Adventures in Afghanistan
Soviet troops had "officially" withdrawn, but the country was still in the ravages of war when Louis Palmer ventured into Afghanistan, pursuing legends of a secret knowledge. His story is a fascinating interweave of political and spiritual intrigue. Not unlike Journeys with a Sufi Master, this enthralling book falls into the category described by Shah in The Commanding Self as "designed to produce a certain preparatory climate in the mind of the reader or to inform those who are not able to understand the total implications of a person's function. These books have a value which is not immediately obvious, but which is useful in many ways.... Those who are prepared to see the `wave as an aspect of the sea' can learn that the book, a part of its content, is a stepping-stone to something else."
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The journey is always full of uncertainties and yet it has a very certain path that unfolds itself to precise time, place and people. Few books have been able to take me through this journey as I read . This is on such books Read full review