First printed in 1921, Visions of a Compassionate World is a practical guide for spiritual development that addresses the whole person: mind, body, and soul. In an age of self-discovery and the search for self-awareness, this dynamic work brings clarity through meditation, guided imagery, psychology, and kabbalah. With its uplifting message of universal peace, this book reveals a spiritual path away from ego traps and self-centered consciousness and toward the pursuit of a more compassionate life.
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About the Author
Menachem Ekstein was the son of Mordechai Ekstein, a prominent Hassidic communal leader in Reisha, Poland in the early 20th century. He and his family were victims of the Holocaust. Yehoshua Starrett is the author of several books on topics of Jewish interest, including The Breslov Haggadah, Esther: A Breslov Commentary on the Megillah, The Inner Temple, and To Heal the Soul. David Zeller was the executive director of the Yakar Center for Tradition and Creativity and the Shevet Center for Jewish Meditation, both in Jerusalem. His work focused on combining transpersonal psychology with Jewish spirituality and mediation. He worked extensively with a range of Jewish communities, as well as with yoga, Sufi, Buddhist, and Christian centers, and with psychological programs in North America, Europe, and Israel.