This work of Shankara teaches that there is only non-dual consciousness. The reader is taken t..
In the third title Vyvyan writes ‘If a clearly conceived philosophy is implicit, then it is by alleg..
In the second title Vyvyan sets out ‘to uncover a little of the meaning that the heroine, as a love ..
Vyvyan begins the first title ‘It is striking that Shakespeare’s tragic characters are continually a..
Standing for Justice is an account of a man who did just that – to understand the man would be to un..
Sri Sankara Acarya's Tattvopadesha translated by Warwick Jessup. Tattvopadesha means literally 'poin..
Simple Sanskrit sentences based on the Advaita teaching given in the Astavakra Gita, using simple Sa..
What does death mean?
Need we fear it?
Is there a heaven?
What might heaven be like?
This is the first English translation of the Renaissance philosopher-priest Marsilio Ficino's commen..
In this her fourth book Dorothy Boux draws on her deep fund of experience and wisdom to shed light o..