Secrets of the Self: A Guide to Living in the Moment

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iUniverse, Jul 22, 2010 - Self-Help - 240 pages
Are you a traveler? When you travel with author Bette Ziegler, you will notice the glory that exists in the universe. Just as a tree grows from a seed, you grow from an idea, a gesture, or a touch. Growth is intrinsic to each moment, life is present in the smallest organism, and love is in the scent of a flower. All is contained in the whole and the whole is contained in an atom smaller than the heart. The heart is where true memory resides. The memory of who you are as opposed to who you think you are and who you think you should be. Put yourself in drive. You have the tools. What is keeping you from making the move? Secrets of the Self is a spiritual self-help book inspired by the great yoga master, Bhagawan Nityananda of India. A blend of western reasoning and eastern philosophy, it is an illumined guide to living in the moment and understanding why things happen the way they do. "Secrets of the Self is powerful, simple and full of sutra-like wisdom. I love it." -Sally Kempton, author and columnist for Yoga Journal

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Are you a traveler? When you travel with author Bette Ziegler, you will notice the glory that exists in the universe. Just as a tree grows from a seed, you grow from an idea, a gesture, or a touch. Growth is intrinsic to each moment, life is present in the smallest organism, and love is in the scent of a flower. All is contained in the whole and the whole is contained in an atom smaller than the heart. The heart is where true memory resides. The memory of who you are as opposed to who you think you are and who you think you should be. Put yourself in drive. You have the tools. What is keeping you from making the move? Secrets of the Self is a spiritual self-help book inspired by the great yoga master, Bhagawan Nityananda of India. A blend of western reasoning and eastern philosophy, it is an illumined guide to living in the moment and understanding why things happen the way they do. ?Secrets of the Self is powerful, simple and full of sutra-like wisdom. I love it.? ?Sally Kempton, author and columnist for Yoga Journal

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