New Release: The Hidden Teaching Beyond Yoga
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Inspired by his time spent with wise sages in Asia in the 1930s, Paul Brunton wrote The Hidden Teaching Beyond Yoga (and its companion volume The Wisdom of the Overself) at the request of these remarkable teachers. Brunton’s books are a profound re-creation of the teachings of Hindu Vedanta and Buddhism. Clearly written without the specialized vocabulary found in those traditions, the books speak directly to the contemporary spiritual seeker.
The Hidden Teaching Beyond Yoga is a step-by-step guide to actually experiencing the spiritual truth that reality is formed within our consciousness rather than in the world of material things. Brunton’s expert analysis of perception, informed by meditation, is designed to awaken us to our sacred foundation.
With corrections never seen before, entirely new appendices, and the final revisions that Brunton made before his death, this edition of one of Brunton’s quintessential works is perfect for long-term fans and first-time readers.
You can read an excerpt from the book here.
About the author
Paul Brunton (1898-1981) is one of the twentieth century’s most brilliant spiritual writers. Generally recognized as having introduced yoga and meditation to the West, he was the most popular and authoritative source of information on Eastern philosophies, gurus, and meditation systems from the mid-‘30s to the ‘60s. His books have sold over two million copies in 17 languages.
In 1954, he withdrew from public life and continued writing the material that was posthumously published as The Notebooks of Paul Brunton—a truly East-West spiritual philosophy. Written with the passion of an authentic pioneer and the thoughtfulness of a seasoned practitioner, his work is re-emerging as a beacon for all contemporary seekers.Tags: Buddhism Esoteric Traditions Paul Brunton Philosophy Yoga