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The Himalayan masters : a living tradition
Tigunait, Rajmani, 1953-
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Honesdale, Pa. : Himalayan Institute Press, [2002]

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xiii, 181 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Originally published under title: The tradition of the Himalayan Masters, Honesdale, Pa. : the Himalayan International Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy of the U.S.A., c1993.
The Himalyan tradition -- Sanatkumara -- Vashishtha -- Dattatreya -- Parashurama -- Shankaracharya -- Vidyaranya Yati -- Madhusudana Sarasvati -- Swami Rama of Himlayas -- The teachings in perspective.
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The tradition of the Himalayan sages that exists today is an unbroken chain that extends for more than 5,000 years. Undisturbed by the passage of time, this traditionis not concerned with teachings that apply only to a particular era of history or geographical region of the world--its entire emphasis is on the experience of the universal truth of who we are.The Himalayan Masters: A Living Tradition explores the lives and teachings of eight prominent sages of this timeless tradition--men who knew how to be successful in daily life while experiencing the innermost truths of life here and hereafter. Pandit Tigunait brings the experiences and teachings of these great masters to life, with practical insights into how to discover and understand life's richest secrets for ourselves. Purchase your copy of The Himalayan Masters: A Living Tradition and discover the perennial wisdom of the Himalayan sages.

Table of Contents

Irene PetryszakSwami Rama
Forewordp. vii
Introductionp. xi
1 The Himalayan Traditionp. 1
2 Sanatkumarap. 13
3 Vashishthap. 23
4 Dattatreyap. 39
5 Parashuramap. 47
6 Shankaracharyap. 75
7 Vidyaranya Yatip. 111
8 Madhusudana Sarasvatip. 123
9 Swami Rama of the Himalayasp. 133
10 The Teachings in Perspectivep. 153
Glossaryp. 167
About the Authorp. 185