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Silence is the Way: The Teachings of Buddha. By Swami Dhyan Giten

Silence is the Way: The Teachings of Buddha.
By Swami Dhyan Giten

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This book is a work of art, and a pleasure to read: a compilation of lectures during Satsang with spiritual teacher Swami Dhyan Giten on the teachings of Buddha.

Giten is a master in transmitting the light and joy, without too many words. Buddha's greatest message, his gift to humanity, is the message of no-self, anatta, silence and emptiness, says Giten in this book. Through using Buddha's wisdom as a jumping board, Giten gives life to words that has the power to change how we see the world.

Satsang with Giten is a direct insight and realization of being. I was so afraid that I would lose the silence that I had found during satsang in India, but I found the silence again in satsang with Giten. This book is for everybody that wants to find a new dimension of awareness in their live, which will make you endlessly enriched and blessed. Delight in the call of...
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