Everest-Aspiration

Last modified July 7, 2012

A selection of spiritual talks by Sri Chinmoy from his book Everest-Aspiration. This remarkable collection of spiritual essays will inspire and energise spiritual seekers with their profundity and clarity.

Everest: Loftiest peak of the world’s highest mountain range.
Aspiration: Man’s conscious inner cry to climb up to the Highest. If our human consciousness could ascend to that Everest-height in the world of aspiration, what unimaginable joy we would give to our Creator with our tremendous inner progress!
Everest: The very symbol of the unattainable – a goal that can be reached only by superhuman struggle and determination.
Aspiration: Mankind’s intense longing to reach far beyond the realm of the ordinary and everyday.

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These inspired talks by one who has reached the pinnacle are the best and surest guideposts for others who also want to go upward to the highest, forward to the farthest and inward to the deepest.

They are directed not to the mind, but to the heart and soul of the seeker, with the beauty of poetry, the clarity of prose and the profundity of scripture. And like the very best of all three forms, they are meant to be read and reread, studied, memorised and often recalled, for their immortal message-flowers never fade, but constantly grow and expand, brighten and blossom along the deepening and widening inner awareness of the aspiring reader.

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Artist: Sri Chinmoy
Name: Everest-Aspiration
Release year: 1987
Duration: 00:25:30
Acknowledgements: Sri Chinmoy
Page Created: Ashish Zubaty / Tejvan Pettinger
Format: Advanced Audio Coding

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