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Silence of the Heart

By Robert Adams
  • ISBN Code: : 1889051535
  • Publisher : Acropolis Books Incorporated
  • Pages : 374
  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Book Excerpt :

One of the clearest presentations of India's Advaita Vedanta, the doctrine of Oneness. Adams, an American student of the great master, Ramana Maharshi, discourses with wisdom and delightful humor as he clarifies for Westerners India's teaching of Ultimate Reality.

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