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Julian Johnson - With a Great Master in India

Julian Johnson - With a Great Master in India

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With a Great Master in India by Julian Johnson (1934)

A spiritual classic of the 20th Century, written by an American doctor in 1934, now in the public domain.

Considered a classic of twentieth century spiritual literature, the author explains in thorough detail the scientific method by which the Masters and their disciples enter the temple of the human body and realize the kingdom of heaven within, all the while whilst still living in the human body.

A must read for every spiritual seeker.

With a Great Master in India by Julian Johnson (1934)

A spiritual classic of the 20th Century, written by an American doctor in 1934, now in the public domain.

Considered a classic of twentieth century spiritual literature, the author explains in thorough detail the scientific method by which the Masters and their disciples enter the temple of the human body and realize the kingdom of heaven within, all the while whilst still living in the human body.

A must read for every spiritual seeker.

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With a
GreatMaster 
in India
 
THE HOLY PATH
This Holy Path is not a theory. It isnot a system of beliefs or dogmas.It is not even a religion, althoughit embraces all of the values ofreligion. It is an actual Way, agenuine road to be traveled, involv-ing, of course, certain preparationand training as one goes along. Infact, the word "path" is not altoge-ther appropriate. It is more properlyspeaking "El Camino Real", or theKing's Highway. It belongs to theroyal Masters, and it leads the trav-eler from earth upwards throughkingdom after kingdom, fromcountry to country, each one moresplendid than the other, in anadvancing series until the travelerreaches his final destination, thefeet of the Supreme Lord of all reli-gions. It is a literal, actual highway,over which the Saints and their dis-ciples travel, passing through num-berless and vast regions, stoppingat different stations en route.The passage is really a succes-sion of triumphs, for the disciplesof the Saints are enabled to mastereach region as they enter it, toabsorb its knowledge and powersand become citizens of it. TheSaint is the great captain leadingthe soul from victory to victory. It isa long and difficult passage, butthe Saint has been over it manytimes, and he is Master of it all.He is, in fact, Lord of all the inter-vening regions through which thishighway leads, and before himnumberless multitudes bow downas he passes. This spiritual journeyis, therefore, a long succession oftriumphs, until the traveler reacheshis grand destination.
 
THE AUTHOR
A devout theologian and outstand-ing surgeon, Kentuckyan JulianJohnson was also an ardent flierand distinguished artist. Above all,however, Dr. Johnson was a keenseeker after Truth. At the height ofhis wordly success, he abandonedall his activities except his searchfor Truth; he answered the call ofthe East for the second time in hislife. During his first sojourn inIndia he enthusiastically taught thegospel of Jesus Christ. When hecame for the second time, it was asif the hand of God had picked himup from a remote corner of theworld and was guiding him to thefeet of the Master.He assiduously carried out thespiritual discipline taught by oneof the greatest living Masters andwas soon rewarded. He had thevision of the reality beyond allforms and ceremonies. He learnedthe ancient wisdom which all mes-sengers of God come to preach.He unmistakenly discerned thatthe same essence of spiritualityunderlies all world religions. In anotherwise divided and strifetornworld, he clearly perceived completeunity and calm at the foundation.Dr. Johnson's love for his Masterwas unbounded, his faith implicitand his devotion unflinching. Henever returned to the land of hisbirth after meeting his Preceptorhere in India.

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