : 9780824861155


Towards The Great Peace

Towards The Great Peace

Reproduction of the original: Towards the Great Peace by Ralph Adams Cram

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Genre : Fiction
Author : Ralph Adams Cram
Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
Release : 2018-09-20
Total Pages : 152 Pages
ISBN : 9783734029134