Infinity in Your Hand: A Guide for the Spiritually Curious

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Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, 1993 - Reference - 248 pages
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You will find in this book both a challenging personal story and a review of the great religious thinking of our time." -- Robert Fulghum, author of All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.
  

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Contents

Whats Real? Quantum theory walking on fire and telekinesis
1
MythMaking and GamePlaying Mistaking the pointing finger
15
The Perennial Philosophy A lump of salt a pan of water
23
4 Mystical Experience And Brahman on the elephants neck
36
The Paths of Devotion and Witness and Action Praise Allah
62
Suffering and Pitfalls No pain no gain No shortcuts either
73
Sex and Spirit When the carnal and the sacred come together
83
Faith Stages and Oxherding Searching for the ox while riding its back
91
The Right Rite Avoiding wutiwuv
144
14 Evil and Misfortune When the cosmic whole is broken
157
The Spiritual Basis for Social Action To change the world I change
169
Holy Ground Treading softly
178
From the Sublime to the Ridiculous The saga of the dung beetle
189
Nature As a Source of Spirit Where the finite and
197
Living With Death Like a swallow in the night
207
Works Consulted
219

Taoism the Natural Spirituality Or the
109
SelfDiscovery Reluctant penguins and the five delusory Ps
118
Better Living through Mysticism After letting go of the banana
131

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