Weavers of wisdom: women of the twentieth century
Throughout history men and women have sought answers to questions about their existence and beyond -- yet most gurus, philosophers and religious leaders have been men. This book documents women's important contributions to mystic philosophy through an examination of fifteen noted mystics including Joanna Macy, Dadi Janki, and Evelyn Underhill.
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