Discursos Espirituales II

Este segundo volumen fue publicado por primera vez en 1997, contiene traducciones completas de ocho discursos celebrados por Maharaj Charan Singh en India. Normalmente, Maharaj Charan Singh se basa en un himno de un místico Hindú del pasado, explicando pasaje por pasaje y relacionándolo con los desafíos contemporáneos a los que sus discípulos se enfrentan al intentar seguir los principios del Sendero. Para ilustrar sus opiniones, también incorpora citas de otros santos, ampliando así el alcance universal de sus discursos.

This second volume was first published in 1997 and contains translations of eight complete discourses delivered by Maharaj Charan Singh in India. Typically, Maharaj Charan Singh takes a hymn by an Indian mystic of the past, which he then discusses passage by passage, relating it to the contemporary challenges faced by his disciples as they attempt to live according to the principles of the Path. In illustrating his points, he brings quotes from other saints as well, thus expanding the universal reach of his discourses.

English: Spiritual Discourses II
Author: Maharaj Charan Singh
Category: RSSB Tradition: The Masters
Format: Hardcover, 406 Pages
Edition: 1st. 2003
ISBN: 978-81-8466-089-0
RSSB: SP-062-2

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