Rapt in Awe

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rapt in awe: releasing the inner freak explores strategies for happiness in various worldviews, reaching beyond reason to explore the energetic undercurrents present in our reality. Quantum physics merges with shamanistic traditions, Relativity meets tantric magic, and Zen meditation meets everyday experience in this poetic journey to deeper awareness. The implications of modern science have revitalized the mystical metaphors of our religious ...
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Overview

rapt in awe: releasing the inner freak explores strategies for happiness in various worldviews, reaching beyond reason to explore the energetic undercurrents present in our reality. Quantum physics merges with shamanistic traditions, Relativity meets tantric magic, and Zen meditation meets everyday experience in this poetic journey to deeper awareness. The implications of modern science have revitalized the mystical metaphors of our religious traditions just as we are becoming aware of ourselves as vehicles of a greater cosmic evolution.

The inner freak is part guide, part teacher, and part paradox popping up in our lives. This book demonstrates how self reflection on our experiences teaches us how to live harmoniously with first ourselves and then the outer world. As we learn to identify with our inner freak we can recognize the lessons life has for us as they occur in each moment and evolve with our outer environment. rapt in awe: releasing the inner freak is a do it yourself look at your life with spiritual intention without all the dogma. It is a process that allows you to find your own unique path toward a balanced and blissed selfhood.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552129494
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/17/2003
  • Pages: 138

Meet the Author

Lee White lives in Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada. He works in the mountains with Outward Bound, and travels extensively climbing, skiing, and kayaking. He is the author of the novel and then we dance, inspired by time in Africa.
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