Blossoms of Friendship
Blossoms of Friendship captures the timelessness of Vimala thakar's discourses and presents each one aas a savory treat. My favourite is chapter five, The Silence of Meditation, which clearly reminds us of the power,even the necessity, of spiritual practice in today's world.
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Concentration Attention and Awareness
The Movement of the Mind
Consciousness Is Matter
Friendship and Freedom
The Silence of Meditation
In the Spirit of Inquiry
The Realm of Nonduality
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