Reality and the Truth: Pillar One
By Sensei Yula
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Published: March 15, 2013
Words: 35,000 (approximate)
Written in a casual, conversational manner, this book is meant to be accessible to you, the average person, to help improve your life in meaningful, realistic ways. Once you are able to differentiate between reality and the truth, much suffering from life's changes can be diminished. This will improve your health, make you happier, and strengthen your relationships with those you care about.
The book begins with a description of the theory of reality and the truth. Simply put, reality encompasses all that is subject to change while the truth is that which is permanent and unchangeable. Both are an unavoidable part of our nature. This introductory chapter is followed by commentaries on seven Eastern philosophies: Vedanta, Samkhya, Yoga, Buddhism, Zen, Taoism and Sufism. Each philosophy adds insight into the application and usefulness of the theory of reality and the truth. The book concludes with a series of recommendations that, if applicable and if you choose, you can implement to benefit your overall health, well-being and happiness.
This book is the first of eight pillars. The other pillars will be available soon.
, indian philosophy
, ancient wisdom
, zen meditation
, philosophy of life
, yoga philosophy
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