The Book of Nâm

The Book of Nâm is a book of deep wisdom. The author of the book, Yoginâm, writes in such a way that it invites an openness in the reader to become receptive to the hidden meaning of human life. It emphasises the transcendence in which all members of humanity equally share. Though the subject matter is perennial, the language in which it is written brings it alive for the needs of present day readers. This approach raises the subject matter level above the various different schools and traditions and makes it truly universal. Wisdom is not a knowledge that is acquired. It is rather a process of transformation. The various chapters in the Book of Nâm are invitations for reflection and contemplation. In order to assist this transformation in the second part of the book a number of practices are suggested that one can apply as recipes to enhance this psychological transformation.
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  • Taal: Engels
  • ISBN: 9789076288208
  • Pagina's: 320
  • Publicatiedatum: 16-12-2020
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The Book of Nâm is a book of deep wisdom. The author of the book, Yoginâm, writes in such a way that it invites an openness in the reader to become receptive to the hidden meaning of human life. It emphasises the transcendence in which all members of humanity equally share. Though the subject matter is perennial, the language in which it is written brings it alive for the needs of present day readers. This approach raises the subject matter level above the various different schools and traditions and makes it truly universal. Wisdom is not a knowledge that is acquired. It is rather a process of transformation. The various chapters in the Book of Nâm are invitations for reflection and contemplation. In order to assist this transformation in the second part of the book a number of practices are suggested that one can apply as recipes to enhance this psychological transformation.