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Too Many Books Are Still Not Enough! by James Bean

  Too Many Books Are Still Not Enough! by James Bean         For a very long time I’ve been a collector, researcher and lover of books. These are for the most part translations of writings from other places and other times: Egypt and the Middle East, Near East, and further to the …

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The Yoga of Sound — Exploring Sound Meditation (Auditory Mysticism, Surat Shabd Yoga) in the Sacred Texts of the Great World Religions and Gnostic Traditions — Tuning the Cosmic Radio Dial

The Yoga of Sound — Exploring Sound Meditation (Auditory Mysticism, Surat Shabd Yoga) in the Sacred Texts of the Great World Religions and Gnostic Traditions — Tuning the Cosmic Radio Dial By James Bean Copyright October 2004 — All Rights Reserved https://medium.com/sant-mat-meditation-and-spirituality/57a1d4281c3a http://www.SpiritualAwakeningRadio.com/articles.html http://SantMatRadhasoami.Blogspot.com     Introduction   No doubt, many of you saw the …

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Spiritual Awakening Inter-Faith Links Page of World Religions and Sacred Texts, East and West, from Apocrypha to Zoroaster

Link BACK to the MAIN PAGE of the E-Library:  https://SantMatRadhasoami.Blogspot.com/2019/01/sant-mat-radhasoami-books-main-page-e.html # # # # # # # # Spiritual Awakening Links Page of Online World Scriptures and Spiritual Classics, East and West: From “Apocrypha” (A) to “Zoroaster” (Z): Online Books, Inter-Faith Libraries, and Websites Around the World: http://www.SpiritualAwakeningRadio.com/index.html # # # # # # # …

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Light and Sound on the Path, September 2013 Sant Mat Radhasoami Satsang E Newsletter

  Light and Sound on the Path, September 2013 — A Digest of Spiritual Quotes and Sant Mat Satsang Discourses     This E-Newsletter explores the poetry, prose, spiritual discourses, books, scriptures, letters, prayers, ahimsa ethics, podcasts, videos, philosophy, cosmology, and history of the Masters from a traditional Indian perspective, and might also include quotes …

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