The Treasure House: Discovering Enlightenment Exactly Where You Are
Mike Kewley shares his experience of seeking and how he found that awakening or enlightenment is here, in the everyday things of life. Mike fell in love with the ordinary. Ordinary life, he reveals, is the real miracle, not fireworks and crazy ecstasies, nor the oceans of calm (but lifeless) detachment…
Painting the Sidewalk with Water: Talks and Dialogs about Nonduality 2023 Edition
A reissue – by New Sarum Press – of this classic book with a newly written Preface for 2023.
These lively talks and dialogs are about seeing through the illusion of separation and waking up to the boundless wholeness that is all there is. They take on perennial questions such as: Who am I? Is there a way out of personal and global suffering? Can we choose to stop addictive and destructive patterns? What does it mean to be awake? What is enlightenment? Does waking up take effort, vigilance and practice, or is it effortlessly and unavoidably always already the case? What happens when we die?
Earth Prayers : 365 Prayers, Poems, and Invocations from Around the World“An exquisite and powerful harvest, this – truly a Book of Common Prayer for our planet’s people in this time.” ~ JOANNA MACY, author of ‘Despair and Personal Power in the Nuclear Age’ Text & Image: From the Amazon page of the book....
The Book of Listening
This book is a compilation of Volumes 1 – 10 of Jean Klein´s journal Listening, published by the Jean Klein Foundation on a limited basis between 1989-1995.
Each volume of The Book of Listening is arranged around a theme, for example, Love and Marriage, The Guru and Disciple, and includes a previously unpublished private discussion or a transcription of a public talk with Jean Klein. Listening also includes one question answered in depth (Your Question) and a brief description of Jean’s unique approach to the role of the body in his teaching. For each volume Jean selected an extract from his own favorite literature and poetry, covering many ages and cultures, which complemented the depth and richness of his own expression.