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This grounding of Western teachings, and of and follow a similar Western teachings, follow it it With with a similar grounding of grounding _Eastern teachings as best available books on Eastern teachings as revealed in the revealed in the best available books on the the sul'jcct. After that I would try the practices. The first half of I that would After the of first half try practices. subject returned to the program was was simple the program to school, school, simple enough. merely returned enough.