Published by Larsons, Burdette, 1995
Foreword by Ken Wilber; 214 pages. Paperback in very good condition except for three marker streaks on fore-edge of pages.
Seller Inventory # 18455
Published by World Wisdom, Bloomington, 2004
Condition: Paperback in new condition. Christian Spirit, combines powerful imagery with words of wisdom for an experience that is both visual and contemplative. Containing a wide variety of early Christian art from sources as varied as the Coptic and Celtic traditions and wide-ranging quotations from Christian saints and sages of the first one and a half millennia of Christianity, this book invites the reader to reflect upon the beauty and wisdom of the Christian spirit. 164 pages with many illustrations.
Seller Inventory # 12971
Published by Doubleday, Garden City, 1978
First edition. A short encyclopedia of religions of the orient with terms from Hinduism, Sufism, Buddhism, Islam, Zen, Tao, the Sikhs, Zoroastrianism, and other Eastern religions; 433 pages. X-Library; Near very good condition in a near very good dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 11226
Published by World Wisdom, 1992
94 pazges. Paperback in very good condition; Some age toning to page edges.
Seller Inventory # 15238
Published by Perennial Books, Middlesex, 1983
Condition: Paperback in fine condition. Double issue; Contents include IThe Ambiguity of Exoterism by Frithjof Schuon, Indian Art by Ananda Coomaraswamy, Flowers - Part II by Lord Northbourne, The Ambiguity of the Emotional Elements by Frithjof Schuon, Corrigendum by Whitall Perry, The Prodigal Returns by Lillian Staveley, Spirit and Intellect by Rene Guenon, Reflections on Islam and Modern Thought by S.H. Nasr, Every Branch in Me. by Kurt Almqvist, The Divine Liturgy by Jean Hani, Knowledge and the Sacred by Gai Eaton and The Symbolism of the Grail by Rene Guenon; 128 pages.
Seller Inventory # 10348
Published by Perennial Books, Middlesex, 1977
Condition: Paperback in fine condition. Contents include The Mystery of the Veil by Frithjof Schuon, Who Speaks for the East? by Rama Coomaraswamy, Three Short Poems by Han Shan and The Mystery of the Great Labyrinth, Chartres Cathedral by John James; 64 pages.
Seller Inventory # 10352
Published by Perennial Books, Middlesex, 1976
Condition: Paperback in fine condition. Contents include The Degrees of Art by Frithjof Schuon, Aspects of Modern Cree Religious Tradition in Alberta by P. Joseph Cahill, Blake's Christ-Consciousness by Kathleen Raine, and On the Name of Jesus by Rama Coomaraswamy; 64 pages.
Seller Inventory # 10353
Published by Threshold, 1986
First printing. 171 pages plus bibliography. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 17078
Published by Perennial Books, Middlesex, 1990
128 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 3168
Published by Parabola Books, New York, 2004
Condition: Paperback in new condition. Foreward by Larry Dossey; Articles by Jacques Lusseyran, Thomas Dooling, Kat Duff, Edward Srachura, Lewis Thomas, Marvin Barrett; Milton H. Erikson; Arthur Osborne, Helen M. Luke and others; 228 pages.
Seller Inventory # 10516
Published by Society for Myth and Tradition, New York, 2001
Later printing. 128 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 17955
Published by World Wisdom, 1990
184 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 21641
Published by Morning Light Press, 2009
Condition: Paperback in new condition. Includes 15 essays not published in 'The Taste for Things That Are True', incuding "Some Reflections on What is Specific to Gurdjieff's Teaching"; 228 pages. It would be fitting to say of Henri Tracol, a pupil of G. I. Gurdjieff, that all through his life he called many sides of himself into action toward the "harmonious development" advocated by Gurdjieff. For this reason the talks and interviews he gave over the years are of the greatest help to other seekers of truth, or, as he would say, "aspiring seekers of truth."Whether writing about Gurdjieff or about ancient world traditions, Tracol skillfully draws on a vast knowledge of them as well as of his own and many other cultures. He brings archetypes and heroes close enough for us to begin to see more clearly what they might represent for us. He tells us that help is at hand from sacred sources and understandings, and that we can penetrate closer to the source of the common essence of traditional wisdom.This new, revised, and extended edition of Tracol's book is particularly welcome because it contains pieces translated for the first time into English, and also hitherto unpublished material based on talks from his many visits to the United States, as well as bringing together his remarkable contributions to Parabola magazine.
Seller Inventory # 13451
Publication Date: 2005
As a Young man, Frank Sinclair looked for, and found, the teaching of G.I. Gurdjieff in Cape Town, South Africa, some eight years after Gurdjieff's death. Moved by his first encounter with Gurdjieff''s chief pupil, Madame Jeanne de Salzmann, at Franklin Farms (the old Ouspensky estate at Mendham, New Jersey), he extended his original two-month visit to the United States into a stay that has lasted more than 45 years. In this brief memoir, he describes some of the unusual events surrounding the last days of Madame Ouspensky, his own extraordinary experiences at Mendham, and his subsequent work under the direct influence of Madame de Salzmann. He gives an intimate account of his lifelong search for meaning, his relations with some unusual people--"seekers all"--and concludes with some random inferences about the place of the Work in the world today. A first rate memoir, profound and sensitive, and filled with humble reflections of events and people encountered during his many years within the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York, including in more detail his encounters with Lord Pentland, William Segal, Martin Benson, Thomas Forman. Also includes, stories of his introduction to the Work with Fairfax Hall in South Africa. 277 pages. New cloth bound in dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 10282
Published by World Wisdom, Bloomington, 2005
Condition: Paperback in new condition. In today's secular environment the two worlds of science and spirituality are alien worlds, distinguished primarily by a deep-seated antagonism in which the principles of spirituality and the pragmatism of modern science exist face to face in a perennial state of confrontation. This profoundly learned work searches the borderlands between these two worlds. 216 pages.
Seller Inventory # 12962
Published by World Wisdom, Bloomington, 2006
Condition: Paperback in new condition. A new transaltion with selected letters; Edited by Deborah Casey; 157 pages.
Seller Inventory # 13748
Published by Perennial Books, Middlesex, 1984
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First edition. Translated by Peter N. Townsend; 273 pages.
Seller Inventory # 3171
Published by World Wisdom, Bloomington, 2003
Condition: Paperback in new condition. During the last three years of his life Frithjof Schuon wrote approximately 3,500 short poems in his mother tongue German. These poems, which have been called "metaphysical music," cover every possible aspect of spiritual doctrine, practice and virtue, as well as the role and function of beauty. They express every conceivable subtlety of spiritual and moral counsel - and this is not merely in general terms, but with uncanny intimacy, detail and precision. They express the same unerring sharpness of intellect, profundity, comprehensiveness and compassion which one finds in the range of Schuon's better-known dialectical writings. Original German langauge with English translation on the facing page; Foreword by Annemarie Schimmel; Introduction by William Stoddart; 251 pages.
Seller Inventory # 12958
Published by World Wisdom, Bloomington, 1994
202 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 5904
Published by Oakton, 1998
Condition: Paperback in fine condition. Contents include An interview with Frithjof Schuon by Jean Bies, Saint Bernard by Rene Guenon, Indian Doctrine of Man's Last End by Ananda Coomaraswamy, Man as Demiourgos by A.K. Saran and Anada Coomaraswamy on Mythology by Rama Coomaraswamy; 171 pages.
Seller Inventory # 10338
Published by Sophia Perennis, Ghent, 1995
Condition: Paperback in new condition. Second edition. 229 pages.
Seller Inventory # 10361
Published by Golgonooza, 2003
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First printing. In the wake of our attempt at a rational, scientific civilization, it has been readily assumed that the center of gravity of reality and truth falls within the realm of the physical world. But for the poets discussed in these pages the opposite is the case. For them the center of gravity of the Real and the True decidedly falls within the spiritual world, the ;other', 'hidden' domain which has immemorially been the source of enduring values and meanings. 191 pages.
Seller Inventory # 15308
Published by Sophia Perennis, Ghent, 2001
Condition: Paperback in new condition. Most of us are deeply committed to a cult of change. We believe in the essential beneficence of progress. We deal piecemeal with the frightening range of new problems that increasingly beset our society, but the assumptions underlying the ideology of progress are seldom seriously called into question. It is becoming increasingly urgent that these assumptions be questioned dispassionately and with a real desire to see the truth. 127 pages.
Seller Inventory # 9479
Published by Shrine of Wisdom, Surrey, 1965
First edition rebound in 1992. An original production which sets out the profound truths underlying philosophy, mysticism and religion. 123 pages. Fine condition in a fine dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 10251
Published by Barnes & Noble, New York, 1992
384 pages. Very good condition in a very good dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 18256
Published by Sophia Perennis, Ghent, 2001
Condition: Paperback in new condition. Presents initiation as the transmission, by the appropriate rites of a given tradition, of a 'spiritual influence' which presents the 'beginning' (initium) of the spiritual journey. It is unique in giving a comprehensive account both of the conditions of initiation and of the characteristics of organizations qualified to transmit it. Translated by Henry D. Fohr; Edited by Samuel D. Fohr; 303 pages.
Seller Inventory # 20952
Published by Sophia Perennis, Hillsdale, 2003
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First edition. We have it from Frithjof Shuon and many others that Vedanta appears among explicit doctrines as one of the most direct formulations possible of what makes the very essence of our spiritual reality. This book can be read as a book-length unpacking of that accurate description. 274 pages.
Seller Inventory # 8915
Published by Ansar, Miami, 2016
Condition: Paperback in new condition. 160 pages.
Seller Inventory # 19485
Published by Society for Myth and Tradition, New York, 1981
First printing. 128 pages. Paperback in very good condition with a fews spots on the ront cover.
Seller Inventory # 18079