The Ways of the Mystic: Seven Paths to God
Joan Borysenko explores the ways in which mysticism can enter into your life. You don't have to climb a mountain or trek through Nepal to experience a mystical moment; what you do have to learn is to be fully present in your everyday life and to open up the extraordinary in the mundane. This book teaches readers how to do this in their lives.
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