Teaching What We Need to Learn: Volume 1 - Buddhist and Integral Teachers

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Most great teachers love to tell stories from their past. These stories help demonstrate how we all can overcome our flaws and foibles. In the online interview series, Teaching What We Need To Learn, I asked more than forty leaders in personal growth and spirituality to go much further.

Together, we explored what was alive and unresolved for ourselves in the present. As a result, listeners got to know some of their favorite teachers like never before. Plus, they experienced a ...

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Overview

Most great teachers love to tell stories from their past. These stories help demonstrate how we all can overcome our flaws and foibles. In the online interview series, Teaching What We Need To Learn, I asked more than forty leaders in personal growth and spirituality to go much further.

Together, we explored what was alive and unresolved for ourselves in the present. As a result, listeners got to know some of their favorite teachers like never before. Plus, they experienced a deep resonance with teachers they encountered for the first time. In this three volume set of transcripts from the series, readers have the same opportunity to experience radical transparency as a whole new way of teaching - and being - for the 21st century.

In fact, all of us are teachers. Our everyday lives are offerings to all the people with whom we come in contact. So let's all teach what we need to learn...and learn what we need to teach...starting now.

Teaching What We Need to Learn: Volume 1 includes transcripts from dialogues conducted by Raphael Cushnir with the following:

Buddhist Teachers: Reggie Ray, Tara Brach, James Baraz, Bikkhuni Pannavati, Susan Kaiser Greenland, Lama Surya Das, Larry Yang.

Integral Teachers: Terry Patten, Diane Musho Hamilton, Thomas Hubl, Sally Kempton, Saniel Bonder, Linda Groves Bonder

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481086691
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/29/2012
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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