For thousands of years, great thinkers and philosophers have pondered the mysteries of life and offered guidance to those interested in furthering their self-development and consciousness. Their words still ring true today because human nature and universal principles do not change. In this insightful collection of essays incorporating quotations and stories from the great sages, you’ll discover time-tested, relevant wisdom.
During the last century seekers in the West turned to the East in a search for hidden truth and esoteric knowledge. They sought a deeper understanding of the aim and purpose of a human life, the essential nature of men and women, and the laws that govern our lives. In the aftermath of World War II, master teachers in India resolved to introduce Eastern philosophy and meditation to the West. Among these Eastern teachers were Shantananda Saraswati, who was the Shankcharya of the North, the Maharishi, who taught Transcendental Meditation, and Swami Muktananda. Among the Western seekers and teachers were G.I. Gurdjieff, P.D. Ouspensky, Willem Nyland, Dr. Francis Roles and Leon MacLaren.
A young man sets out to seek his destiny. A man at the end of his life joins an expedition to climb a legendary mountain said to connect earth to heaven... A mystical tale of adventure, love, and a search for truth that incorporates profound stories and ancient wisdom.
"A wonderful and compelling story that communicates the subtlest of spiritual messages."
- Paul Palmasozza, author of Praise of Silence and Timeless Values for Today
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ABOUT the author
John Adago has been a student and teacher of for over 45 years, he has led groups in the study of philosophy, economics and meditation. He has founded several corporations, has been a builder and entrepreneur. He's been interviewed in over 65 radio stations and lectured around the country.
He is a father and grandfather. He lives with his wife in New York City.