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Discussion in 'The Bookshelf' started by tiger bloom, Jan 16, 2012.
Philosophy & spirituality?
Try the major ones. Bible, koron, ect
Better Never To Have Been: The harm of coming into existence
^Sounds like a real winner!^
"Food of the Gods" Terence McKenna
"Doors of Perception" Aldous Huxley
Those are some of my favorites. This one was probably one of the most life-changing books, but people would probably have a hard time finishing it because it takes about 6-7 chapters to start getting really interesting...
"The Cosmic Serpent" by Jeremy Narby
Any book by " Thich Nhat Hanh "
or " The way of the peacful warrior " by Dan millman
Changed my life...... put me on a path that is truly spiritual. After years of pretending to be an athiest. good luck
Unless you are willing to logically analyze the necessity of your own existence you are not a philosopher. We threw away the ego and were going hardcore
Tibetan Book of the Dead (I think the real name is Bardo Thadol (sp?)).
The Upanishads, they're full of ideas you'll encounter in other spiritual practices and they're just plain beautiful, especially considering their age; a great example of the range of human thought.
the power of now by eckhart tolle
God is not great - christopher hitchens
be here now
siddartha by herman hesse.
....and then you got all the scriptures, the bible, the torah, the q'ran, the bhagavad gita, etc
Tao Te Ching
^This is the tao to study the Tao.
My sig is a slightly abridged version of Chapter 57 of Stephen Mitchell's translation of Tao Te Ching.
YOU ARE HERE: Discovering the Magic of the Present Moment, by Thich Nhat Hanh, edited by Melvin McLeod, translated by Sherab Chodzin Kohn
A great man and Teacher
For something more cerebral..lol
Everyday Consciousness and Primordial Awareness