The Short Path to Enlightenment: Instructions for Immediate Awakening

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Larson Publications
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6.01 X 0.47 X 9.13 inches | 0.61 pounds
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About the Author

Widely considered the most influential writer on self-realization in the 20th century, Paul Brunton traveled the globe in search of authentic spiritual teachers, with whom he lived and studied. Major reviewers acclaim his integrative writings as sensible and compelling, a rich vein of wisdom, deep and original, etc., that stand beside Merton, Huxley, Suzuki, Watts, and Radhakrishnan. He presents and makes accessible a broad spectrum of deep teachings, both East and West. Compilers Mark Scorelle and Jeff Cox are both longtime students of Brunton s work and are immersed in contemporary nondual teachings. Jeff recently retired as president of Snow Lion Publications, publishers of numerous works by the Dalai Lama and other revered Buddhist teachers. Both are available for promotional activities."


"The Short Path to Enlightenment is a deeply supportive text from the extraordinary Paul Brunton, the spiritual explorer who first brought knowledge of Ramana Maharishi to the West. In this work readers receive the invitation and instruction to discover the truth of oneself. The accompanying excellent glossary gives depth of understanding to Brunton's unique terminology. This book is alive with supreme knowledge. May it support you in immediately and continually recognizing yourself. Gangaji"
"In The Short Path to Enlightenment Paul Brunton gives voice to the profound teachings of immediate spiritual awakening that have the power to short-circuit the seeker in us and reveal the true nature of reality here and now. But the true gift of this wonderful book is in how nuanced and subtle Paul Brunton understood these profound and transformational teachings and how directly he conveys them. Read this book as you would a scripture or a sutra and let it open your eyes to eternity." Adyashanti"