By Jean Klein
Ce nouveau livre de Jean Klein présente un ensemble vital d’entretiens, publiés dans l. a. revue Être, qu’il a dirigée de 1973 à 1993. Ils ont european lieu principalement à l’abbaye de Royaumont, à los angeles Sainte Baume, et à Notre Dame du Los, près de hole. Jean Klein dans ces dialogues magnifiques essaye de nous éveiller à los angeles judgment of right and wrong non-duelle derrière les pensées, au silence au-delà des mots, au sans forme au-delà des formes. Très grand connaisseur des traditions spirituelles indiennes, et principalement de l’advaita vedânta, Jean Klein sait avec tact, strength et pédagogie tourner notre recognition vers l’intériorité. Ces mots ont le pouvoir infrequent, comme très peu de maîtres spirituels l’ont european, de pointer vers los angeles paix et los angeles joie en nous-mêmes. De nombreux thèmes sont abordés dans ces entretiens : l’état nonduel, los angeles pensée, l. a. méditation, l. a. nature du je, le silence, l’art, l’advaita vedânta, los angeles moral sense, l. a. nécessité d’un maître, los angeles peur, los angeles joie, los angeles liberté, les émotions , and so forth. Ce livre est un véritable trésor où chacun saura trouver ce qui lui convient pour avancer sur le chemin spirituel avec un des plus grands maîtres du XXe siècle.
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Toward Karna’s Death Taken in isolation and looked at sequentially, these three moments in the life of Karna appear to have little in common, other than that among the fatalities that drive things toward his death, they are the three that have the most to do with Krishna. Nonetheless, they do align the hero toward this end by tracing his afﬁnities and connections in three different spheres: the ﬁrst in the realm of the demonic; the second in the human domain of family and friends; and the third in relation to God.
43a–44a). After unveiling a number of hitherto untold tales,57 Narada closes with words steeped in irony that are nonetheless an elegy. 59 Deprived of those earrings and natural-born armor, he was killed in battle by Vijaya while Vasudeva watched. Because of the curse of the high-souled brahmin Rama, because he granted Kunti’s wish, because of Shatakratu’s60 illusion, because of Bhishma’s contempt while tallying the warriors that he was but half a chariot warrior,61 because of Shalya’s destruction of his tejas, and by the lead62 of Vasudeva, Karna Vaikartana, of brilliance equal to the sun’s, was slain in battle by the Gandiva bowman who had 38 classical source material received divine weapons from Rudra, the king of the gods, Yama, Varuna, Kubera, and Drona, and also the high-souled Kripa.
Vallabha, a contemporary of Chaitanya, is one of the major formulators of bhakti thought, and his followers, with their distinctive red sectarian forehead markings, are today mostly clustered in parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan, and the Gokul area of Braj. The preeminent vernacular text for this lineage is the Chaurasi Vaishnavan ki Varta, which consists of noteworthy episodes in the lives of eighty-four exemplary practitioners of the Pushtimarga. Barz presents us with the account of Kumbhandas, whose down-to-earth, no-nonsense personality has made him an accessible role model to members of the sect, thus providing the volume with one sample of the multifaceted hagiographical traditions that have built up around well-known and less well-known saints devoted to Krishna across the centuries.