The Discourses of Meher Baba by Meher Baba. 300pp. Paperback $6.95 The discourses of Meher Baba are here edited and condensed at Meher Baba's request. A volume of immense inspiration and practicality for those interested in their Real Selves.
A Version by C.D. Deshmukh. 96 pp. Paperback $5.95. Twenty powerful dissertations on the spiritual path, the nature of the soul and the meaning of life.
Life At Its Best by Meher Baba. 73pp. Hardcover $8.00.
Meeting life squarely is the focus of this collection of short discourses from Meher Baba's 1956 tour of the United States
The Path of Love by Meher Baba. 129 pp. Paperback $6.95.
A wide-ranging collection of Meher Baba's words on many topics from the 1953-1987 Awakener magazines.
A new edition presents sixty-five messages by Meher Baba from the early 1960s. The statements appeal to both the curious mind and the thirsty heart, carrying the power of Meher Baba's infinite Consciousness and the perfect simplicity of his divinely loving heart. Among the messages are: The Lover and the Beloved; God is Shy of Strangers; the Pearl Diver; Forgive and Forget.
God Speaks by Meher Baba 374 pp. Supplement, charts, glossary, index. Hardcover $25.00.
The many diffuse concepts of spiritual truth as well as new and detailed thought patterns are clarified and brought together in this monumental work. The book describes the intricate process of reincarnation and the inward journey along the spiritual path as the soul consciously returns to the Oversoul of its origin. It covers "The Planes," States of Divine Consciousness and includes Seven Charts.
Discourses by Meher Baba. 452 pp. 7th Edition. Paperback $15.00. Cloth $25.00.
Meher Baba's Discourses throws the light of true knowledge on many of life's most perplexing problems. Inspiring and practical, the Discourses provides an ever-fresh framework of spiritual perspective on the challenges of everyday life. As Meher Baba stated, "Words that proceded from the Source of Truth have real meaning." The Discourses bears eloquent testimony to that fact and will remain an incomparable companion for those seeking spiritual direction.
The Wayfarers: Meher Baba with the God-Intoxicated by William Donkin. 576 pp. Illus. Hardcover $30.00.
The Wayfarers is the only book of its kind. It chronicles in the finest detail what was a major part of Meher Baba's work during His lifetime: contacting hundreds of those who are called masts in the East, spiritually advanced souls so enthralled with their yearning for union with God that they lose touch with the ordinary world.
Beams from Meher Baba on the Spiritual Panorama by Meher Baba. 88 pp. Hardcover $8.00.
Thirteen dynamic essays given by Meher Baba in response to questions raised by the editors of God Speaks about the inner mechanics of the spiritual journey.
Listen, Humanity by Don Stevens. 262 pp. Paperback $12.95.
A favorite introductory book on Meher Baba for almost 40 years. Includes a lively narrative of a four week sahavas in 1955 and more than 100 pages of messages by Baba.
The Perfect Master: The Early Life of Meher Baba by Charles B. Purdom. 330 pp. Paperback $6.95.
The first biography of Meher Baba published in the West, this 1937 work is finely balanced between Purdom's carefully objective scholarship and the irrepressible excitement of his own discovery of Meher Baba.
Much Silence by Tom and Dorthy Hopkinson. 230 pp. Paperback $7.95.
Intended as a brief but complete introduction to Meher Baba for Westerners, this finely writen biography offers one of the most readable accounts of Meher Baba's life.
Meher Baba, The Compassionate One by Rick Chapman. 116 pp. Paperback $6.95.
A brief overview of the facts of Meher Baba's life with a varied collection of his messages.
It So Happened, Compiled by William LePage. 170 pp. Paperback $5.95.
A delightful variety of short stories about life with Meher Baba, told by some of his closest disciples.
The Ancient One: A Disciple's Memoirs of Meher Baba, Edited by Naosherwan Anzar. 247 pp. Paperback $12.00. Narrated by Eruch Jessawala, one of Meher Baba's close disciples, The Ancient One relates the details of life with Meher Baba over many years.
Conversations With The Awakener by Bal Natu, 124 pp. Paperback, $10.00.
From the pen of Bal Natu, author of the Glimpses series, comes this extraordinarily inspiring collection of internal conversations with the Beloved. Simple and soaring, poignant and funny, these conversations allow us to eavesdrop on an intensely personal relationship between a lover and his God. A huge favorite.
by Mani S. Irani. 160 pp. Paperback $12.00..
Meher Baba was 24 years old when his sister, Mani, was born. God-Brother is Mani Irani's account of her childhood with Meher Baba, when, even at that age, he was the pivot point of her life. Childhood stories they may be, but they carry with them the deeper meanings and understandings that come with Mani's long, close association with the Avatar of the Age. And their innate charm is enhanced by Wodin's freespirited illustrations.
by Mehera J. Irani. Compiled from talks and tape recordings. Illustrated. 317 pp. Hardcover $30.00.
Meher Baba said of Mehera J. Irani, "She is My very breath." Between the pages of this book, in her own words, is all the flavor of that unique love.
Letters from the Mandali, compiled by Jim Mistry. 152 pp. Paperback $7.95.
Behind the well-documented areas of Meher Baba's life is a vast store of correspondence between Him and His followers. Written by seven close disciples, with varying degrees of Meher Baba's participation, the letters in this collection focus on spiritual issues and date from the 1950s to 1981.
Letters from the Mandali, compiled by Jim Mistry. 176 pp. Paperback $7.95.
A series of letters from Meher Baba to Dr. William Donkin in the 1930s and 1940s highlights this second collection of letters, providing a matchless portrait of Meher Baba's relationship with those committed to following Him.
Baba Loved Us Too, by Mehera J. Irani. Illustrated. 172 pp. Paperback $8.95.
These stories of Meher Baba's pets come straight from Mehera's porch at Meherazad--site of the telling of many a tale about the Avatar over the past 20 years. From peacock to pig, dog to deer, Meher Baba's pets wander through these pages with humor and love, evoking sweet memories of the Avatar's household and of the special woman who tells their stories.
Eighty-Two Family Letters to Western Followers of Meher Baba by Mani S. Irani. 376 pp. Paperback $12.00.
Meher Baba's sister and close disciple combines lively language and an observant eye to paint a bright, intimate picture of Meher Baba's activities from 1958 to 1969.
The Best of the Glow: A Fifteen Year Retrospective. Edited by Naosherwan Anzar, 200 pp. Paperback $8.95.
From its inception in 1966, The Glow Magazine has represented an on-going source of interviews, articles and documentaries devoted to Meher Baba.
Three Incredible Weeks with Meher Baba: September 11 - September 30, 1954 by Malcolm Schloss and Charles Purdom. 178 pp. Paperback $7.95
A day-by-day diary account of a unique three-week darshan when twenty Western men were invited by Meher Baba to take part in his daily life.
Because of Love: My Life and Art with Meher Baba by Rano Gayley. 132 pp. 8-1/2 x 11-1/4" Hardcover $25.00.
The intriguing and enigmatic Ten Circles Chart is the focal point of this memoir by one of Meher Baba's early Western disciples. Fully illustrated in color and black and white.
Treasures from the Meher Baba Journals. Compiled and edited by Jane Barry Haynes. 246 pp. Illus. with 30 photographs. Paperback $8.95.
Written by a staff of Indian, American, English, and Russian disciples then living with Meher Baba in India, the Journals were published monthly from 1938 to 1942. Treasures culls the best accounts of Meher Baba's ashram from that period.
A Love So Amazing: Memories of Meher Baba by Bili Eaton. 133 pp. Paperback $8.95.
The unplanned journey to God is the focus of this memoir of meetings with Meher Baba in the 1950s and 1960s. A joyful read.