Origin and Development of Early Indian Contemplative Practices

Author: Edward Fitzpatrick Crangle
No of Pages: 327
Year of Publication: 1994
File Size: 18 MB
Permission: Sourced from A Handful of Leaves Library (www.ahandfulofleaves.org/library).
Blurb: Early Indian contemplative practices has had scholarly research and debate. The Vedic technique of realising of a vision (dhi), Upanisadic worship-meditation (upasana), and Buddhist techniques of mindfulness (satipatthana), are varied techniques, covered here by contemplative practices.
Notes: Bibliography. Hindu & Buddhist meditation comparison.