Swami Abhishiktananda (Henri le Saux, 1910-1973) is one of the most intriguing spiritual figures of the twentieth century. A Breton-born monk who moved to India in 1948, he initially hoped to Christianize India along Benedictine lines. Instead his deep encounter with Hindu spirituality, particularly the experience of “non-duality,” led him on an even more challenging and adventurous path, adopting the appearance and life if an Indian holy man. His last years were spent living as a hermit in the Himalayas.
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