By Allan Percy
Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) é uma referência espiritual para todas as gerações. Orientalista, escritor iniciático, poeta, romancista, pintor e considerado por milhões de pessoas como um mestre, encontramos na sua extensa obra conselhos de enorme valor para usufruirmos de uma vida simples, sábia e essencial. Allan Percy reúne neste livro o que considera serem os melhores aforismos de Hesse e associa-os a situações com que nos deparamos no nosso dia a dia, originando aquilo a que chama A Cura Espiritual de Siddhartha: um guide unique que conduz os leitores de regresso às origens de um ser humano em harmonia com os outros e consigo mesmo.
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Extra info for A Cura Espiritual de Siddhartha
Can we be clear ? And does that clarity come through searching, through trying to find out what others say, from the highest teacher to the ordinary preacher in a church round the corner ? Have you got to go to somebody to find out ? Yet that is what we are doing, is it not ? We read innumerable books, we attend many meetings and discuss, we join various organizations-trying thereby to find a remedy to the conflict, to the miseries in our lives. Or, if we don't do all that, we think we have found ; that is we say that a particular organization, a particular teacher, a particular book satisfies us ; we have found everything we want in that; and we remain in that, crystallized and enclosed.
If belief, belief is no had accept a we desire to If we the fear. is fear. belief a belief accept to accept desire the desire what would happen to us ? Shouldn't we be very frightened of what might happen ? If we had no pattern of action, based on a belief-either in God, or in communism, or in socialism, or in imperialism, or in some kind of religious formula, some dogma in which we are conditioned-we should feel utterly lost, shouldn't we ? And is not this accept ance of a belief the covering up of that fear-the fear of being really nothing, of being empty ?
It acts as a screen through which we are looking at ourselves. And can we look at ourselves without beliefs ? If we remove those beliefs, the many beliefs that one has, is there anything left to look at ? If we have no beliefs with which the mind has identified itself, then the mind, without identification, is capable of looking at itself as it is-and then, surely, there is the beginning of the understanding of oneself. It is really a very interesting problem, this question of belief and knowledge.
A Cura Espiritual de Siddhartha by Allan Percy