El bambú y el olivo

€11.80
VAT included

Writing is a skin that you saw us: for minutes we are another who speaks of us and for us feels that time is running out. But when the feeling of sadness or joy appears, then the writing ends and the skin is torn. Riding between philosophy and mysticism, East and West, poetry and metaphysical prose, this subtle text of high lyricism shuns classifications too narrow and is part of a tradition of works of a universal nature that are nothing but a search for the ineffable in the depths of writing as such.

Quantity
  Stock

An endless number of manifest or allusive references weaves a warp that joins the fragments, as a palimpsest cultural: we hear a unique voice in a shrewd and self-absorbed soliloquy, which at the same time echoes a murmur of other inescapable voices - mystics, philosophers, scholars of culture, poets, artists, filmmakers ... Juan de la Cruz, Master Eckhart , Ramon Llull, Nietzsche, María Zambrano, Mircea Eliade, Juan-Eduardo Cirlot, Ruusbroeck, Schiele, Lars von Trier ...- and in the silences the epiphany of the inaudible becomes imminent. fragment ajar doors that lead to paths of thought that are renewed with each reading, which always remain incognito, whose term is still unfathomable. They invite the reader to get lost and find themselves in the labyrinth of these meditations as veiled as revealing.

Product Details

ElBambuyElOlivo

Quick Compare

Product
Maya y el Yoga La Maia i el ioga Qué es la realidad Compasión y no violencia
Availability
Price
€5.95
€5.95
€8.00
€9.00
Description

Un cuento para acercar el yoga a los más pequeños. El libro incluye un desplegable final dirigido a los padres con explicaciones sobre cómo hacer los ejercicios, así como los beneficios de cada uno de ellos.

A bestseller with a new story to bring yoga closer to the younger ones.

In addition, the book includes a final drop-down aimed at parents with explanations on how to do the exercises, as well as the benefits of each one.

Autor: Alan Watts

Editorial: Editorial Kairós

Páginas: 116

ISBN: 9788472453630

No features to compare