Eastern Philosophy

BUILD YOUR OWN SPIRITUAL /SELF-HELP LIBRARY – MADE EASY !

Apr 17th, 2017 | By

John Hunt Publishing’s various imprints have built a series of Made Easy titles.  They cover a whole multitude of spiritual ideas and disciplines.  It is a collection of brief introductions which reveal alternative spiritual insights, paths and truths to new and experienced seekers whatever their current faith, practice or creed. All titles are available now

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The Different ‘Paths’ to realization

Jun 6th, 2016 | By

by Dennis Waite ‘Paths’ to realization Karma yoga – this refers to the discipline of pursuing a life of selfless action, in accordance with dharma, as discussed in the chapter on Action. Bhakti yoga – this involves devotion to a personalized God, through dedication, sacrifice, prayer and worship. Jnana yoga – this is the process

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Reflections on Non-Duality

Feb 26th, 2016 | By

by Graham Stew Are you interested in exploring who you really are? The answers are to be found in self-inquiry, the discovery of Reality that non-dual teachings offer. No prior knowledge of Eastern religion or spiritual practices is needed, as this book uses simple everyday language to investigate these issues through reflections, dialogues and poems.

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Living in Feeling by Russel Williams, edited by Steve Taylor

Feb 19th, 2016 | By

Russel Williams is one of the most remarkable enlightened spiritual teachers of our time. After an early life of extreme hardship – leaving school at the age of 11, and becoming an orphan shortly afterwards – he underwent a spiritual awakening at the age of 29. Since the late 1950s, he has been a spiritual

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The Power of Death and the Power of Grief

Jan 11th, 2016 | By

by Alistair Conwell For most people, intense sadness is the only outcome associated with death and grief. Yes, death and grief do elicit periods (sometimes prolonged periods) of intense sadness but there is also tremendous transformational spiritual power that can be found in those events too—for the dying and for the living. Physicians know that when

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Extract: The Book of Enlightenment

Nov 20th, 2015 | By

by Anandi the goal of spiritual wholeness Crowning the principal aims of evolution — human completion, emancipation from suffering, the end of ignorance, and reunion with the self — is its supreme purpose: expansion into the state of wholeness. While it is true that liberation is the highest goal of all traditions of enlightenment, from

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Living In Two Worlds – Or Rather Three

Oct 2nd, 2015 | By

The last week of July 2015 saw the 300th anniversary of the world’s oldest music festival – that of the Three Choirs, which is held alternately in each of the three cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester. At least the precise date of this great Festival’s beginnings is lost in the mists of time, but

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Bathed in Light

Sep 5th, 2015 | By

by Neville Hodgkinson Who has come, who has come Who has come to the door of my heart With the tinkle of ankle bells Who has come From her earliest days, Dadi Janki had the feeling that the secret of life would lie in learning about God. She only underwent three years of formal schooling, and

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Cheeky Bibliomancy – What’s In A Name?

Sep 1st, 2015 | By

Welcome to our beautiful, thought provoking or perhaps thought challenging random wisdom. The wisdom will be taken from one of our many Soul Rocks titles, and will be as random as the publisher picking up the book, opening it to wherever it falls and quoting the most inspirational thing she sees! Consider this to be cheeky

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Weekdays in Vedic Astrology (Jyotish)

Aug 31st, 2015 | By

English-language weekday names come from Norse and Roman mythology, but happily Vedic Astrology (Jyotish follow the same system: Sunday is the Sun’s day Monday is for the Moon Tuesday is Mars Wednesday is Mercury Thursday is for Jupiter Friday is Venus Saturday is Saturn’s day Fitting your business to an appropriate day is astrological timing at

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