By Paul Brunton

half 1, complex Contemplation, bargains a right away path to the private mystical states--yielding everlasting result of a metaphysical, transpersonal, and common nature. It introduces brief course (sudden) practices (such as Zen, Krishnamurti, etc.), develops them, explains why they're so frequently inadequate, and indicates while, how, and in what spirit to exploit them successfully. half 2, The Peace inside You, bargains an uplifting and invigorating method of "the peace which passeth realizing" on the middle of each individual, displaying how its wealthy serenity should be consciously built-in into day-by-day living.

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