Eastern Wisdom: Five Paths to Enlightenment explores Buddhism, Taoism, Hindu Mysticism, Confucianism, and Shinto. Here are spiritual paths that most Westerners have no real understanding of, but the wisdom here is both timeless and liberating. These five classics-The Creed of Buddha; The Sayings of Lao Tzu; The Yengishiki; The Great Learning, and Hindu Mysticism-are valuable introductions of the religions of the East.
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East and West
The Wisdom of the East
The Path of Life
The Teaching of Buddha
A Misreading of Buddha
The Silence of Buddha
The Secret of Buddha
The Bankruptcy of Western Thought
Light from the East
Aryadeva Atharva Veda attain become believe Bhagavata Purana bhakti bliss body Brahman Buddha Buddhist called Christ conception consciousness creed death deliverance desire devotion disciples divine doctrine Dr Paul Carus Dr Rhys Davids dualism earth egoism essence eternal existence experience extinction faith Gita give goal Godís gods happiness heart Heaven highest Hindu human hymns ideal ideas immortality Indian individual Indra inner knowledge Krishna Lao Tzu living Lord manís means metaphysical mind monk moral mysterious mysticism nature Nirv‚na oneís ordinary outward pantheism passion Patanjali path Perfect person philosophy Purana re-incarnation reality realize reason regarded religion Rig Veda sacrifices Sage Saint scheme self-control sense silence soul soul-growth soulís sovereign spiritual stage suffering supernatural supreme teacher theory things thinker true truth Tukaram ultimate Universe unreal Upanishads Vacchagotta Vedas Vedic virtue West Western thought whole wisdom words worship Yamaka yoga yogin