By Jean-Baptiste Aymard, Patrick Laude
The 1st publication in English dedicated to the spiritual thinker Frithjof Schuon (1907 1998) to seem because his demise, this biography additionally presents an research of his paintings and non secular teachings. hoping on Schuon s released works in addition to unpublished correspondence and different files, the authors spotlight the originality of Schuon s lifestyles and teachings when it comes to his constant specialize in esoterism, outlined because the internal penetration of sacred varieties and non secular practices vis-a-vis the religio perennis, the everlasting knowledge that lies on the middle of all sacred paths. Schuon s lifestyles, they argue, is a quest for the interior that means of non secular event, as is indicated by means of his connections to Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and local American Shamanism. non secular seekers from all backgrounds will savour this entire learn of this towering determine of comparative religion."
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