Wine of the Mystic

Wine of the Mystic

The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam : A Spiritual Interpretation

Book - 1994 | 1st ed
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As Paramahansa Yogananda observes, although Khayyam's work may have been misunderstood in the West, its meaning had never been in doubt in Persia, where "Khayyam has always been considered a highly advanced mystical teacher, and his Rubaiyat revered as an inspired Sufi scripture".
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif : Self-Realization Fellowship, c1994
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 087612225X
Branch Call Number: 891.5511 YOG
Characteristics: xxi, 225 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm

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" Through many incarnations, good and evil qualities grow or fade in the ego-conscious state of the soul in its Godward evolution." " When the devotee meditates deeply and enters SAMADHI the rose of Self-realization blooms in his soul, and its divine aroma of all-freeing wisdom wafts from the garden of his life. His duty as a gardener of qualities in the mortal body then ceases. The soul is released to become liberated in Spirit, free to roam happily in the eternal garden of Infinite Beauty."

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Sep 24, 2015

Clear, concise commentary and translation of the original text (in Persian) that is Beautifully written with gorgeous illustrations.

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