THE LIGHT OF TEN THOUSAND SUNS is a gem of beauty, wisdom and delight. It brings us the truths of life and death, glory and insignificance, defeat and ecstasy - all in light of the vast divine presence surrounding and within us all. In reading this book of mystical inspiration, remembrance stirs within. Author and holy man, Swami Veda Bharati widens our vision from the tight concerns of daily existence into the vast illumination of our own divine Self.
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Swami Veda Bharati, international lecturer on yoga and meditation for over 50 years, is past director of the Meditation Center in Minneapolis and current spiritual director of Sadhana Mandir ashram in Rishikesh, India and the Himalayan Institute Hospital in Dehra Dun, India. In 2002, Swami Veda established a new retreat center and ashram, Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama in Rishikesh. He has written many books on the spiritual aspects of life and translations of several sacred Sanskrit scriptures of India. He has authored an extensive commentary on the Yoga-Sutras in two volumes, recognized as the most authentic by Western Indologists, Subtler Than the Subtle, and Bhishma, Sayings among many others.Review:
The Light of Ten Thousand Suns is the first book of poetry by this great scholar and teacher. These pages are a self-revelation, full of wisdom. They shine upon his personal life as well, his growth, his moments of darkness, his commitment to the master, and his s teps into the brightness of spiritual unity. Through these pages we walk in the burning light that purified Swami Veda s life. There are days, of course, when we feel that the sun has abandoned us, and when the cold struggles of life seem to overwhelm our sincere efforts. At such moments we are offered a ray of light from one who has tread our path. From the words of Swami Veda we can be assured that the glory of life and the way to the divine is beckoning us. --Justin O Brien, Ph.D., Yes News & View, Fall 1998
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Book Description Yes International Publishers, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0936663200
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