Inspiration from Other Religious Traditions

In Vedanta Philosophy, we feel free to find inspiration in the many religious traditions of the world. the books listed here are a selection of the most inspired books of these traditions. A number of them are personal favorites of the members of the Vedanta Society of So. California.

The list is admitedly limited as these are our local favorites.

Being Nobody, Going Nowhere: Meditations on the Buddhist Path
Essential Rumi, The
Heart of Compassion A Practical Approach to a Meaningful Life
Islam What Non-Muslims Should Know
Kindness, Clarity and Insight
Pain, Sex and Time
Path With Heart: A Guide Through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life
Perennial Philosophy, The
Sacred Pipe: Black Elk's Account of the Seven Rites of the Oglala Sioux
Tao Te Ching- 25th Anniversary Edition
Teachings on Love
Tao Box
World is Sound: Nada Brahma Music and the Landscape of Consciousness
What is Life? with Mind and Matter and Autobiographica Sketches
The World's Religions
Consciousness A Deeper Scientific Search
Buddha and His Message
Thus Spake the Buddha
Thus Spake Guru Nanak
Thus Spake Prophet Muhammad
Is Vedanta the Future Religion?
Enter the Dream Time  CD
The Arc of Life Huston Smith on Life, Death and Beyond
Thus Spake the Christ
Rumi and Islam - Selections from His Stories, Poems and Discourses
Mystic Wisdom of Kabir
Thus Spake Zarathushtra
Harmony of Religions from the Standpoint of Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda
Albert Einstein His Human Side
Why a Hindu Accepts Christ and Rejects Churchianity
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