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Book details
  • Genre:PHILOSOPHY
  • SubGenre:Eastern
  • Language:English
  • Pages:80
  • eBook ISBN:9781595948717

Yathabhutam

The Convergence of the Eastern Esoteric Traditions

by Sho-Fu

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Overview
In Yathabhutam, the third part of the trilogy, which includes The Mind Seal and The King’s Question, the author presents his closing arguments as to the nature of the transcendental, our entry into the inconceivable and our total inability to avoid it except in our imagination. Included are summations of powerful Buddhist and Vedantic sources freely rendered to expose the spellbound intellect to our true Condition. The Buddhist, Vedantic and Christian sources for these insights are a true testament to the lack of a monopoly on transcendental wisdom.
Description
In Yathabhutam, the third part of the trilogy, which includes The Mind Seal and The King’s Question, the author presents his closing arguments as to the nature of the transcendental, our entry into the inconceivable and our total inability to avoid it except in our imagination. Included are summations of powerful Buddhist and Vedantic sources freely rendered to expose the spellbound intellect to our true Condition. The Buddhist, Vedantic and Christian sources for these insights are a true testament to the lack of a monopoly on transcendental wisdom.
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