New Lives: 50 Westerners Search for Themselves in Sacred India

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In the pages of this book we are taken on a profound pilgrimage of spiritual discovery. With our guide, Malcolm Tillis, we wander the length and breadth of India in search of other Westerners who, like him, have forsaken their old lives in the West for totally new, dramatically more meaningful ones in the East. By seeing Indian spirituality through the eyes of outsiders who were not born into the ancient culture, but found tremendous personal meaning therein, we discover it new and fresh with each individual Malcolm interviews. Each of these individuals has discovered an enormous spiritual wealth in India that makes the material prosperity and technological ‘advancements’ of the West seem obscenely desolate and primitive in comparison. Contemporary Indian readers should find this particularly relevant, as India becomes more ‘modern’ and on par with the West, and as they find themselves increasingly in a similar position with regard to rediscovering their own heritage.


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New Lives: 50 Westerners Search for Themselves in Sacred India
1st. ed.
Indica Books, 2004
454p., B/W Illustrations 48; 8.5" X 5.5"