Girija Nair

 
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From Seekers to Finders: The Myth and Reality of E&hellip von Satyam Nadeen
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Not Everyone's Mystic, 31. Juli 2000
Satyam Nadeen is a self-admitted Type A. He writes like an ad agency account exec. In this book, he still believes that group discussions (satsangs) are valuable and doesn't seem concerned that most degenerate into rants and ho-hum ego trip sessions. (Well, maybe those led by him don't.) He likes the idea (how could he, after being a Rajneeshi! ) of creating a spiritual organization with newsletters, etc. (At least, as of this book, he did.) Nevertheless, if you're not totally in his groove and find his means of expression overly hip for you, he may still have plenty to offer, simply because he doesn't wax ethereal. He is for real and to the point, Poonja-like. He describes… Mehr dazu
The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenme&hellip von Eckhart Tolle
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5.0 von 5 Sternen No fun for the intellect, 15. März 2000
Tired of your ego turning every spiritual practice into a pat on the back? The intellect dead-ends in this no frills book. It inspired me to go hear the author speak, which is an even more stunning experience...the first time I AND my friends were "zapped" with that powerful transmission coming from true silence. Subsequently, for the first time, we could actually still our minds for more than a nanosecond. Catch Tolle's dramatization of the ego grasping for status and security...it's a riot that will make it hard to take the notion of a small self as seriously again! He is, regardless, not one of the snappy dressers, not one of the glam performing gurus who will give… Mehr dazu