Meditation is an inspiring invitation to the most intimate adventure of human spirituality-the direct experience of one's own beloved soul. This first part of the fourth volume in The Notebooks of Paul Brunton series explains the purpose and importance of meditation. It provides an unusually rich variety of tested and proven techniques, and explains both what the potential dangers of meditation are and how they can be overcome or avoided. It will be highly useful to beginners and intermediates alike, and should also be welcomed by advanced meditators and teachers of meditation.
"Meditation is really the mind thinking of the Soul, just as Activity is the mind thinking of the world. The truth needed for immediate and provisional use may be learned from books and teachers, but the truth of the ultimate revelation can be learned on
About the Author(s)
Paul Brunton was one of the twentieth century's greatest explorers of the spiritual tradition of the East. He was also a journalist with a healthy regard for critical impartiality and for commonsense. These characteristics together with a rich inner life, made him a superb writer on the spirituality of the Orient.