Author: Eknath Easwaran
Translator: Myeong-won Lee
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About This Book
A Journey Through Consciousness
Why am I here? Is there a purpose to my life? What happens when I die? These deep questions are addressed with clear wisdom, vivid images and memorable stories.
"Comforting, reassuring, invigorating . . . . Dialogue with Death is as much a book about the richness of life as it is about the end of living." --The Los Angeles Times
About The Author
Schooled in both Eastern and Western traditions, Eknath Easwaran took to the spiritual life amidst a successful career in India as a professor of English literature, writer and lecturer. He came to the University of California, Berkeley, in 1960 on the Fulbright exchange program and established the Blue Mountain Center of Meditation in Northern California in 1961. His 1968 Berkeley class is believed to be the first accredited course in meditation at any Western university. His deep personal experience and his love for his students have made the ancient art of meditation accessible to those who hold jobs and live active lives among friends and family.
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