The Dragon Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Loving Fully, Living Freely

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Random House Publishing Group, 1993 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 416 pages
"Very positive and in tune with our needs today."
LEO BUSCAGLIA
Alan Cohen's story is an inspiration. From his roots as an Orthodox Jew, he took a mind-expanding tour of the teachings of Jesus, Ram Dass, Zen, Jung, the Esalen Institute, and Einstein, to name a few. In this extraordinary collection of lyrical, challenging essays, Cohen synthesizes what he has learned from these masters, and shares his journey with all of us. He discusses overcoming limitations, creating fulfilling relationships, tuning into the flow of life, transformation, finding a personal path, and the greatest gift of all, love. Read it straight through, or essay by essay, for daily meditations on the mysteries of God, love, and the spiritual path.

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About the author (1993)

Alan Cohen is the author of many popular inspirational titles, including the bestseller A Deep Breath of Life. He is a contributing writer for the #1 New York Times bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his work has been featured on Oprah.com and in 101 Top Experts. Cohen's books (which have been translated into 24 different languages) and seminars have touched the lives of millions who have found the courage to believe in themselves and follow their dreams.

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