Paul Brunton helps us hear the melody
behind the medley of today's "spiritual
marketplace." His late writings raise the
bar for what we can expect of spiritual
teachings and teachers, and what we
can do for ourselves.
Born in London in 1898, he soon became
a leading pioneer of much of what we
now take for granted. He traveled
widely throughout the world (long
before it was fashionable) to meet
living masters of various traditions
with whom he then lived and studied.
His eleven early books from 1934-1952
shared much of what he learned,
and helped set the stage for dramatic
east-west exchanges of the late 20th
Paul Brunton left more than 10,000 pages
of enormously helpful new work in
notebooks he reserved for posthumous
publication, much of which is now available
as The Notebooks of Paul Brunton.
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