Children of Immortal Bliss
by Paul Hourihan
edited by Anna Hourihan
A splendid introduction to Vedanta for the general reader.
- 195 pages, US paperback
- (Retail only)
More than ever before, we in the West are discovering the value and practicality of the teachings of the East. In Children of Immortal Bliss
Paul Hourihan, who was a long-time American student of Vedanta, presents the venerable Indian teachings of Vedanta with illustrations and examples that make sense of them to Westerners in particular. In his own inimitable way, he shows how the profound, yet practical, teachings of Vedanta, one of the main schools of thought in Hinduism, give meaning and understanding to our lives.
I gladly recommend Children of Immortal Bliss for general Western readers looking for spiritually uplifting and emotionally fulfilling ideas of basic spiritual life.--Swami Tathagatananda
Paul Hourihan is the author of : Ramakrishna and Christ: The Supermystics.