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"Blossoms of Friendship captures the timelessness of Vimala thakar's discourses and presents each one aas a savory treat. My favourite is chapter five, "The Silence of Meditation,"which clearly reminds us of the power,even the necessity, of spiritual practice in today's world."Printed Pages: 112. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 102224
Inhaltsangabe: Blossoms of Friendship introduces the Yoga Wisdom Classics series from Rodmell Press. This book is a collection of talks given by Vimala Thakar, in 1973, in Mount Abu, India. In the style of Krishnamurti, she describes the subtle differences between the states of concentration, attention, awareness, and meditation, and discusses the roles of guide, teacher, master, and guru. In the Foreword, publisher Donald Moyer writes that Vimala Thakar's insights provide a clear exegesis of the last three stages of the eightfold yogic path: dharana, dhyana, and samadhi. For students who wish to deepen their understanding of Patanjali's Yoga Sutra, these talks will be especially welcome
From the Inside Flap:
Vimala Thakar's Blossom of Friendship is an extraordinary roadmap of the mind that will be of interest to anyone who is serious about the practice of meditation. With the precision of a physicist, Thakar reveals the distinct layers of the mind in a refreshingly original, yet accessible, manner. Through these talks, she firmly places herself in the league of iconoclastic spiritual teachers, such as the late Krishnamurti.
--Donna Farhi, author of Bringing Yoga to Life and Yoga Mind, Body, and Spirit
Blossoms of Friendship captures the timelessness of Vimala Thakar's discourses and presents each one as a savory treat. My favorite is Chapter Five, "The Silence of Meditation," which clearly reminds us of the power, even the necessity, of spiritual practice in today's world.
--Judith Lasater, Ph.D., P.T., author of Relax and Renew and Living Your Yoga
Titel: Blossoms of Friendship
Verlag: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Auflage: Third Reprint.
Buchbeschreibung Delhi Motilal Banarsidass, 1976. Oktav, weinroter Leinenband mit Schutzumschlag, 101 S. - Umschlag leicht staubspurig und mit Randläsuren, ansonsten tadellos. Artikel-Nr. G 5-12860