Perfect Brilliant Stillness

  • by David Carse
  • Narrated by Terence Stamp
  • 12 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The legendary British actor Terence Stamp reads the book that he says 'changed his life'. This is an exploration of our existence and a journey towards enlightenment.
In what the author calls 'the fine print' at the start of the book, David Carse wrote: 'There are many books out there that will help you to live a better life, become a better person, and evolve and grow to realise your potential as a spiritual being. This is not one of them...almost every popular spiritual teacher in America and Europe is teaching that ultimate spiritual enlightenment...can now be yours; and that reading their book or attending their seminar will help you toward that end. This book will tell you that these ideas are absurd, because it's quite obvious that neither you nor anything else has ever existed....' He then concludes, 'That said, enjoy'. We think you probably will.

More

See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

No words for this

Most sincere seekers i have come across over the years well gnash their teeth st this book and angrily dismiss it as 'neo-advaitist' nonsense, urging that you should read x,y and z spiritual master instead. For me,i see no need to add anything else to my already not inconsiderable pile. I will no doubt read more, but i am almost certain that although i may broaden my knowledge by doing so, i can never increase my understanding any further than this book has taken me. It flings the door wide open and beckons you to the threshold. There may be works out there which can bring you to the same place but i have not found them. For me, all words end here, at the beginning of silence.
Read full review

- tarquino

Beautiful book narrated by Terence Stamp

What did you like most about Perfect Brilliant Stillness?

The utter simplicity and truth of it.


What other book might you compare Perfect Brilliant Stillness to, and why?

There is no other book that compares in quality to this book.


What about Terence Stamp’s performance did you like?

Terence Stamp gives the book a wonderful authenticity. You can see and hear very quickly that Mr Stamp is very passionate about this book and it shows in his wonderful performance.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The whole book is one long wonderful moment :)


Any additional comments?

Highly recommended version especially with Terrence Stamps passionate input.

Read full review

- Alistair

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-12-2015
  • Publisher: silksoundbooks Limited