|About the Book|
On this six-tape audio program, Michael Toms of New Dimensions Radio engages in a series of fascinating dialogues with ten master teachers.Dialogue with Krishnamurti: The late Krishnamurti is regarded as one of the great religious teachers of allMoreOn this six-tape audio program, Michael Toms of New Dimensions Radio engages in a series of fascinating dialogues with ten master teachers.Dialogue with Krishnamurti: The late Krishnamurti is regarded as one of the great religious teachers of all time. In this dialogue, he presents us with the concept that self-transformation begins at home. As we change our own psyche, so can the world change for the better.Clear Mind with S. N. Goenka: One of the worlds leading teachers of Vipassana Meditation (a Buddhist technique also known as Insight Meditation), Goenka speaks of the importance of quieting the mind in turbulent times.How a Master Works with Murshida Ivy Duce: The author of How a Master Works talks about the relevance of spiritual practice to daily life, and the teacher/disciple relationship.Dharma Elegance with Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche: During his life, Trungpa was widely known as a meditation master, teacher, scholar, and artist- and was one of the foremost exponents of the Buddhist tradition. Here, he weaves the contemplative together with the visionary world of the artist who resides in all of us.Women, Men, and God with Swami Sivananda Radha: The former Sylvia Hellman, now known as Swami Radha, is one of the foremost spiritual teachers in North America and a prolific author. Here, she discusses relationships, and the ways in which women and men seek spiritual meaning, separately and together.Search for Meaning with Pir Vilayat lnayat-Khan: The head of the Sufi Order in the West, Pir Vilayat offers some surprising comments on gurus and the New Age, sheds light on whirling dervishes, and describes the origins of Sufism and its relationship toIslam.Taming the Mind with Lama Sogyal Rinpoche: The Tibetan Buddhist meditation master and incarnate lama reveals ways to become more awakened and open to wisdom and discusses moving through confusion, slowing the pace of life, and transforming conflict.Loving Kindness and Active Peace with H.H. the Dalai Lama and H.E. Tai Situpa: In an exclusive dialogue with Michael Toms, the Dalai Lama speaks of the individuals responsibility for change and the relationship between Tibet and China. H.E. Tai Situpa, the conceiver and organizer of the Pilgrimage for Active Peace, suggests ways to encourage compassion, or the good heart.Return to the Sacred with Father Bede Griffiths: This remarkable Benedictine monk who founded an ashram in South India discusses the infusing of gross matter and daily life with spirit, and finding God in the divine darkness beyond word and thought.