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Identity & spiritual life

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David Wolpe on Leadership, Religion, and Identity | Conversations with Tyler

Named one of the most influential Jewish thinkers of our time, Rabbi David Wolpe joins Tyler in a conversation on flawed leaders, Jewish identity in the modern world, the many portrayals of David, what’s missing in rabbinical training, playing chess on the Sabbath, Srugim, Hasidic philosophy,...

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Deep Is the Hunger

Meditations by Howard Thurman on timeless religious themes: A Sense of History, A Sense of Self, A Sense of Presence, and For the Quiet. Originally written for the bulletin at the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples in San Francisco.

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No Excuses

There are no obstacles, just opportunities. Take them now.

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Going on Being: Buddhism and the Way of Change

The bestselling author of Going to Pieces Without Falling Apart combines a memoir of his own journey as a student of Buddhism and psychology with a powerful message about how cultivating true self-awareness and adopting a Buddhist understanding of change can free the mind.

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The 9 Stages of Spiritual Self-Realization

Self-realization is one of those phrases that we hear on the spiritual path that goes in one ear and out the other. We don’t give it much thought, yet it’s at the very heart of EVERYTHING.

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The Diamond Approach: An Introduction to the Teachings of A. H. Almaas

A revised and expanded edition of the definitive guide to the Diamond Approach, the modern contemplative practice that integrates psychology and spirituality and emphasizes the importance of self-inquiry.

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The Pearl Beyond Price—Integration of Personality Into Being: An Object Relations Approach (Vol. 2)

In this book Almaas demonstrates that healthy ego development is part of the continuum of spiritual development. He also establishes the possibility of attaining inner realization and developing our essential being—“the pearl beyond price”—in the context of living a normal human life.

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