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The Nature of Mysticism

THERE is a saying of the ancient Greeks that Wonders are many and nothing is more wonderful than man and this thought has been worked out in many a philosophy tp reveal to man that the highest elements of manhood are of the nature of God, while the dearest elements of the Godhead are of the nature of man.

Rohit Mehta talks in New Zealand

Rohit Mehta was born on August 3, 1908, at Surat in the family of Hasmanram, a professor of physics at the Elphinstone College, Bombay. He was educated in Bombay, Surat, and Ahmedabad, India. After several years of political activity with Mahatma Gandhi, Mr Mehta became a leader in the Theosophical Society in Adyar. He was a major lecturer and contributed greatly to Theosophical literature.

Juliana Cesano

One of Christianity’s most inspiring saints, Teresa of Avila, brought the experience of having an ecstatic love for God to the world in a most unique way. This passionate mystic’s journey within conveys the path of surrendering the lower to the Higher with clarity and depth. Ahead of her time in the 16th century, neither illness nor the persecution of the Inquisition was able to extinguish the…

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