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Children of Immortal Bliss: A New Perspective on our True Identity Based on the Ancient Vedanta Philosophy of India

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In this clear introduction to the Vedanta philosophy of India, you'll discover a new perspective that can bring inner peace, inner strength and improve your relationships for a happier life. This spiritual study written by Paul Hourihan, an American, introduces these ancient teachings in a way that Westerners, in particular, can easily relate to and understand.

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Nook, 208 pages
Published February 18th 2011 by Vedantic Shores Press
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Jacob Nordby
Mar 08, 2013 Jacob Nordby rated it it was amazing
The modern world is filled with voices talking about God, gods, goddesses, saints, avatars, gurus, saviors and all manner of messiahs. Since the 60's, eastern religion has become popular in the west, but we mostly glom on to the surface teachings without an understanding of the deep roots.

I appreciated Paul Hourihan's careful summary of the Upanishads. He offers a historical perspective and then delves into the teachings themselves. Having read quotes and excerpts--but never attempted a full stu
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Agnes
Jul 06, 2014 Agnes rated it it was amazing
I would recommend this book so much. I totally get what the author is trying to bring over. I find that after reading writings of Sri Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta, Paul Hourihan does bring a lot of clarity in the ancient Vedanta philosophy. It is a joy to read this book, I could not put it down, though I will read it again soon.
Such clarity shines from it's pages.
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