1 | Karma Yoga: The Yoga of Action
2 | Hatha Yoga: The Yoga of the Body
3 | Bhakti Yoga: The Yoga of Devotion
4 | Inana Yoga: The Yoga of Wisdom
5 | Raja Yoga: The Royal Path
ISBN: 0-89314-122-4 | 5-cassette audio album
By Edward Moor, F.R.S. & Preface by Manly P. Hall
The first and most complete exposition of the religious iconography of India, this indispensable reference work was written in 1810 and aptly conveys the spirit of East Indian myths, legends, fables, and the intricate symbolism which distinguishes the Eastern mind. Here the great Indian classics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, are revealed as epic works of wisdom literature. A must for students of philosophy and comparative religion, and collectors of Asiatic art, this is ranks as one of the most complete works on theology and philosophical beliefs of the Hindus. A photographic facsimile of the original 1810 edition, this folio sized work contains 451 pages of text, 105 pages of engravings and line-art, with a detailed index.
ISBN: 0-89314-409-6 | Hardback. 571pp
1 | The Sthula Sharira: The Physical Body
2 | The Living Sharira: The Etheric and Vital Bodies
3 | The Kamaru Pa: The Emotional Nature
4 | The Rupa and Arupa Manas
5 | The Buddhic Sheath
ISBN: 0-89314-152-6 | 5-cassette audio album
This short article draws the mystic meaning of the words of Krishna from the Mahabarata, relating how this story will help us master the problems of everyday life.
ISBN: 0-89314-869-5 | Pamphlet. 12pp
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Originally published in Overland Montlhy (1929), during the first decade of Manly Hall’s writing and teaching career; it was later reprinted in the 1958 omnibus edition “Collected Writings, Vol.1 – Early Works.”
Based largely upon his travels around the world in 1923-1924, this essay is a “travelogue” of curious and esoteric practices of mysterious Asia, including: Holy Men in India; the Gobi Desert; Sorcery of Tibet; Burma’s Shwe Dagon Pagoda; Jaipur’s Astronomical Observatory; the Parsee Towers of Silence in Bombay; and the magic of Far Eastern conjurors and magicians.
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An illustrated description of the seven spinal chakras and the science of regeneration.
ISBN: 0-89314-383-9 | Pamphlet. 53pp
This is the story of the holy or mystic life in India, told through the guise of a disciple reminiscing upon many years of association with his beloved Hindu teacher. Through a narrative blend of actual incidents in the lives of several disciples, Mr. Hall personally knew many wise teachers upon whom the principal characters of the story were modeled. Here the Hindu way of life is made comprehensible to Western minds, so that great truths can be learned in the simple and beautiful way they are taught in India.
ISBN: 0-89314-509-2 | Hardback. 142pp
Adepts in the Eastern Esoteric Tradition, Part 1
In this illustrated work, the first in a series on the Adepts in the Eastern Esoteric Tradition, Mr. Hall discusses the Hindu tradition, the Bhagavad-Gita, and the six systems of Indian Philosophy, from the Rishis of Old Aryavata, the first Aryan Adepts, to the teachings which the East honors today as the Light of the Vedas. Also explained is the station of enlightened human beings — the Adepts. Referenced throughout the literature of numerous religious traditions, they are custodians of the essential wisdom of the world.
ISBN: 0-89314-530-0 | Paperback. 110pp
By Dean Brown, Ph.D.
This translation by late Dean Brown, Ph.D., one of the original core faculty at the University of Philosophical Research, brings the “language of the gods” into modern vernacular, using the latest scholarly and scientific concepts to give you access to this wellspring of human thought. The Upanishads are the most fundamental expressions of religious and philosophical thought in the East.
ISBN: 0-89314-485-8 | Paperback. 330pp