Looking into Mind: How to Recognize Who You Are and How You Know Paperback – 1 Sep 1990
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This well-edited transcript of lively discussions with students invites you to experience directly the vital core of your own mind, and to see how your everyday world expresses the same deep mental power that thinks your "I." Anthony Damiani presents this combined practical and analytic approach as the most direct route to reliable spiritual independence - through commentary on Paul Brunton's writings on meditation, epistemology, and mentalism.
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"[Anthony Damiani] is a truly great man . . . One of my closest spiritual brothers." --Dalai Lama . "Anthony Damiani is a philosophic genius . . . a fully qualified philosophic teacher." --Paul Brunton. Anthony Damiani founded Wisdom's Goldenrod Center for Philosophic Studies in 1972 and taught there until 1984. His creative originality and spiritual vision earned high praise from academics and practioners alike.
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I must say reading this book did not capture my imagination or have the same level of energy as Brunton's works.
My recommendation is to go to the source. Books like "Discover Yourself, "Hermit in the Himalayas", and "The Sensitives" are all Brunton books which are 5-stars. Damiani is good but Brunton explains the subject matter in much clearer detail. Stick with Brunton is my advice.