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“Spritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools For Modern Times”

by Lewis Harrison


Do you believe in God and in living the spiritual life?
When you are asked about your faith do you usually respond, “I’m spiritual, not religious”?
Do you believe that you are unlikely to have your spiritual needs met through the clergy and rites, rituals, ceremonies, churches, temples, and mosques associated with organized religion and formal religious practice?

If you said yes to these questions then “Spiritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools for Modern Times” is the spiritual guidebook you have been seeking.

“Spiritual, Not Religious” is not opposed to formal religious [practice, in fact it offers ideas and tools that can enrich your authentic connection to a formal faith. No matter what your beliefs, the ideas and practices presented here can be invaluable in helping you to create joy and a grounded sense of spirituality in your life. If you enjoy the writings of J. Krishnamurti, Ram Dass, Suzuki Roshi, Milton Erickson, or Lao Tsu then you will find the ideas presented in this book to be both enlivening and spiritually fulfilling. More than anything “Spiritual, Not Religious” will give you the tools to create your own spiritual and wisdom practice; a practice motivated by love, spiritual clarity, emotional balance, and genuine happiness.

200 Pages PDF



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