adventures such as meditation and poetry. There are also interior adventures in new ways of relating to others. It is these interior adventures that The Whole Book is about.
Paradoxically, The Whole Book is a “how to” book that doesn’t tell you “how to”. What The Whole Book offers
is the “what must be done and why it must be done”
to have three distinctive interior adventures. All that
you need to understand “what must be done and why” is your own common sense intelligence. As for the “how to”,
you cannot follow another’s path, for then it would not
be your adventure.