Wondrous Journey, The - Into the Depth of Our Being

Wondrous Journey, The - Into the Depth of Our Being

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The Wondrous Journey is Ilie Cioaras follow up to The Silence of the Mind. A practical book on meditation and enlightenment, a must read for any spiritual seeker. A less rational and more poetic Eckhart Tolle; Kahlil Gibran meets Krishnamurti. Ilie Cioaras message is original and unique, as he never travelled to India and never belonged to any traditional school. By practising the silence of the mind, through an all-encompassing attention, we discover and fulfill our innermost potential of becoming one with the divine spark that lies dormant within us. The Freshness of Life Everything in the Universe is in constant movement, What is now - in a flash - is consumed and dies, The old moment is replaced with the new, appearing rhythmically, A constant succession - inviting us to know ourselves. Yesterday and the thousands of yesterdays, Created our lives of fiction: lies, fear, madness, All that was - is dead - worthless in the present, The moment - a precious mystery - integrating us into reality Ilie Cioara
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Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 135 x 226 x 9mm | 176g
  • New Alresford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1846949513
  • 9781846949517
  • 364,242

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Having studied Ilie Cioara's inspired book, I am quite convinced that if its wonderfully wise contents are read diligently, and its prescribed practise is persistenly followed, then it will gradually and gracefully lead the fortunate reader to his or her own Self Realisation. (Alan Jacobs, Poet, Writer and President of the Ramana Maharshi Foundation UK)
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About Ilie Cioara

Ilie Cioara was an enlightened mystic who lived in Eastern Europe. His writing describes the experience of meditation and enlightenment, as well as the practice of Self-knowing using all-encompassing Attention. Like Ramana Maharshi, Krishnamurti, Eckhart Tolle, his is a simple message of discovering our inner divine nature through the silence of the mind.
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