It’s hard to think of a more important spiritual book to read than Autobiography of a Yogi. Paramahansa Yogananda’s tale of leaving his native India to teach meditation in America involves saints, courage, miracles, and faith in the Divine.
For those that are looking to have a deeper understanding of how the east and the west can come together, this book is for you.
A favorite book of Paramahansa Yogananda (author of Autobiography of a Yogi), this rare book tells the tale of 5 popular Christian saints: their trials, tribulations, and ecstasy as they make their way toward a deeper understanding of Christ.
St. Francis, St. Anthony, St. Ignatius, St. Theresa, and St. Augustine are all featured in this deeply inspiring book.
The main theme of the book deals with the importance of non-violent resistance to evil and how only the Divine core within us our only real guide to world change.
As time went by, followers began to surround him and record his teachings, which are written in this book.
This Indian saint is highly venerated throughout the east, and way this book is written almost makes it feel like you’re right there.
How Gandhi came to be the man that defied one of the most powerful empires in the world is incredibly fascinating…it’s truly shocking to read about his journey toward becoming the person we all know of today.
In this book, his words of wisdom and teachings are written for the ages. You’ll find this incredibly moving.
Dr. Newton interviewed and hypnotized many patients, and each one described their own unique- but similar- experiences. This includes things like karma, past lives, and being reborn.
A fascinating read!
Eckhart’s teachings formed the bedrock for western mysticism, and his vibration comes through in this book.
2,000 years ago, this Indian epic was written and became one of the most important texts in Hinduism. The battle over land between the Kurus (demons) and the Pandavas (royalty devoted to Krishna) was so great that it’s still remembered to this day in India.
In this wonderful translation by William Buck, the essence of India’s culture can be grasped easily.
Dhammapada means “Buddha’s doctrine”, and contains what many believe to be the only needed written teachings of Buddhism.