The Creative Life

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Penguin, Aug 25, 2003 - Self-Help - 176 pages
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In The Creative Life, Eric Butterworth brings his spiritual insight to a unique exploration of the creative process. Within every person, he says, is hidden genius to which we give expression through commitment, discipline, and the enthusiasm that works with passion. Powerful and resonating with meaning, The Creative Life is sure to be a classic work of spirituality for years to come.
 

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The Creative Life: 7 Keys to Your Inner Genius

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Butterworth, a Unity minister, has one main premise: that God is in all of us and that all that is creative can be tapped as long as we open ourselves to that Godhead. For his latest book, whose ... Read full review

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In the Beginning God Created
One Mind Divine Mind
A New Seeing of the World
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Eric Butterworth (1916-2003), often referred to as a "Twentieth Century Emerson," is considered a legend and spiritual icon in the Unity Movement. A visionary and an innovator, he originated the Spiritual Therapy Workshops. The author of sixteen bestselling books on metaphysical spirituality, a gifted theologian, philosopher, and lecturer, Butterworth was a highly respected New Age pioneer and innovator of New Thought, whose life was dedicated to helping people to help themselves.

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