Lost Masters by Linda Johnsen
Sages of Ancient Greece

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Rediscover the long-forgotten spiritual masters of Egypt and Europe. Johnsen, a leading author on Eastern spirituality, reveals how some of the most famous Greek thinkers – including Plato, Pythagoras, and Plutarch – understood the importance of harmony between mind and body, and practiced ancient yogic techniques, including meditation and vegetarianism. This book brings to light long-neglected historical accounts by the ancient Greeks themselves describing their pilgrimages to India and their encounters with enlightened masters of the East.

About Linda Johnsen

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Linda Johnsen is a long-time student of religious philosophy and spirituality and an initiate in the Shaktavaita Tradition. She holds degrees in Eastern and Western Psychology, and has post-graduate training in theology and Sanskrit. She has traveled to India and lived with women saints. She is a writer for several spiritual magazines and a contributor to several anthologies, including The Divine Mosaic: Women's Images of the Sacred Other. Linda is also author of Yes Publishers' Daughters of the Goddess: Women Saints of India, which received Midwest Business Association award for "Best New Age Book of the Year," The Living Goddess: Reclaiming the Tradition of the Mother of the Universe, and A Thousand Suns. Linda resides in California.
Published September 17, 2009 by Himalayan Institute Press. 235 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, History, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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