Deep Change: Befriending the Unknown

Deep Change: Befriending the Unknown

by Susan P. Plummer Ph.D.


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Seven Shifts of Transformation

Many of us are being called into Deep Change, a call that is felt in the midst of our everyday lives. It is both a collective and an individual calling. We long for the numinous, for a greater connection with life, to feel more alive and more meaningfully engaged. This book explores the Seven Shifts of Deep Change, taking us beyond merely rearranging the design of our lives, to change the way we experience our self and our world. We connect with deeper currents that originate from within and from beyond ourselves; it is here that we realize our essential self even as we are becoming part of a greater community, one where we are valued for being our most essential self. This book is about embracing our true heritage of compassion, connection, freedom and belonging.

"This is an important book at a critical time in the life of our society, providing crucial insights as it deals with the paradoxes of gaining the world but losing its soul."
-Richard Tarnas,author, The Passion of the Western World

"A profound work of discovery... originality and insight shine through. This book will be a huge consolation and encouragement to our search for light."
-John O'Donohue, author, Anam Cara

"This remarkable look at profound transformation shines new light on the deeper sources of personal breakthroughs. A must-read for anyone committed to a path of personal and spiritual development."
-Hal Zina Bennett, author of The Lens of Perception

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781456485962
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/23/2011
Pages: 214
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Susan Plummer, PhD has been a psychotherapist in private practice for the past 25 years in northern California, as well as the director of a hospice agency. She has a life-long interest in transformation, both for individuals and communities. She presently lives in Santa Barbara, California where she is the executive director of the Alliance for Living and Dying Well.

Susan is available for presentations, lectures and workshops. Contact her at:

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