World Religions and Spiritual Wisdom

Science and Spirituality: A Quantum Integration

Science and Spirituality: A Quantum Integration

Here the authors have demonstrated not only the long suspected metaphysical unity of science and spirituality but also their cosmological and methodological unity.

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Seat of the Soul, The

Seat of the Soul, The

The values of the soul - harmony, cooperation, sharing, and reverence for life are discussed.  The book posits authentic power  as the alignment of the personality with the soul.

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Silence, Simplicity & Solitude

Silence, Simplicity & Solitude

David A. Cooper traces the paths of the mystics and the practice of spiritual retreat in all the major religious traditions, sharing the common techniques and practices for beginners and advanced meditators alike.

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Speaking of Silence: Christians and Buddhists on the Contemplative Way

Speaking of Silence: Christians and Buddhists on the Contemplative Way

Representatives of Buddhism and Christianity explore the value of prayer and contemplation, attitudes toward God and emptiness, and practical topics such as silence, virtue, compassion, sin, suffering, the self and the ego.

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Spiritual Advice for Buddhists and Christians

Spiritual Advice for Buddhists and Christians

Four talks which express clearly and compassionately the basic principles of Tibetan Buddhism, and shows how they are applicable to daily practice for all spiritual seekers, regardless of their spiritual affiliation.

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Spiritual Athlete, The – A primer for the Inner Life

Spiritual Athlete, The – A primer for the Inner Life

A collection of twenty two essays by various eminent writers portraying the life and works of spiritual giants from the east and west. Compiled and edited by Ray Berry. Selected by the Library of Congress for Talking Books.

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Strength in the Storm: Creating Calm in Difficult Times

Strength in the Storm: Creating Calm in Difficult Times

In the midst of chaos we can find balance, peace and wisdom if we learn to steady our minds.  A simple idea but one that runs deep.

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