The Irreducible Primary: A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition

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Rob Taylor, Dec 17, 2019 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 115 pages
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This book is a must-read for those who are serious about spiritual growth. Our claims to a desire for spiritual advancement do not align with the intensity of the current global chaos. With The Irreducible Primary, Rob Taylor unapologetically examines the stagnating relationship between spirituality, nature, and human conduct and the overall impact on human relationships.

The Irreducible Primary challenges to our perspectives on spirituality. Our efforts are not effectively applied to the constructs of human conduct. Rob Taylor surgically guides readers through a deep dive of their inner spaces. The journey reveals the energetic necessity of practicing disciplined mindfulness and meditation activities.

“This is nourishment meant to feed the full adult processing his/her individual spiritual transformation.”

Joel Dennstedt, Reader’s Favorite Book Reviews

Rob Taylor outlines a continuative of cause and effect relationships. Consequently, events are instigated by human thought processes that apply both individually and collectively. The commentary is complemented with original poetry that speaks of the human soul and of our capacity to love and revere each other and nature.

“The well-ordered narrative is so acutely rational and comprehensive that it can be hard to reconcile the logic of his text with the gracefulness of the poems he spins through each chapter.”

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About the author (2019)

Rob Taylor (B.Msc), is a spirituality metaphysicist and a certified spiritual metaphysics coach and counselor. He is a published author and poet, and a California native currently living in Toronto. He has been spiritually active over fifty years and has taken part in and examined nearly every major religion and spiritual methodology. Rob is also an accomplished photographer. He has authored three other books: Scraps, Noesis, and Northern Moons.

Rob’s writings reflect his life experiences, observations, and inner evolution. He shares them as a modern perspective on spirituality and human behavior that draws on his years of metaphysics and spiritual study.

Rob has visited or lived among numerous countries and cultures including the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, England, Scotland, the Netherlands, France, Israel, Belize, and South Africa.

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