Part 1, Human Experience, shows how to make everyday life into a process of spiritual discovery. It explores causes and purposes of suffering, problems of marriage and other relationships for spiritual seekers, needed reforms in education, special opportunities and problems of youth and old age, and the purpose of the modern world-crisis.
Part 2, The Arts in Culture, reverently celebrates the role of the Beautiful in human culture. Its highlights are sections on the mission of inspired art, creativity, genius, and the relationship of art and mystical experience.
About the Author:
Paul Brunton (1898-1981) was one of this century’s most dynamic spiritual authors. His ten early books ( 1934-1952) awakened millions in the West to the treasures of oriental wisdom and mystical practice.