By Remez Sasson
Paul Brunton was a British journalist, philosopher, mystic and traveler, who lived in the years 1898 – 1981. Paul Brunton left a journalistic career to live among yogis, mystics, and holy men, and studied a wide variety of Eastern and Western esoteric teachings. He has written many books, one of them being “A Search in Secret India”, where he wrote about his meeting with Sri Ramana Maharshi, the great Indian Sage.
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- Solitude is strength; to depend on the presence of the crowd is weakness. The man who needs a mob to nerve him is much more alone than he imagines.
- Worry is spiritual short sight. Its cure is intelligent faith.
- All thoughts can be traced back to a single thought which rests at the very base of their operations. Can you not see now that the thought of personality, the sense of “I,” is such a basic thought?
- The longing for peace may be kept inside a man for many years, repressed and ignored, but in the end it has to come out.
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