When Are You Coming Home?: A Personal Guide to Soul Transcendence

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Mandeville Press, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 272 pages
Inspired by the concept of the prodigal son and based on the author's experiences, this is a unique and intimate story of spiritual awakening. Although largely biographical, it contains elements of an adventure story that follows the exploration of a universal divine essence and a greater reality of spirit. Both simple and profound, it conveys with disarming candidness the immediacy of the soul. This book will prove invaluable to those who are looking for life's deeper meaning in the face of modern challenges, and individuals who are searching for a greater spiritual understanding of the human experience. Included are a chart of the inner realms of the spirit and a CD audio tour of the reflective process. Includes CD.

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About the author (2004)

\John-Roger, DSS, founded the nondenominational Church of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness in 1968. In the late 1970s he established Network of Wisdoms Productions, which has recorded over 6,000 of his seminars. He also produces his nationally shown cable TV show, That Which Is, and appears regularly on Larry King Live and Politically Incorrect. He is the chancellor and founder of the University of Santa Monica and the president of the Peace Theological Seminary and College of Philosophy. He lives in Los Angeles. Pauli Sanderson, DSS, is a teacher and counselor who has studied clinical psychology and spiritual science. She lives in Southern California and British Columbia.

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