Published June 1980
by Philosophical Research Society .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
The book examines the transplantation of the guru-disciple tradition from India to firstly America and Europe, and then throughout the world. That transplantation, the author argues, has produced both spiritual enlightenment and scandal as westerners adopted, struggled with, and adapted tradition for their contemporary setting.5/5(5). In many ways, Neem Karoli Baba was a humble guru with simple teachings, but he became internationally renowned because of his disciples’ fame. He cultivated a cherished devotional space in the late s and s at his ashram in the Himalayan foothill town of Nanital, India, which Parvati Markus chronicled in her book Love Everyone. The Guru By His Disciple on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Guru By His Disciple. The Guru, By His Disciple, the Way of the East, as told to Manly Palmer Hall Hardcover – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" — Manufacturer: Philosophical Research Society.
Shyama Charan Lahiri (30 September – 26 September ), best known as Lahiri Mahasaya, was an Indian yogi, guru and a disciple of the Kriya Yoga master Mahavatar Babaji. In , he was chosen by his guru to revive the yogic science of Kriya Yoga to the public after centuries of its guarding by masters. He was unusual among Indian holy people in that he was a householder: marrying. The guru, by his disciple: the way of the East Hardcover – January 1, by Manly P Hall (Author) › Visit Amazon's Manly P Hall Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Manly P 5/5(1). Such a guru can accept disciples from all over the world. Pṛthivīṁ sa śiṣyāt. This is the test of the guru. When one has attained the topmost position of mahā-bhāgavata, he is to be accepted as a guru and worshiped exactly like Hari, the Personality of Godhead. that’s what he wrote in his books, that’s what he preached in. The Guru & Disciple Book examines the traditional identity, character, roles and methods of the spiritual teacher and student in the classical and contemporary world. In forty-five accessible chapters, the author describes the nature of spiritual relationships and the spiritual community created by them, together with the occasional struggles that can occur, through history and in modern times.
My Guru and His Disciple is a sweetly modest and honest portrait of Isherwood's spiritual instructor, Swami Prabhavananda, the Hindu priest who guided Isherwood for some thirty years. It is also a book about the often amusing and sometimes painful counterpoint between worldliness and holiness in Isherwood's own life. Books by Manly P. Hall > The Guru, By His Disciple (hardcover) The Guru, By His Disciple (hardcover) SKU: $ $ $ On Sale Unavailable per item This is the story of the holy or mystic life in India, told through the guise of a disciple reminiscing upon many years of association with his beloved Hindu teacher. Through. No succeeding disciple or leader in his society will ever assume the title of guru. This divine ordinance is not unique in religious history. After the passing of Guru Nanak, the great saint who founded the Sikh religion in India, there was the usual succession of gurus. : my guru and his disciple: first edition pp near fine (sl bruised upper corners) in near fine d/w (sl rubbed) my guru and his disciple by ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER | Hard to Find Books Book Edition: 1st Edition.