Hardcover. Octavo. 216pp. Pale blue cloth with silver title, etc. to spine, b&w frontis. An autobiographical exploration of Sadmadhi, meditation, and the Guru-Chela relationship, by Sadhu (Mieczyslaw Demetriusz Sudowski; 1897-1971), an enigmatic Polish-born mystic and author, who wrote a number of books on various aspects of the Western Hermetic tradition before embracing the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi and Vichara yoga. This is a reprint of a work first published in 1952 as "In Days of Great Peace. Diary Leaves from India". Boards have a few bumps and fading to edges, spine ends and corners bruised and chafed, bookshop sticker front pastedown, page edges darkened, paper toned. Still overall a tight, clean VG copy in Good dust jacket. (Dust jacket chafed and chipped at all edges, with some significant tears, not clipped)
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