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by Lizelle Reymond
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Hinduism
  • Author:
    Lizelle Reymond
  • ISBN:
    0042910099
  • ISBN13:
    978-0042910093
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  • Publisher:
    Allen & Unwin; 1st ed edition (June 8, 1972)
  • Pages:
    296 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Hinduism
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    1834 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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Beazekelv
Excellent book.
MeGa_NunC
A lot can be said about this book. Still, this is only a talk. Like with true, real insight it is necessary to participate in it personally. One of the few pearls that achieved an incredible balance. Balance between the explanation level based on incredible knowledge and emotional journey to an inner self.
Aver
Excellent book.
Dianalmeena
Reading this book was any eye opener for me. One by one all my assumptions were challenged and destroyed. Very delicately I saw the immensity of surrender and silence. Delicate is the power that whirls galaxies around, delicate is that which opens buds open. What a beautiful teacher of immense patience and surrender this book has been for me!
This book definitely helped me shift focus from my 'external' into the the 'within'. I feel very very thankful that Lizelle shared her experiences with Master with us.
About the writing style I must say that I could not keep this book down until I read the last page. What a gem! What a silent miracle! With none to little advertisement, the sun shines on- be it day or night. About the translation- I could not make out that this book is translated into English from French until much later when I read that online. Very fluent seamless translation.
Cobandis
Lizelle Reymond spent five years in a hermitage in northern India. "To Live within" can be described as a system of ideas that have the energy to penetrate through self-deceptions of intellect and through what we take to be "ordinary" life (the illusion...maya...a matrix...a dream) to realize the Real -- a matter of Perception; of Consciousness.

Reymond writes of struggles, insights, lessons from life -- about the mystical and methods. Just think of the title -- "To live within" -- the title conveys what is contained in this book.

In a world that seems filled with self-help and new age materials of quick-fixes and easy-answers -- this is the Real Deal. This is not a book written to prey on the searching spirits of people who want to be given answers. ... This book is about going on the journey -- "To live within" There are a few books that I find I have to inhabit for quite awhile and return to again and again... this is one of them.

Madame Reymond writes: "Seated around Shri Anirvan one day or another were Hindus, Buddhists, Christians, Moslems -- believers and unbelievers -each one carried by his own discipline, his own effort, his own ideal; each one receiving the food he was in need of. We were learning, day after day, how to live within..."

AND as one of many examples that I value in this book --

"About your personal discipline, you are following the right course. What you get through intuition can never fail you. The whole attitude can be summed up in a short sentence: 'I know it, I feel it, I am it.' Let the powers work deep within you. The pain that results is that of a new birth. If inclination for inner work lessens, do not worry. Creation starts in darkness. Out of nothing, Shakti comes. Let yourself flow with the stream; do not struggle. Not that you will reach the shore; your destination is to become the ocean itself."
Painshade
The reappearance of this out-of-print book by Anirvan/Reymond is perhaps unfortunate, though no doubt inevitable, since it has been used (effectively, for the naive New Ager) for a purpose contrary to its main theme: the relationship of a disciple to a guru, in an Indian context. On that level, who can say. It describes a world of its own. Unfortunately the stray comments of this Indian disciple on Gurdjieff, excessively servile and excessively laudatory, with some completely false promotional passages on the enneagram, Ouspensky, spiritual submission, completely beyond the range of his knowledge and experience, produce a message that can, and has, been used to confuse and lure innocent Westerners into the dangerous exploitations of the bogus fourth way rackets now current. This Anirvan's comments on the enneagram are the usual nonsense, and his musings about Indian gurus, transferred to a deviating sufistic context like that created by Gurdjieff, are highly misleading. The most objectionable and dangerous part of the book is the apologetics for guru domination, to the point of denying the human rights of disciples. This sophistical adherent actually declares that gurus have the right to kill their disciples. At that point, enough's enough, and one must sound the alarm. These gurus are empty will to power types, and have no such rights. There is absolutely no spiritual hierarchy in the gross distortion of meaning produced by these two fawning observers of Indian spirituality, so ignorant of the pickpockets in pseudo-sufism, glad for the free advertising.
Those who are looking into Gurdjieff, confused and nervous about their place in some 'work', should beware of this propaganda for gurus. There is no legitimate basis for guruism, apart form the 'friendship among equals'. These medieval hangover notions of divine gurus and bhakti yogis is complete nonsense transferred to world of 'intelligent devils' like the rogue sufi Gurdjieff. Beware of the whole racket. In fact, this book is a kind of shill for that figure of the last century. Anirvan has a problem with Ouspensky. Not surprising, Ouspensky blew the whistle on what was really going on with Gurdjieff. These interlopers from the Indian tradition should not be used or abused as free legitimation for the sordid slavery tactics of a figure so superficially impressive as Gurdjieff. To those susceptible to the illusions being sold in this book, one should say beware indeed of wolves in sheep's clothing.