By Betty Camhi,Gurubaksh Rai
Born in Denmark, in 1890, Sunyata used to be from start, totally with no wish, ambition and ego. hence, the identify "Sunyata"—and description of "rare-born mystic"—was given to him years later in India by way of the respected sage, Sri Ramana Maharshi.
A lover of silence and solitude, Sunyata remained untouched by means of the typical worldly conditioning that entraps such a lot of. His fateful trips, inspiring friendships, and the religious knowledge shared in those accrued writings, all replicate the soul of an actual seer.
Sunyata's studies and musings are ever appropriate, for they quandary anything that's of price to all—the illumination and liberation of the human spirit.
Adyashanti writes, “Sunyata used to be the rarest of incarnations. A evidently born enlightened being of singular strong point and inventiveness. the tale of his lifestyles is itself a profound non secular educating and a residing instance of the way woke up spirit strikes during the demanding situations of life.”
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