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Dispenza
ISBN: 978-0-7879-8312-3
Paperback
272 pages
July 2006, Jossey-Bass
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A Former Monk Guides You on Your Personal Journey of the Spirit

"Joseph Dispenza and I have much in common. We know monastic life firsthand, and we know Christian theology. When we were very young, something stirred to turn us, toward an unknown spiritual focus; though the forms shifted over the years, the path of seeking is intact. I admire many elements in his story, especially his willingness to pursue intuition in service of his unique spiritual destiny. He takes the spiritual life seriously and yet wears it lightly."
—from the foreword by Thomas Moore

"Dispenza offers a thoughtful, openhearted, profoundly humane vision of authentic spirituality lived outside the walls of conventional religion. He shows how, through honest, persistent seeking, we can open to the direct experience of the sacred, beyond belief."
—Dean Sluyter, author, Cinema Nirvana: Enlightenment Lessons from the Movies

"Every now and then a book nourishes our deepest and often unstated need. For those of us stepping out from organized religion, learning to incarnate the divine and to discern the deeper meaning of all great mystical revelation as sovereign persons, this book is literally a God-send! We are taken on a journey to spiritual freedom and fulfillment as a personal revelation. It's a remarkably good book."
—Barbara Marx Hubbard, president, Foundation for Conscious Evolution

"A piercingly honest look at humanity's weakest condition, belief. In this work, Joseph Dispenza stokes the emotional, intellectual, and spiritual drive within each of us to know God and not surrender ourself to some dogma of belief. An oracle work in which readers will be challenged to know their calling, define their life, and live on purpose."
—David A. Morehouse, David Morehouse Productions

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