Meditation on the Imitation of Christ: A Vedantic Interpretation

By Swami Chidakarananda & Sister Jayanti

Religion & spirituality | Paperback, eBook


Meditation on the Imitation of Christ, A Vedantic Interpretation, Offers a unique opportunity to study and understand this classic Christian book (The Imitation of Christ) in the light of the Neo-Vedantic philosophy of the East; enriching and completing the spiritual quest, making it appealing and practical for any spiritual seeker regardless of his or her religion. A commentary on Kempi’s masterpiece, bringing a unifying insight of global value, is something that was never done before by any author. This is a book that enhances all religious traditions and testifies to the perennial and universal values of Love and Truth, while providing practical methods for the manifestation of our spiritual dimension.



Swami Chidakarananda (Robert Delgado) has been a monk of the Ramakrishna Order (founded by Swami Vivekananda) since 1989. Before joining the Order he lived alone as a hermit, in a South American forest, for three years – totally dedicated to the practice of prayer, meditation and study of the scriptures. In 2003 he went to India for a period of two years for further studies in the Training Centre or Seminar of the Ramakrishna Order. Chidakarananda has been deeply interested in the study and practice of spiritual life for over 30 years, particularly studying the lives and teachings of Christian and Hindu saints and mystics. During his entire monastic carrier Swami Chidakarananda has been providing spiritual counsel to devout seekers, writing, translating and giving talks and classes on the scriptures in different parts of the world. He has lived in the Ramakrishna Vedanta Centre of UK, for the last sixteen years, and has recently moved to California to the Ramakrishna Monastery in California, US. Sister Jayanti (Yanina Olmos) is a monastic member of the Vedanta Society of Southern California where she founded the Spanish branch of publications. She has studied and practiced Vedanta since her childhood in Argentina, and has been teaching Vedanta Scriptures in U.S. since 2005. Sister Jayanti had done Ph.D. courses in International Relations in a renowned Jesuit University of Buenos Aires, where she also studied Christian Theology. She is the author of several books and essays dedicated to applying the timeless Vedic wisdom into daily life. Sister Jayanti has represented Vedanta in international events and regularly directs spiritual retreats and delivers lectures in U.S. and South America.


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Swami Chidakarananda (Robert Delgado) has been a monk of the Ramakrishna Order (founded by Swami Vivekananda) since 1989. Before joining the Order he lived alone as a hermit, in a South American forest, for three years – totally dedicated to the practice of prayer, meditation and study of the scriptures. In 2003 he went to India for a period of two years for further studies in the Training Cent...


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