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Transmission of the Flame
​Jean Klein

Edited by Emma Edwards

A new edition of this sought-after book. 


"Dialogues between Jean Klein and his students and friends, during seminars in the United States and Europe, form the text of this illuminating book. In many different settings and circumstances, Jean Klein casts and re-casts the teaching of Advaita, addressing each individual in his or her own uniqueness, while at the same time demonstrating the oneness of being. These far-reaching exchanges—exploring almost every aspect of self-knowledge—show that it is only through living fully in “not knowing” that we can awaken to our real nature: the “I AM” of pure consciousness.


In addition, Jean Klein discusses for the first time his early life, his meetings with his teacher in India, and the moment of his awakening. The result is an inspiring prologue that not only gives us an intimate look at this remarkable teacher and the discoveries he made in his search for truth, but also makes clear the immediate accessibility of these discoveries to every earnest seeker."


About the Author

Jean Klein, master of Advaita Vedanta in the tradition of Ramana Maharshi and Atmananda Krishna Menon and author of many books on non-dualism, spent several years in India going deeply into the subjects of Advaita and Yoga. In 1955 the truth of non-dualism became a living reality. From 1960 he taught in Europe and later in the United States.

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5.5" x 8.5 ", p. 300,  Isbn: 978-1-9162903-2-7


In this beautiful book, Jean Klein takes us beyond lineages, beyond techniques, and beyond our self-image to the underlying reality of global consciousness and being.


Until its publication, little was known publicly about Jean Klein’s history and awakening. This book, however, includes a fascinating prologue in which he discusses certain key events of his life, including some meetings with his teacher in India

—Dennis Lewis

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