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John Levy was an Englishman who spent many years in India with his guru Krishna Menon an. Small but concise in covering many of the main points and philosophical concepts aimed at by the Vedanta tradition The books aims to be a brief introduction and map to the whole teaching and thus is rather compact and dense in many places The language is specific and philosophy based rather than everyday which makes reading it a challenge Many sentences need to be read two or three times over Worth a read for those interested in the topic of Vedanta Memoirs of Madame de La Tour du Pin for those interested in the topic of Vedanta

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The Nature of Man According to the Vedanta

D brought his knowledge of Advaita Vedanta to the West In this book he makes the classic. This little book is a clear and reasoned exposition arguing for the non dual nature of reality as understood from the Advaita Vedanta tradition of Hinduism Few people can ever distill such simple yet impossible ideas as this author does Hurrah for John Levy

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Argument against subject object duality and determines that the true Self cannot be kno. The somewhat unusual reader born and conditioned in the West who has somehow found his or her way into Advaita Vedanta or another nondual teaching may rejoice in this book as something long sought for happened upon at long last It may open for you finally such gnomic assertions as You are not in the world the world is in you or so alarming to anyone steeped in Western culture For one who is enlightened the objective world ceases to exist The prose in this little book by John Levy a student of A Krishna Menon who has been called one of the three titans of Twentieth Century advaita teaching along with Sri Ramana Maharshi and Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj is admirable even remarkable for its clarity


5 thoughts on “The Nature of Man According to the Vedanta

  1. says:

    Small but concise in covering many of the main points and philosophical concepts aimed at by the Vedanta tradition The books aims to be a brie

  2. says:

    This little book is a clear and reasoned exposition arguing for the non dual nature of reality as understood from the Advaita Vedanta tradition of Hinduism Few people can ever distill such simple yet impossible ideas as this author does Hurrah for John Levy

  3. says:

    The somewhat unusual reader born and conditioned in the West who has somehow found his or her way into Advaita Vedanta or another nondual' teaching may rejoice in this book as something long sought for happened upon at long last It may open for you finally such gnomic assertions as You are not in the world the world is in you or so alarming to anyone steeped in Western culture For one who is enlightened the o

  4. says:

    Dit uitzonderlijke boek; geschreven door John Levy een leerling van Sri Krishna Menon is een verhandeling van de Advaita Vedanta op ee

  5. says:

    The philosophy it espouses is very similar to Zen Unfortunately my copy ewas badly scanned by as I believe it was a Guttenburg edition so parts were unreadableBut besides that the authors complete black of nbacking up their argument with any evidence other than his own convictions is very similar to what I found in other older books like Cand

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