Handbook to Higher Consciousness, Volume 495

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Living Love Center, 1975 - Psychology - 211 pages
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This perennial bestseller is more popular than ever and has helped countless people experience dramatic changes in their lives from the time they begin applying the simple, effective techniques.

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The book has some really good ideas - nothing really new as far as standard enlightment goes but it does a nice job of connecting concepts with basic psychology. The one gripe I have with this book is ... Read full review

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This little gem of a book brings some of Taoism and Buddhism into a western framework. Ken Keyes views suffering being the result of "emotionally backed demands" which he labels "addictions. The book ... Read full review


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About the author (1975)

Ken Keyes, Jr. (1921-1995) wa one of the most dynamic, beloved, and respected philosophers of New Age thought. A quadriplegic confined to a wheelchair from the age of 25, Mr. Keyes was also a highly successful businessman before leaving the corporated world in 1972 to teach the principles of Living Love. A pioneer of the personal growth, self-help field, he wrote 15 books, including his most renowned work, the worldwide bestseller" Handbook to Higher Consciousness."

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