The Path of Perfection

The Path of Perfection

by Bahram Elahi
The Path of Perfection

The Path of Perfection

by Bahram Elahi



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In his latest work, Prof. Bahram Elahi, M.D. presents a terse summary of the innovative and universal approach to spirituality founded by his father, Ostad Elahi (1895-1974). Presented as a handbook of what he has termed "natural spirituality." Prof. Elahi sets forth in astonishingly simple and straightforward language answers to such perennial questions as:

• What is the meaning and purpose of life?
• What constitutes an individual’s true identity?
• Where do we go after we leave this world?
• What is the structural make-up of our spiritual personality?
• What is the role of free will and determinism in our daily lives?

In addressing the specific questions and needs of human beings in the 21st century, Prof. Elahi lays out a concise roadmap that shows us how to achieve psychobiological spiritual perfection step-by-step by seamlessly integrating the practice of natural spirituality into our daily lives. Already translated into five languages, The Path of Perfection empowers us to obtain tangible results that will continuously encourage and motivate us as we advance along our intriguing journey of self-knowledge and discovery.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012272454
Publisher: Nour Foundation
Publication date: 03/12/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 255
File size: 387 KB

About the Author

Professor emeritus of pediatric surgery and the author of several medical books in the fields of anatomy and pediatric surgery and urology, Bahram Elahi, M.D. has spent the past forty years concurrently studying and practicing the subject of ethics and spirituality based on the philosophy of his father, Ostad Elahi, a contemporary philosopher and jurist. His previous works include, "Foundations of Natural Spirituality," "Spirituality is a Science," and "Medicine of the Soul."
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