Who Am I and Why Am I Here?

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Don Lubov, 2009 - Philosophy - 208 pages
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"Who Am I and Why Am I Here?" -- Zen, Spirituality and Enlightenment is Don's Zen text. It is a guidebook tailored to the new-comer to things spiritual. It is written for those new to the search for their spiritual roots. It provides answers to 26 frequently-asked questions on spirituality. In a series of discourses Zen's power to help you focus on the present and reach your potential as a human being is highlighted. You are encouraged to be the best you can be. Peace replaces conflict. the need to judge diminishes and the ego gives way to love and compassion. Zen means meditation, which becomes a natural, informal part of your daily routine. This leads to living spontaneously, in the present...an atmosphere that encourages transcendence and enlightenment. It is time to realize that we willingly enrolled in this "school of hard knocks" in the world of duality and to awaken as to how to graduate from school. "Who Am I and Why Am I Here?" is here to help.

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Don Lubov belongs to The Writers Bloc of Summerfield, Fl and The Florida Writers Association of Lady Lake, FL. He has been involved with Zen and enlightenment since his awakening in August of 1971. He teaches classes in Zen, Spirituality and Enlightenment. His book: "Who Am I and Why Am I Here?" is his third Zen book and the text for his classes. He also writes poetry which has been published and teaches courses in pencil drawing. He taught classes in art and New Age Architecture for 12 years and 39 as a full-time artist. He has lectured on Zen in New York and Florida. Don's Six-Step Path to Enlightenment is as follows: OBSERVE yourself without judgment. FORGIVE yourself and others. ACCEPT what you observe. LOVE yourself unconditionally. AWAKEN from your dream. CELEBRATE life forever.

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