Author Topic: "In Search of Secret India" by Paul Brunton  (Read 3209 times)

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"In Search of Secret India" by Paul Brunton
« on: May 22, 2008, 04:24:11 PM »
If you are a beginner in land of spirituality, if you are not a devoted 'sadhaka' but only somewhat curious to find out if its possible to make sense out of spiritual stuff, miracles, mysticism, etc. then this book can bring a turning point in your life.  For a couple of friends of mine, it did so.

A true story in form of small chapters, each like a small story/experience.  Paul writes about how he gets inspired to explore spiritual myths/truths about India, the way he explores, the good, bad and miraculous people he comes across and ultimately how he finds himself.  Very catchy book...once you lift it cant put it down.

This could be a very good gift to someone who is not so inclined to spirituality and is totally lost in worldly-affairs.  The book encourages one to explore his truth for himself.

 

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