Spoken words are unnecessary in a circle of elders. Conversation goes on in silent, telepathic communication. If white friends are there, the elders sigh and resort to words, translating, slowly, patiently, out of their symbolic tongues, for they know that even non-Indians, with their dimmed senses, have their places on the Wheel, and that to find one's appointed place and having found it stay there, is the meaning and the purpose of this life.

–The Great Medicine Wheel

 
MATERIAL FOR THOUGHT #6
(Out of Print)


  • Reflections on the Process of Creation
  • The Life of Milarepa
  • The Great Medicine Wheel
  • Letter from Bali
  • Al Hallaj: A Life
  • Koumen
  • Notes on Alchemy - The Cosmological "Yoga" of Medieval Christianity


  • Letters from a Sufi Teacher
    by Shaikh Sharfuddin Maneri
  • Songs and Sayings of Yogaswami
    The Sivathondan Society

 

 



 


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