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This book is a systematic introduction to Hindu Mysticism intended mainly for a reader new to the subject. The work of a noted 20th Indian philosopher and teacher, it is an absorbing book to read. From a description of the early sacrificial type, the author goes on to deal with four types of mysticism: the Upanisadic, The Yogic, the Buddistic, and that related to the Bhakt ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 8th 2017 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (first published 1927)
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Cuando se echa un terrón de sal en el océano, se disuelve completamente en él. No puede recuperar su forma original ninguna parte del terrón, pero toda el agua tiene sabor salado.
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