Prophet for Our Times: The Life and Teachings of Peter Deunov

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Peter Deunov (Beinsa Dounov), who lived in Bulgaria from 1864 to 1944, was a great and inspired teacher of the Perennial Wisdom - the essential thread of truth running through all the major world religions. He was an extraordinary man who at once embodied great simplicity and tremendous profundity. All those who knew him testified to the fact that he inspired inner excellence in very ordinary people. His teachings are both direct and clear, and will speak to everybody whatever their creed. Essentially they give ...
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Peter Deunov (Beinsa Dounov), who lived in Bulgaria from 1864 to 1944, was a great and inspired teacher of the Perennial Wisdom - the essential thread of truth running through all the major world religions. He was an extraordinary man who at once embodied great simplicity and tremendous profundity. All those who knew him testified to the fact that he inspired inner excellence in very ordinary people. His teachings are both direct and clear, and will speak to everybody whatever their creed. Essentially they give a prescription for living in harmony with others, with the Earth and with the Divine.

     Prophet for Our Times is being brought back into print following Dr Wayne D. Dyer's desire to share the work of the philosopher who greatly influenced him. This selection of teachings makes ideal reading for anyone on the spiritual path. It explains simply and directly how to find love, wisdom, truth, justice, harmony and balance in life. It also gives advice on techniques of prayer, meditation and visualization, and valuable information on right diet and exercise to assist inner focus and clarity. Peter Deunov's wise words will speak to everyone, and will have special appeal to those searching for an authentic spiritual tradition of Western origin.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781852302115
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/28/1993
  • Pages: 208

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David Lorimer, who compiled and edited this book, is a writer, lecturer, editor and educationalist. David was a teacher of philosophy and modern languages at Winchester College, and is the author and editor of twelve books.
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