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The Purpose and Practice of Meditation

The Purpose and Practice of Meditation

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The Purpose and Practice of Meditation, by Swami Dayatmananda, head of the UK Centre of the Ramakrishna Order.
The Purpose and Practice of Meditation, by Swami Dayatmananda, head of the UK Centre of the Ramakrishna Order.

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THE PURPOSE & PRACTICEOF MEDITATION
Transcript of Day Retreat TapesAt HELIANTHOS YOGA UNIONAthens, January 14, 1996With SWAMI DAYATMANANDAHead of the Ramakrishna Vedanta CentreBourne End, England.
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 Vedanta Study CircleAthens, Greece1996-2012
 
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John ManettaBeles 28 (Koukaki),117 41 Athens, GreecePhone [+30] 210 923 4682© 1996-2012 Vedanta Study CircleWebsite:http//:vedanta.gr
 
The Purpose & Practice of Meditation – Swami Dayatmananda
THE PURPOSE & PRACTICE OF MEDITATION
A Day Retreat WithSwami DayatmanandaAt HELIANTHOS YOGA UNIONAthens, January 14, 1996* * *asato-ma sad gamayatamaso-ma jyotir gamayamrityor-ma amritam gamayaOM Shantih Shantih ShantihLord, lead us from the unreal to the real.Lead us from ignorance to illumination.Lead us from death to immortality.OM. Peace, Peace, Peace be unto all* * *Friends,I am very glad to be with you all today and I heartily wel-come you to this one-day programme of meditational retreat.It is very kind of Mrs. Nota to arrange such a beautifulplace where we can all meet. My special thanks also to myfriend John Manetta, and other devotees like Anna, Kathyand other devotees. So, we shall try to discuss today, aboutthe purpose and the practice of meditation.
Introduction
I am sure, that the subject of meditation is not absolutely
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