Balancing East-Westby Paramhansa Yogananda
To bridge the gap between Eastern wisdom and Western mind-set, the Yogic Master Yogananda started a magazine called East-West in the 1920s in which he poured forth his inspirational writings. This volume contains some of the articles originally published between 1925 to 1930 as they appeared in the magazine. These articles continue to have relevance to spiritual seekers today. A few of the articles are concerning events of almost 90 years ago, but the messages are timeless. This is the third volume in the collection of Paramhansa Yogananda's unedited, original works. The first two are "Essence of Kriya Yoga" and "Practical Meditations."
The author is one of the most influential figures to bring Eastern wisdom to the West and continue to have a large following at the present time.
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