Links

Here are some sites that people interested in PB’s approach may also like to check out. They include further reading and resource sites of reviews of PB’s work, personal reflections on PB, groups who study PB’s ideas, and multimedia resources. There are also links to various organizations and individuals whose approach resonates with that of PB’s (and vice-versa). If you find any of these links are broken, please contact us at information@paulbrunton.org

Third parties’ use of Paul Brunton quotes is not necessarily used in the original context.

 

A. Associates and Students and Teachers of PB's Works


1. Associates & Contemporaries

     1.1 Anthony Damiani: Wisdom's Goldenrod Center for Philosophic Studies
     www.wisdomsgoldenrod.com
     PB’s primary student, author of several books (Looking into Mind, Standing in Your Own Way, Living Wisdom, and Astronoesis) that focus
     on the ideas of PB, and founder of Wisdom’s Goldenrod

 

     1.2 His Holiness the Dalai Lama
     The Office of His Holiness the Dalai Lama:
     www.dalailama.com

     Dalai Lama Foundation:
     www.dalailamafoundation.org
     "Established in 2002, with the Dalai Lama's endorsement and advice, by a core founding group including long-time friends of the Dalai Lama
     and members of the Silicon Valley business community...Our main program focus is in the area of education, promoting and developing
     projects and curricula for ethics and peace."

     The Official Website of the Central Tibetan Administration:
     www.tibet.net

     1.3 Larson Publications
     www.larsonpublications.com
     Larson Publications Inc started in 1982 as a North American subsidiary of Sweden's Larsons Förlag.  In 1984 publishing The Notebooks of
     Paul Brunton
as quickly as possible became the company’s focus.  Two years later Larson joined forces with the Paul Brunton Philosophic
     Foundation.  By early 1990 the Notebooks series was complete.  Besides Paul Brunton's books, Larson (as part of PBPF) published works of
     Joseph Campbell, Anthony Damiani, Plotinus (MacKenna translation), Rumi (Ergin translations), Lex Hixon, René Guénon, Louis Lavelle,
     Georg Feuerstein, and a variety of gifted new writers.  In June of 2007, Larson started re-inventing Larson as an independent company. 
     Books by PB and his student Anthony Damiani, as well as books by many others can be purchased through Larson Publications.    

     1.4 Roy Burkhart – Pastor of the First Community Church in Columbus Ohio

     Burkhart was a charismatic, mystical pastor who inspired many individuals in the Columbus PB Group.  He was one of the reasons PB came to
     Columbus. "A Healing Meditation" tells the story of a meeting with PB.

     Article in Springer Link

     Article in Time Magazine

     1.5 Daisetsu Teitaro Suzuki

     http://paulbrunton.org/notebooks/para/19084
     D. T. Suzuki wrote many worthwhile books on Zen Buddhism, largely based upon his own deep experience of that tradition.  Anthony Damiani
     studied with him briefly at Columbia University.


2. Students

     2.1 Micha-El (Dr. Alan Berkowitz)
     http://www.alanberkowitz.com/
     Micha-El has been a student at Wisdom’s Goldenrod for over thirty years where he studied the perennial wisdom traditions with
     Anthony Damiani and where he has taught classes and workshops, served on the Board of Directors, and lived as a resident. He has also
     served as the Chairperson, Secretary, and Director of the PBPF’s Board.Towards the end of Paul Brunton’s life, Micha-El served for a period
     of time as his personal assistant. He is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of drug prevention, social norms, sexual assault
     prevention, and prejudice reduction.

     2.2 Avery Solomon
    
http://averysolomon.com
     Avery Solomon has been a teacher and researcher at Wisdom's Goldenrod Center for Philosophic Studies in Hector NY for thirty years; he gives
     seminars and classes there and in several countries around the world on ancient wisdom and modern spirituality, meditation, and healing.
     (Past series of workshops include: "Dancing with the Cosmos," "Looking into Mind," "The Cosmology of Astrology," and "Healing our Sense of
     Separateness.")

     2.3 Peter Holleran
     http://www.mountainrunnerdoc.com/page/page/1522670.htm
     Peter Holleran was a philosophy major at Cornell before studying with Anthony Damiani in the late 1960's to early 1970's.  He became a 
     disciple of Sant Kirpal Singh and quite unexpectedly had an awakening  experience under his guidance in India in 1973.  Peter has spent
     time  with a number of different teachers since then and has been a student of the great traditions of philosophy and spirituality for
     over forty years.  He writes eclectic articles about PB’s work as well as those of many others, attempting to distill a wealth of different
     teachings into common themes.  He is a chiropractor by profession and is married with three children.

     2.4 Vic Mansfield   (1941-2008)
     www.vicmansfield.com
     Vic attended Dartmouth College and completed graduate studies at Cornell in theoretical astrophysics.  Vic and his wife Elaine were among
     the founding members of Wisdom’s Goldenrod Center for Philosophic Studies, where they were students of Anthony Damiani and were later
     class leaders in their own right.  Vic was a board member for the PBPF in the 1980s and was an award winning professor at Colgate.

     2.5 Barbara Platek
     http://www.paulbrunton.org/rediscoveringpb.php
     Barbara Platek and Steve Soiffer discuss PB in his times as a rising author, his extensive travels, and his key contribution to bridging
     the East and West in their article, "Rediscovering Paul Brunton."  Barbara Platek is a practicing Jungian therapist and author of many
     articles onspiritual topics and about spiritually-minded individuals.

     2.6 Mark Scorelle
    
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Wisdom-l/join
     Mark Scorelle is a lifelong student of spiritual truth.  He spent fifteen years under the tutelage of Anthony Damiani.  Mark is the manager
     of Wisdom-l, a daily inspirational quote mailing list.  He is also the editor of "Advaita The Truth of Non-Duality" and has also facilitated a
     video-satsang group for seven years exploring modern Non-Dual teachers.  He has also published a paper entitled "The Cosmic Vision" on
     the Stillnessspeaks website.  Mark is a retired social worker, married to Dorothy, father of Erik.    

     2.7 Timothy Smith
     http://www.timsmith7.com
     Timothy met Anthony Damiani in 1967, who introduced him to the writings of Paul Brunton, Plotinus, Vedanta, Jung, and Astrology.  In 1979
     Timothy served as PB's secretary, which led to the assignment of co-editing his posthumous works with Paul Randall Cash.  In the early 1990s,
     he visited Sri Shankaracarya in India several times, deepening his relationship to Hinduism, which he now teaches.  Tim has been a
     professional astrologer for over thirty years.

     2.8 Joscelyn Godwin
    
https://sites.google.com/a/colgate.edu/jgodwin/
     Joscelyn Godwin, Professor of Music at Colgate University, is an author, editor, and translator with an emphasis on the Western Esoteric
     Tradition. He met Anthony Damiani while a graduate student at Cornell, and made his first of several visits to PB in 1970. He is the co-
     author with Randall Cash and Timothy Smith of Paul Brunton: Essential Readings.
 

     2.9 Triguerinho
     Triguerinho, a student of a student of Paul Brunton, has become a well known spiritual teacher establishing a number of spiritual centers.
     All of his thousands of students are PB students as well.  He has also been instrumental in the translating and publishing of the
     first three Notebooks of Paul Brunton as well as small books into Portuguese and Spanish.
     http://www.fraterinternacional.org/en/  
     http://www.irdin.org.br   
     http://www.trigueirinho.org.br  


3. Teachers PB Knew

     3.1 Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi
     Official Site
     www.sriramanamaharshi.org
     Information on visiting the ashram, schedules, special events; includes photos

     Arunachala & Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi
     www.arunachala-ramana.org
     "...a non-profit website created for the benefit of those interested in Advaita and the paths to Self-realisation"
     Publications, Photos & Videos, Links, Downloads, Multimedia available for personal use

     Stuart Schwartz, spiritual teacher  
     http://www.satsangwithstuart.com/

     David Godman (on Ramana)
     www.davidgodman.org
     Interviews, stories, and books by David Godman about Sri Ramana

     3.2 Shankaracarya 68th   
     (AKA: Sankaracharya, Sankara)

     The Official Web Site of the Shri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham
     www.kamakoti.org
     "Shri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham was established by Sri Adi Sankara in the year 482 B.C. and has the distinction of an unbroken line of seventy
     Acharyas (spiritual leaders).  On this website, we present you with several aspects of Sanatana Dharma, Hinduism and Advaita Vedanta
     (running into several thousands of pages)."

     Works of Sankaracharya, Advaita Vedanta and Hindu Sacred Scriptures
     www.sankaracharya.org

B. PB Blogs, Forums, Groups, & Posts Referencing PB

 
1. Blogs:

     1.1 Alan Little's Weblog
     http://alanlittle.org/yoga/MysoreDiaryFeb.html#Brunton
     Yoga practitioner and photographer who blogs about reading PB’s A Search in Secret India.

     1.2 Maverick Philosopher: Bill Vallicella
     http://maverickphilosopher.typepad.com/maverick_philosopher/brunton/
     A recovering academician, Bill taught philosophy at various universities in the USA and abroad before abandoning a tenured position to
     live the eremitic life of the independent philosopher in the Sonoran desert.  He draws on PB’s Notebooks for some of his blogs.

     1.3 What Lies Within (Margaret)
     http://dempseym.blogspot.com/2008/04/more-paul-brunton.html
     This blog is a record of all of Margaret’s thoughts, feelings, insights as a record of personal transformation.  She reflects on reading PB’s
     A Search in Secret India.

     1.4 Portuguese PB blog
    
http://diariosobrepaulbrunton.blogspot.com/
    
Excerpts from this website translated into Portuguese, along with photos, excerpts, and other material on Paul Brunton in Portuguese,
     presented as an offering of thanks by one whose life was transformed by reading PB. Readers can sign up for a daily e-mail quote
     from PB's writings along with access to other resources.

     1.5 Andre Doshim Halaw blog
    
https://absolutenothingness.wordpress.com/2014/09/24/the-void-as-metaphysical-fact/
    
Andre has written several books about contemplative practice. Here he discusses PB's "Void as a Metaphysical Fact" from The Notebooks. 

     1.6 Mercedes D'Acosta & Arunachala
     http://arunachalagrace.blogspot.com/2006/06/in-search-of-secret-india.html
     This blog is dedicated to sharing information and experiences of sacred, spiritual Arunachala.


2. Forums:

     2.1 Kundalini Information & Network
     http://kundalini.se/eng/brunton.html
     Martinus Institute; site notes Maritnus’ connection to PB

     2.2 Library Thing
     http://www.librarything.com/author/bruntonpaul
     LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for book lovers.  LibraryThing helps you create a library-quality catalog of books:
     books you own, books you've read, books you'd like to read, books you've lent out... whatever grouping you'd like.


3. Groups:

     3.1 Facebook:
    
http://www.facebook.com/PaulBruntonPhilosophicFoundation (Official Page of the PBPF)

     Friends of Paul Brunton Facebook page Paul Brunton (Public Group)  
     Additional Facebook page Paul Brunton Sage
     Portuguese Facebook page Paul Brunton em Portugues
         A Portuguese Facebook page hosted by a Brazilian student of PB that features quotes, translations from The Notebooks,
         photo's, summaries of important topics in Paul Brunton's opus, and more.
    
Czech Friends of Paul Brunton Facebook page Paul Brunton (Closed Group)  

     3.2 West Coast Paul Brunton Dialogue
    
The group meets every other Sunday via phone or Skype and focuses on the meaning of mentalism.
     Contact Harold Walker, 310-514-8191, harold.walker.2016@gmail.com.


4. Posts & Articles:

     4.1 America

     Ananda:
     http://users.telenet.be/ananda/pb.htm
     This site was created by an astrologer and student of Yoga, who writes about PB’s work, amongst others.

     James R. Acker
     http://www.jamesacker.info/brunton.htm
     James is a former monk/priest of twenty-five years who also teaches in philosophy, ethics, lifestyle changes and new directions in life.
     He reflects on PB’s writing.

     Laurie Conrad:
     http://www.figarobooks.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=630
     Laurie Conrad is a clairvoyant and spiritual healer.  She lives in Ithaca, New York and is also a concert pianist and composer.  Her love for
     all creatures and her wish to help them inspired her first book, The Spiritual Life of Animals and Plants, a collection of true stories, many
     involving miracles.  She gives half of her profits from the book to animal protection organizations.  She studied at Wisdom’s Goldenrod
     with Anthony Damiani.

     Ram Dass
     "Paul Brunton: Featured Teacher" Includes a short video of Ramana Maharshi, Paramahansa Yogananda, and PB.

     SpiritualTeachers.org
     www.spiritualteachers.org/paul_brunton.htm
     This site is the collection of personal experience of one person’s search for a spiritual teacher in various systems and seeks to help others
     who are on a similar search.  The author read some of PB’s books and reflects on their impact.

     The Higher Mysteries (Norman D. Livergood)
     http://www.hermes-press.com/high_myst.htm
     Site created by Norman Livergood, who uses PB’s work in his reflections on The Mysteries.

     Wikipedia Biography in English

     The Wanderling
     http://www.angelfire.com/electronic/awakening101/ZenEnlighten01.html

     http://the-wanderling.com/guides.html
     This is a site that seeks to help spiritual explorers, the simply curious, and others who may be so interested.

     4.2 Australia
     Adyar Online: Alternative and Metaphysical Bookshop on Paul Brunton
     http://www.adyar.com.au/adyar/articles.cfm?article_id=75
     Alternative and Metaphysical bookshop with review of PB’s Notebooks.

     The Intermediate Zone by M. Alan Kazlev
    
http://www.kheper.net/topics/intermediatezone/Intermediate_zone.html
    
Alan Kazlev’s personal website where he defines spiritual terms from various traditions and some context for them.
 
     4.3 Brazil:
    
There is a website for PB in the Portuguese language.

    
Wikipedia Biography in Portuguese

    
A list of PB books available for purchase in Portuguese

     4.4 Czech Republic:
    
There is a Czech Facebook page in Czech and some English.

     And a website for PB in Czech language: http://www.paulbrunton.cz

     (video by Marek T.) Paul Brunton: Meditace na Hadi stezku: www.youtube.com/watch?v=nva34R8rDvQ

     (video by Marek T.) Paul Brunton: Meditace na Slunce: www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6J_oPdhI8U

     (video by Marek T.) Paul Brunton: O Lasce: www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WkKiQm6Jdo

     (video by GoschaTV1) Paul Brunton: Mysticky Zivot: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTzimXG6ml4

     4.5 England
    
"The Meeting of Paul Brunton and Ramana Maharshi Changed the Course of Spiritual Practice in the West"
     An article (edited and adapted) by Christi Cox, Watkins Mind, Body, Spirit, Feb. 2015

     Write Spirit (Sri Chinmoy Centre)
     www.writespirit.net/authors/paul_brunton
     PB is one of the spiritual authors reviewed and highlighted on this site.

     4.6 France:
    
Annie Cahn Fung, "Paul Brunton: A Bridge Between India and the West," a doctoral thesis presented to the Department of Religious
     Anthropology, University of Paris, Sorbonne, 1992
     Paul Brunton: A Bridge, Part 1
     Paul Brunton: A Bridge, Part 2
     Direct comments to the author at acf23@cornell.edu.

     4.7 Greece:
     Mysterious People - Brian Haughton
     www.mysteriouspeople.com/Egyptian_Mystery.htm
     Piece written about PB and his travels in Egypt from A Search in Secret Egypt

     4.8 India:
     Article on Paul Brunton (on bhagavan-ramana.org)
     http://bhagavan-ramana.org/brunton.html
     "…article was first published in the September 1931 monthly magazine called PEACE, the journal of Swami Omkar's Shanti Ashrama in
     Andhra Pradesh.  It was later reprinted in the April, 1966 issue of the Mountain Path.  It describes Paul Brunton's first visit to Sri
     Ramanasramam and one of the dialogues he had with the Maharshi. In this article, his former name "Hurst" was used.  He later adopted
     Paul Brunton as his pen name which he ultimately made his permanent name."

     4.8.2. Ezine Articles:
     Standing in the Spiritual Heart" by Laurie Conrad
     http://Standing in the Spiritual Heart

     "You Now Have Permission to Take a Break" by Bob Garner
     http://You Now Have Permission To Take A Break

     4.9 Sri Lanka

     How the Guru Called Me by Sam Wickramasinghe (Pulikutti )
     http://kataragama.org/sages/ramana_sam.htm
     This is a personal account of Sam’s finding Ramana Maharshi and how he became exposed to PB’s work.

     4.10 Sweden:
     Larsons Forlag
     http://www.larsonforlag.se
     This publisher made PB’s books available in Sweden and was instrumental in supporting Larson Publications' start in the United States. 

     Paul Brunton Stiftelsen (The Swedish Paul Brunton Foundation) coordinates the international internet service www.paulbruntondailynote.se.
     You are welcome to visit the website every day to read—and in some cases also to listen to—a new inspiring note, selected from
     The Notebooks of Paul Brunton.  At present the daily note is posted in 16 different languages, including PB's original English.  The
     service will expand into new language areas when competent translators volunteer. 

     Anna Bornstein:
    
http://www.annabornstein.com

    
www.dreamofthegood.org
     Anna Bornstein, student of PB’s, is well-known in her native Sweden for her project “The Dream of the Good,” which brings meditation
     into the classroom and other groups.  As her essays indicate, Anna is PB’s Swedish translator, and as such was afforded the opportunity
     to meet with him many times in the last decades of his life.

 

C. Reviews of PB's Work


1. Amazon
     Search results for Paul Brunton
     This page goes to the selection Amazon.com has of PB’s work, which can be selected individually to see specific reviews of each book.

 

D. Multimedia

 
1. Paul Brunton

     1.1 Paul Brunton - The Quest – Slideshow (Posted by: ajhandes kanal)
     www.youtube.com/watch?v=gt6OX3CurqU
     Video of images with music and displays of PB paras from The Notebooks

     1.2 Paul Brunton - Elementary Meditation – Slideshow (Posted by: ajhandes kanal)
     www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBRz
     Video of images with music and displays of PB paras from The Notebooks

     1.3 Paul Brunton - Practices for the Quest – Slideshow (Posted by: ajhandes kanal)
     www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Sw4d_9DJJ0
     Video of images with music and displays of PB paras from The Notebooks

     1.4 Paul Brunton - Relax and Retreat – Slideshow (Posted by: ajhandes kanal)
     www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYJ2Hms_diA
     Video of images with music and displays of PB paras from The Notebooks

     1.5 The Way to Use a Philosophic Book Quest – Slideshow (Posted by:
ajhandes kanal)
     www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9pSv-lchQY
     Video of images with music and displays of PB paras from The Notebooks

     1.6 Paul Brunton Quotes - The Source of Wisdom and Power, Love and Beauty – Slideshow (Posted by: Live Today With Passion)
     www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8jsCEtsCiI
     Video image of PB with music and displays of PB paras from The Notebooks

     1.7 Paul Brunton - The Secret Path – (Posted by: Hank Bowman)
     www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDqWnfxKxvNiT8FFe3ruec3w3lHWt18kW
     Reading of the book (11 videos)

     1.8 Reflecting on the Spiritual Teachings of Paul Brunton (Posted by: Mowbray Books)
     www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IB7JkRuH7I
     Interview with Brian Sadler, author of Meaning and Purpose of Life

     1.9 Sages – (Posted by: ghostofzappa)
     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XWizp2SNMs&feature=related
     Slide show of contemporary Philosophers/Sages/Mystics inspired by The Notebooks of Paul Brunton volumes 1-16


2. Ramana

     2.1 Ramana Maharshi, Swami Yogananda, and Paul Brunton (1935)
     Short video of meeting of these three as well as links to other videos on related topics


E. Further Reading & Resources

 
1. Theosophy

     1.1 Blavatsky Net Foundation  
     www.blavatsky.net
     “This site focuses on Madame Blavatsky and her teaching: Theosophy.  It features an introduction to Theosophy, study aids, research
     tools, original text, supporting evidence, membership, and visitor interaction.”

     1.2 Canadian Theosophy Website:
     www.theosophical.ca
     The Canadian Federation of the Theosophical Society, established in 1924

     1.3 Theosophical Society and occult groups:
     www.hermeticgoldendawn.org

     www.ts-adyar.org

     http://theosophical.org
     PB briefly joined the Theosophical Society and attended many gatherings held by the plethora of occult groups active in London in the
     years during and immediately after WWI.

     1.4 Occult bookshops:
     www.theatlantisbookshop.com
     PB ran a bookstore with his pal, Michael Houghton, which failed within months of opening.  During this time, the two friends rented an
     apartment in Tavistock Square—rooms which were fated to house a more successful publishing enterprise a few years later—for it became
     the first home of The Hogarth Press, run by Virginia Woolf and her husband.  In 1922 Houghton opened The Atlantis Bookshop in Bloomsbury,
     which is still in operation today; in 1927 Houghton also wrote The White Brother: an Occult Autobiography under the pen-name Michael
     Juste, which centers on a character named David, loosely based on Brunton.

     www.mandalabooks.com
      "An eclectic selection of wisdom literature - the-cream-of-the-crop covering the entire spectrum of sacred texts and esoterica." 

2. Rosicrucian

     2.1 AMORC
     http://www.rosicrucian.org/home.html
     “Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis, Grand Lodge for the Americas”

     2.2 A Rosicrucian Notebook (Willy Schrodter)
     (on Google Books)
     Book about the Rosicrucian Order that mentions PB


3. Tibetan Literature

     3.1 Snow Lion Publications is now part of Shambhala Publications 
     www.shambhala.com
     "Since its inception in 1980, Snow Lion Publications has had the goal of publishing a complete overview of Tibetan Buddhism and culture.
     Now a part of Shambhala Publications with its youthful management team of enthusiastic Tibetan Buddhists, the Snow Lion mission of
     publishing books from every major tradition of Tibet, including the philosophic tenet systems and practices in both the sutra
     and tantra systems, will continue into the indefinite future.  This is some of the very best literature on Tibetan Buddhism and culture."

 

4. Hinduism

     4.1 Advaita:
     http://www.advaita.org.uk/reading/free_sages.htm
     A site in the UK with recommendations and links about what to read

     4.2 Ramakrishna:
     http://www.ramakrishna.org/index.htm
     Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center of New York homepage

     4.3 Yoga:
     www.traditionalyogastudies.com
     Georg Feuerstein, Ph.D., who has written about PB, is founder-director of the Yoga Research Center and author of many books available
     on this site, including Shambhala Guide to Yoga, Shambhala Encyclopedia of Yoga (both published by Shambhala Publications), and Lucid
     Waking
(Inner Traditions).

     4.4 Yogananda and Ananda Ashrams:
     www.yogananda-srf.org
     A member of the Ohio group had studied and been at the Yogananda center in California before becoming an avid student of PB.

     www.anandaashram.org
     At PB’s suggestion the Ohio group met with an Indian guru, Dr. R. S. Mishra, a neurosurgeon at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. 
     Dr. Mishra later founded Ananda Ashram in Monroe, New York and also wrote a preface to one of PB’s earlier books.


5. Non-dualism

     5.1 Non-duality Press
     http://www.nonduality.com/brunton2.htm
     Reflections on PB, links and more from this site dedicated to Non-Dual ideas and publications
    

F. Miscellaneous


     1.1 Tibetan & Himalayan Digital Library:
    
www.thlib.org
     "The Tibetan and Himalayan Digital Library is an international community using Web-based technologies to integrate diverse knowledge
     about Tibet and the Himalayas for free access from around the world.
     Serving a wide range of communities, we publish multilingual studies, multimedia learning resources, and creative works concerned with
     the area's environments, cultures, and histories. "

 
     1.2 Sacred Destinations:
     http://www.sacred-destinations.com
     "Sacred Destinations  is an ecumenical guide to more than 1,200 sacred sites, holy places, pilgrimage destinations, religious architecture
     and sacred art in 59 countries around the world. In addition to richly illustrated articles, Sacred Destinations has photo galleries with over
     20,000 high-quality images (most taken by the author) plus detailed maps and lots of practical travel information."

     1.3 Theban Mapping Project – Valley of the Kings, Egypt
     http://www.thebanmappingproject.com
     This is an amazing site that documents details of the Valley of the Kings in Egypt—an area that PB mentions in A Search in Secret Egypt; the
     owners of this site gave permission for a photo to be used in the new special edition of the book.

     1.4 Gratefulness.org

     www.gratefulness.org
     “Our international nonprofit organization provides resources for living in the gentle power of gratefulness, which restores courage, reconciles
     relationships, and heals our Earth.”

     1.5 Internet Sacred Texts Archive:
      http://www.sacred-texts.com
     "Welcome to the largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet. The site
     is dedicated to religious tolerance and scholarship, and has the largest readership of any similar site on the web."

     1.6 Findhorn Foundation, Scotland
     http://www.findhorn.org
     “The Findhorn Foundation is a spiritual community, ecovillage and an international centre for holistic education, helping to unfold a new
     human consciousness and create a positive and sustainable future.”

     1.7 Sites related to the region where the PBPF is located
      www.fingerlakes.org
     The Foundation is headquartered in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York, where the original writings and photographs of Paul Brunton
     are housed.  This site has information and images of the area.

     www.cornell.edu
     Cornell University is in the upstate New York region where the PBPF is located.  It is a very special area, and Cornell has a history linked to
     many spiritual people and activities.  For example, His Holiness Shankaracharya, the spiritual head of South India, sent his personal secretary
     T.M.P. Mahadevan to Cornell University in nearby Ithaca to teach Indian philosophy, during which time he also established a large collection
     of Hindu Philosophy books at Olin Library.

     tatfoundation.org
     TAT Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Richard Rose to provide a forum for friendship and the spiritual search.

     1.8  The Voice for Love
     www.thevoiceforlove.com
    
We teach a meditation process for helping people experience the Truth of who they are.  We receive over 60,000 unique visitors each mo.
     We have been teaching this work full-time for the past 10 years.