Invitation to Silence

Jean Klein was a musicologist and medical doctor originally from Central Europe. From an early age he had the inner conviction that there was a "principle" independent of all forms of learning. The exploration of this led him, in the early 1950s, to spend several years in India studying Advaita (non-dualism) and yoga. From 1960 he started teaching in Europe and later in the United States.

The teaching is a direct approach pointing straight to our real nature. It is not concerned with progression, mental activity, spiritual achievement or any form of striving. On the contrary, it is about a profound letting go. It takes us directly to what is beyond the mind, to inner stillness and peace beyond the psychological, to infinite expansion, to pure love, in other words, to being what we fundamentally are.

The short quotations in this book portray Jean Klein's teaching over a wide variety of subjects.

The one established in silence lives in constant offering, in prayer without asking, in thankfulness, in continual love.

Liberation does not concern the person, for liberation is freedom from the person.


ISBN: 978-1-7397249-9-3

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