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Life Is Eternal Newness
     

Life Is Eternal Newness

by Ilie Cioara
 

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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,

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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. ‘Wherever you look, All is Alive, there is Life in Everything, A leaf of grass, an insect, a human being. Even so called still nature Is a wise movement, for its Essence is the same. Everywhere in the Universe, there is One Energy, It is in fact Eternity, in perfect harmony.’ Ilie Cioara

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781780990989
Publisher:
Hunt, John Publishing
Publication date:
07/27/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
135
File size:
410 KB

Meet the Author

Ilie Cioara was an enlightened mystic who lived in Eastern Europe. His writings in 16 books describe the experience of meditation and enlightenment, as well as the practice of Self-knowing using all-encompassing Attention. Like Ramana Maharshi, Krishnamurti, Ekhart Tolle, his is a simple message of discovering our inner divine nature through the silence of the mind.

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