I am not often one to read a book twice. However, I have read (or listened to) The Power of Now at least eight or nine times, more times than any other book.. This book was the spark that led me to go deeper into my own spirituality and continues to be foundational for me.
I was expecting the Bhagavad Gita to be even more elusive and hard to understand. It was originally written thousands of years ago in the ancient language of Sanskrit, so of course it its going to be hard to understand. I was so wrong.
This is a translation of the complete Tao Te Ching, a collection of 81 verses written by Lao-tzu, a Chinese prophet roughly 25 centuries ago. In the introduction, Dr. Dyer notes that Tao Te Ching translates to “living and applying the Great Way.”
To be Assertive is to be enlightened! More commentary coming soon….
Recommended by Michael Singer in The Surrender Experiment, this is a handy how to for developing a meditation practice. It is also a chronicle of individuals who have experienced glimpses of enlightenment through meditation. It almost reads like a reality show where the participants compete to find enlightenment.