The Journey Home Book

The Journey HomeWithin this extraordinary memoir, Radhanath Swami weaves a colorful tapestry of adventure, mysticism and love. Readers follow Richard Slavin from the suburbs of Chicago to the caves of the Himalayas as he transforms from young seeker to renowned spiritual guide. The Journey Home is an intimate account of the steps to self-awareness and also a penetrating glimpse into the heart of mystic traditions and the challenges that all souls must face on the road to inner harmony and a union with the Divine.

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The Journey Home - Collector Edition

Price: Rs.850.00

Bks IyengarThe Journey Home which is an autobiography of Radhanath Swamiji is a stunning story worth reading…B.K.S Iyengar


Steven RosenTHE JOURNEY HOME IS A SPIRITUAL MEMOIR — the real-life, autobiographical account of an exceptional countercultural youth who leaves America in search of himself…Steven Rosen


sharon GanonTHE JOURNEY HOME provide us with a profound opportunity to enter into presence—to have satsang—with spiritual seekers, saints, and holy beings through reading about their lives. This can cause a transformation of our whole being because we become like the company we keep.Sharon Gannon


Norman JewisonJourney From Malibu to Mumbai Radhanath’s search for enlightenment is a quest that you will never forget…Norman Jewison

Detailed item info
Key Features
Author(s) Radhanath, Radhanath Swami
Publisher Earth Aware Editions
Date of Publication 16/09/2010
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
ISBN-10 1601090560
ISBN-13 9781601090560
Subject Autobiography: General

Publication Data
Place of Publication San Rafael
Country of Publication United States
Imprint Earth Aware Editions
Content Note illustrations

Weight 680 g
Width 155 mm
Height 224 mm
Spine 30 mm

Editorial Details
Format Details Trade paperback (US), Unsewn / adhesive bound

About Radhanath Swami

Radhanath Swami - An AuthorBorn in Chicago in 1950, Radhanath Swami, sets out to wander the world on a spiritual quest. Arriving in India in 1970, he lives the life of a wandering mendicant, travelling both outwardly and inwardly. Within months, his young world is augmented by experience, realization, soul-stirring revelations and near death experiences. He imbibes the teachings of great yogis, monks, and gurus including Swami Sivananda, Swami Rama, Swami Satchitananda, Swami Chidananda, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Ananda Mayi Ma, Neem Karoli Baba, Muktananda, the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa. He meets lepers and Naga Babas, contemplative Buddhists and mystic yogis. Living in Himalayan caves, forests and under trees, he moves through the subcontinent with a thirst for “the truth” that is rarely seen. Fasting and meditating for a month on the Banks of the Ganga in Rishikesh, he hears the celestial sound of mantras emerging from the Holy River.

Each experience brings him closer to the core of India’s mystic teachings and to the divine love he has been seeking. He reveals all in “The Journey Home”, a penetrating account into the heart of a seeker, filled with humor, adventure, wisdom, and inspiration. Perhaps not since, Autobiography of A Yogi, has such a lucid and intricate tale of one man’s revelation of the soul been so wonderfully recounted. As a man of infinite depth and grace, his life story offers all who hear it, an infinite wisdom.


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  1. A must read book for everyone

    By: manish . November 19, 2013 . 7:52 am

  2. Like a child waits for His mother. I was waiting for the book “The Journey Home”, by His Holiness Radhanath Swamiji. And when I got this book, I started reading it feeling the presence of Swamiji in this book,in every page and every word of it.
    This is the beginning of my life and I have a long way to go with you.
    Your Servants servant

    By: Ashis Mahapatra . August 5, 2014 . 5:40 am

  3. Amazing book , once i started reading i could not keep down , these is the Journey of TRUE spiritual Seeker.Adventure,thrill,philosophy,strugule,. wonderfull book one must read.

    By: Nitin Chavan . March 17, 2015 . 8:26 am

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