Urban Mystic, Discovering The Transcendent Through Everyday Life

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When meditation master and author Ken Mellor had a life-changing experience at 13, he had no idea where it would take him. In Urban Mystic: Discovering the transcendent through everyday life, he describes his amazing journey to spiritual awakening.

Mellor's story takes you from Melbourne, Australia to the United States, India, England, Switzerland, and Germany. You'll meet psychotherapists, healers, astrologers, and many others. You will participate in fantastic experiences with...

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Overview

When meditation master and author Ken Mellor had a life-changing experience at 13, he had no idea where it would take him. In Urban Mystic: Discovering the transcendent through everyday life, he describes his amazing journey to spiritual awakening.

Mellor's story takes you from Melbourne, Australia to the United States, India, England, Switzerland, and Germany. You'll meet psychotherapists, healers, astrologers, and many others. You will participate in fantastic experiences with masters of meditation and spiritual enlightenment-a Siddha Master, Tantric Master, Vedic Master, and a "Divine Mother".

Mellor's intriguing and compelling narrative prompts self-discovery, and offers inspiration to dwell in the moment in order to awaken the soul to extraordinary transformations. Your reading will encourage you to embrace living, to cope with life's ups and downs, and to advance your own spiritual awakening. Learn to celebrate how new beginnings, hopes, dreams, successes, mistakes, and challenges are all part of your unique destiny.

"An amazing odyssey from the everyday to the spirit - and back again! - that reads like the true adventure it is. I was glad to be part of it and you will be too."
-Stephen Karcher, prolific author in the fields of comparative mythology, divination, and religious experience.

Author Bio:

Author Ken Mellor is a spiritual mentor and master. With Elizabeth, his wife, he trained intensely with three Indian Masters during a 27 year period; and, in 1984, co-founded Biame Network Inc., a non-profit, educational, spiritually oriented organization with active members and associates in more than 30 countries. He has published numerous works in professional journals, magazines, and online; and has written, co-authored or contributed to sixteen books. He lives with his wife in Australia.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606938232
  • Publisher: Strategic Book Group, LLC
  • Publication date: 7/10/2009
  • Pages: 472
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.95 (d)

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