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Stephen Levine



Stephen Levine (1937–2016) was an American teacher and author whose work explored death and dying, grief and loss, conscious living, and Buddhist wisdom. His many books (some written with his wife, Ondrea Levine) include Who Dies? and A Year to Live.

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This Is Spirituality: Spiritual Medicine and the Mind-Body Connection

What is spirituality? Spirituality is a multi-faceted dimension inherent in every human being. Being in touch with our spirituality can help us heal and understand.

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A Gradual Awakening

In this intelligent, accessible work, acclaimed poet and meditation teacher Stephen Levine introduces readers to meditation.

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Softening the Belly… of Sorrow

We hold our grief hard in the belly. We store fear and disappointment, anger and guilt in our gut. Softening the Belly… of Sorrow Our belly has become fossilized with a long resistance to life and to loss.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageLetting ourselves be forgiven is one of the most difficult healings we will undertake. And one of the most fruitful.

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Healing into Life and Death

A guide to healing meditation, from revered teacher Stephen Levine. Drawing on years of first-hand experience working with the chronically ill, here Levine presents original techniques for working with pain and grief.

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Animal Sutras: Animal Spirit Stories

For Stephen Levine, “animal-people” were his greatest teachers.

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Grist for the Mill: Awakening to Oneness

From Ram Dass, one of America’s most beloved spiritual figures and bestselling author of Be Here Now and Be Love Now, comes this timeless classic about the experience of being and the risks and rewards of our spiritual path.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageDetachment means letting go and nonattachment means simply letting be.

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Turning Toward the Mystery: A Seeker's Journey

In his most intimate book, the world-renowned spiritual teacher shares his inner journey of transformation and wisdom.

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Embracing the Beloved: Relationship as a Path of Awakening

Stephen and Ondrea Levine devoted more than eighteen years to investigating the mind/body relationship, particularly as it relates to the states healing, dying, and grieving. Their work has affected healing and medical practices worldwide.

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