Sobre el amor

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A lucid and concise text that integrates Eastern and Western wisdom with scientific contributions, this book is less about romantic love or how to love and be loved, and more about collective experience, about a oneness with all people and things. The author, a spiritual teacher, speaks of the love that is felt during a genuine spiritual journey, a love that leads to the discovery and recognition of oneself in all life, and therefore to the desire for peace. This book discusses...
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Overview


A lucid and concise text that integrates Eastern and Western wisdom with scientific contributions, this book is less about romantic love or how to love and be loved, and more about collective experience, about a oneness with all people and things. The author, a spiritual teacher, speaks of the love that is felt during a genuine spiritual journey, a love that leads to the discovery and recognition of oneself in all life, and therefore to the desire for peace. This book discusses this profound love as the one true source of freedom and peace, both with oneself and with the world. 
 
Un texto lúcido y conciso que integra sabiduría oriental y occidental con contribuciones científicas, este libro no es sobre el amor de pareja ni cómo amar y ser amado, sino sobre la experiencia colectiva, sobre la unidad con todos y todo. El autor, un sabio espiritual, habla sobre el amor que se siente durante una búsqueda espiritual genuina, un amor que lleva al descubrimiento y reconocimiento de uno mismo en todo, y por lo tanto al deseo por la paz. Este libro discute este amor profundo como la verdadera fuente de libertad y paz, con uno mismo y con el mundo.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788472458987
  • Publisher: Editorial Kairos
  • Publication date: 5/1/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Translatio
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author


Willigis Jäger is a Benedictine monk and Zen master. He is the founder of the Würzburg School of Contemplation and the author of several books on meditation and spiritality. He gives lectures and seminars throughout Europe.
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