Library Ed. Moksha Press 2001
CS ISBN 1883929342 $10.95 One cassettes
Becoming an undivided human being is something this religious writer has been deftly teaching for years. Using mainly Buddhist principles, he explains how ego domination and avoidance of responsibility can hang us up as we go through life trying to make sense of ourselves. His five tenets of enlightenment--clarity of intention, the law of volitionality, the need to face everything and avoid nothing, the truth of impersonality, and the principle of the sake of the whole--are as clear and useful as any such lesson I've heard. When we become enlightened, we will have the same experiences but process them differently--through an integrated self that positions our existence in the world more freely and peacefully. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/ MAR 05]
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