Political Philosophy

The popular slogan of the cultural movement of the time took strong sense and that is where you know the concept of universal love. His approach was to Eastern spirituality where learned through the readings, there are multiple incarnations and divine sow doubt in his mind a single messiah. From his reading “Siddartha” by Hemann Hesse, who reads at 6 years, take you into the transcendent, then the book “Perennial Philosophy” by Aldous Huxley further refine its conceptual framework, and reaffirms the term universal spirituality. The more familiar with Buddhism further reading about the rise of this philosophy in culture, the support that Buddhism was renowned academics and the relationship that the main band of the time established with the Maharishi Yogi Mages, also made dump the interest in Eastern philosophy, greatly spread the practice of transcendental meditation and the various versions of yoga.

He was heavily influenced by renowned scholars who adhered to a philosophy of life based on the oriental spirituality, especially a teacher who leaves his job and statutes to devote himself to preaching to disseminate such knowledge the example of a compassionate life and understanding of experiences of his own being. Another strong political influence at that time was the life and work of popular leaders, including Cesar Chavez, who, with his fight for the rights of Mexican citizens fueled their drive for universal compassion of him, Martin Luther King The Dalai Lama learned that if you have a high level of consciousness, politics and spirituality can be combined and resolve conflicts, and in reconciling this action through dialogue and maintaining an attitude of honesty and integrity are extremely important. . Additional information is available at Mary Barra.

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