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1 Eknath Easwaran
1000 Names of Vishnu
Jaico Publishing House; New Delhi, India; 8172245815 / 9788172245818; Reprint; Paperback; New; 
Printed Pages: 326. 035653

Price: 4.75 USD
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2 Eknath Easwaran
Conquering the Mind: Take Charge of Your Thoughts and Reshape Your Life Through Meditation
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8184952716 / 9788184952711; Softcover; New; 
Feeling trapped by unwanted thoughts and emotions can seem an inevitable part of life. But Easwaran, who taught meditation for nearly forty years, shows a way to break free. Just as a fitness routine can create a strong, supple body, spiritual disciplines can shape a secure personality and a resilient, loving mind.Writing as an experienced, friendly coach, Easwaran explains how we can train the mind not just during meditation but throughout the day. Working with difficult colleagues, choosing what to eat, and listening to a child’s needs are all opportunities to try out different, wiser responses. To shed light on the thinking process, Easwaran takes the timeless teachings of the Buddha and other mystics and illustrates them with scenes from contemporary life. He offers practical exercises for taking charge of our thoughts, along with instruction in his own method of passage meditation. Easwaran shows how training the mind is a glorious challenge - one that brings joy and purpose to life.Printed Pages: 224. 105345

Price: 4.85 USD
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3 Eknath Easwaran
Dialogue with Death
B.R. Publishing Corporation /Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8172247575 / 9788172247577; Softcover; New; 
Dialogue with Death is not a book on death and dying. It is a book about life and living: what life is for, who we are as human beings, why we are here. Yet it is death that forces these questions on us. If we could live forever, there would be little urgency in finding answers. But the fact is that whatever our age or the status of our health, none of us has time to waste in learning what life is for.We begin to take life seriously when we take death seriously. Otherwise, as Thoreau said, we run the risk of discovering, when we come to die, that we have never lived. This is not a negative observation. It is completely positive, for it brings life into focus. Every moment is precious. There is so little time: not a day to waste on quarreling with those we love, no time for anything that robs our lives of joy, hope, and meaning. Fulfilling the purpose of life becomes our overriding priority, and that brings joy, hope, love, and meaning to us and to those around us. Let this book be your guide.Printed Pages: 240. 105336

Price: 7.47 USD
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4 Eknath Easwaran
Gandhi the Man: How One Man Changed Himself to Change the World
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8172245173 / 9788172245177; Softcover; New; 
In 1892 Mohandas Gandhi left India for South Africa at the age of 23 - a shy, tongue-tied, average little man whose past was full of failure.Ten years later, called a saint even by those who opposed him, he was the leader of 100,000 people in one of the most remarkable experiments in history: "satyagraha" a war without violence. He returned to India not as M.K. Gandhi but Mahatma, "great soul" - the man who was to free his country from foreign rule without firing a shot.Eknath Easwaran grew up in Gandhi's India. He was in his twenties when he made his first visit to Gandhi to learn the secret of his transformation - the secret not of Gandhi the political leader, but of Gandhi the man. Later, in the midst of a busy career as a writer and professor, Easwaran began to practice meditation in order to bring about a similar spiritual transformation in his own life. He first came to the U.S. on the Fulbright exchange program, and in 1960 he founded the Blue Mountain Center of Meditation in Berkeley, California. He lectured regularly on Gandhi, meditation, and the spiritual traditions of the world's great religions.With a new chapter by Timothy Flinders, "How Satyagraha Works," and a foreword by Michael N. Nagler, University of California, Berkeley.Printed Pages: 216. 105346

Price: 5.81 USD
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5 Eknath Easwaran
Living Thoughts of Great People
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8172244274 / 9788172244279; Softcover; New; 
This daily reader introduces you to all the important concepts and techniques of leading a spiritual life in today’s world. The insights given here are stated in simple words and stresses Easwaran’s eight point program for meditation and spiritual living. Gain insight into yourself and your relationship. Be inspired to act on this understanding. And develop the personal skills to do this most difficult and rewarding work. Taken from the talks and writings of Eknath Easwaran.Printed Pages: 384. 105338

Price: 4.85 USD
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6 Eknath Easwaran
Love is God
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8179921549 / 9788179921548; Softcover; New; 
Our deepest need is to love completely, universally, without reservation-in other words, to become love itself. Where there is love, everything follows. To love is to know, is to act; all other paths to God are united in this path of love.Printed Pages: 234. 105340

Price: 3.81 USD
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7 Eknath Easwaran
Meditation: Bringing the deep wisdom of the heart into your daily Life
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8179928136 / 9788179928134; Softcover; New; 
The principle of meditation is simple: You are what you think. By meditating on words that embody your highest ideals, you drive them deep into your consciousness. There they take root and begin to create wonderful changes in your life changes you have wanted to make, but have not known how to bring about.This book is a complete guide to a program of meditation that fits naturally into your life – even complementing an active religious practice.Eknath Easwaran taught meditation and its application to daily life for more than 30 years.Printed Pages:m 256. 105335

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8 Eknath Easwaran
Sacred Literature of the World
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8172245823 / 9788172245825; Softcover; New; 
This book is a short, positive, practical selections from the world’s great scriptures and mystics hristian, Jewish, Hindus, Buddhists, Muslim, Native American chosen by one of the most respected teachers of meditation in the world today. Brief instructions on how to use these powerful selections in meditation are included. The slow, sustained concentration on these passages,Eknath Easwaran writes,drives them deep into our minds. And whatever we drive deep into consciousness that we become.Printed Pages: 208. 105339

Price: 3.81 USD
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9 Eknath Easwaran
The Bhagavad Gita for Daily Living, 3 Vols
Jaico Publishing House; New Delhi, India; 2011; 8172248180 / 9788172248185; Reprint; Paperback; New; 
Set of 3 vols 036898

Price: 19.25 USD
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10 Eknath Easwaran
The Constant Companion
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8179925072 / 9788179925072; Softcover; New; 
The Lord is everything, everywhere he dwells in every heartThe Constant Companion is a book of daily inspirations - short, personal reminders that divinity can be found all around us, if we will only look.In each piece, Eknath Easwaran selects one of India’s traditional Thousand Names of The Lord and shows its universal significance: that these are not only names of God, but also aspects of the spark of divinity within us.In the Thousand Names, the Lord is called our Constant Companion, an inner friend whose love and support we can never lose. This book, too, will serve as a constant companion for those who want to see God in the faces and events of everyday life.Printed Pages: 296. 105341

Price: 5.81 USD
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11 Eknath Easwaran
The Dhammapada
Jaico Publishing House; New Delhi, India; 8184950926 / 9788184950922; Paperback; New; 
Printed Pages: 275. 036122

Price: 5.95 USD
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12 Eknath Easwaran; Introduction By Richard B. Applegate
The Mantram Handbook
Routledge and Kegal Paul; London, UK; 1978; 0710089740 / 9780710089748; First Edition; Paperback; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 260. Slightly rubbed cover. 021936

Price: 7.00 USD
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13 Eknath Easwaran
The Mantram Handbook
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8184954506 / 9788184954500; Softcover; New; 
he mantram, or mantra, is a short, powerful spiritual formula from the world’s great traditions, repeated silently in the mind, anytime, anywhere. Use it when you’re ill or anxious, tired or restless, and the mantram will guide and comfort you like a true friend. The mantram can help you to: Steady the mind and focus your thoughts Replenish your energy and willpower Free your mind from anxiety, anger, or resentment Access your deepest resources of strength, patience, and love.Printed Pages: 208. 105333

Price: 6.25 USD
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14 Eknath Easwaran
The Promise of Death
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8184954689 / 9788184954685; Softcover; New; 
What is the greatest mystery in life, That although we see people die every day, we never believe we will die. The 'theater of death' confronts us everywhere in the newspaper, by the roadside, with the loss of a family member and most personally as we face our own aging. And yet, how many of us see through life's passing show to learn what death can teach us about how to live. In this engaging book, Eknath Easwaran shows how we can learn from death and what we can do now to fully understand life's last great change.Printed Pages: 144. 105334

Price: 4.97 USD
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15 Eknath Easwaran
The Two Gandhis: Nonviolent Soldiers
Jaico Publishing House; Delhi, India; 8184950411 / 9788184950410; Softcover; New; 
When Mahatma Gandhi roused millions in a peaceful revolution against colonial rule, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan seemed an unlikely man to enlist. Yet from the ruthless Pathan tradition in Indian’s rugged North-West Frontier Province, Khan raised history’s first nonviolent army of 100,00 men.Many cautioned Gandhi against involving in his nonviolent struggle these people with such a record of brutality. But under Khan’s leadership the Pathans proved that it is often those who are capable of great violence who have the courage to stand unarmed against injustice.Printed Pages: 240. 105344

Price: 6.38 USD
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