Books for Discussion Group
Bhagavad-Gita by Prabhavananda and Isherwood: Very ancient text. The God Krishna explains spiritual reality to Price Arjuna before the battle of Kurukshetra.
The Upanishads by Eknath Easwaran: A collection of 10 ancient manuscripts from individuals whose God was more important than the physical world.
The Nag Hammadi Library in English, general editor James M. Robinson: A collection of ancient gnostic scriptures that were once thought to have been entirely destroyed.
The Secret of the Golden Flower by Wilhelm and Jung: Ancient Chinese esoteric meditation guide explaining energies and energy flows. A bit cryptic.
Tales of Power by Carlos Castaneda: The sorcerer's explanation of the world as told to Carlos Castaneda by Don Juan Matos.
The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot: Discoveries in the realm of quantum physics and how they relate to the world we live in.
Seth Speaks by Jane Roberts: Dictated by a being called Seth who describes himself as a multidimensional personality no longer in human form.
The Seth Material by Jane Roberts: How Jane started channeling, with quotes from Seth and a higher Seth who was involved with creation.
Tao Te Ching by Stephen Mitchell: Teachings of Lao Tzu, ancient Chinese sage, about the art of living and spirituality.
As a Man Thinketh by James Allen: How your thoughts directly affect your life for success and also failure. You create your life.
The Astral Plane by C. W. Leadbeater: Descriptions of the inhabitants of the astral plane, next step up from the physical plane.
The Kybalion by Three Initiates: Ancient Egyptian hermetic explanations of God, the physical world, thought power, and spirit.
The Inner Life by Hazrat Inayat Khan: Three essays on Sufi mysticism.
If you are interested in a discussion group on any book in this section, feel free to let us know.