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This collection of inspirational meditations offers insight into the transformative process leading to finding one’s own unique way to self-discovery, wholeness and enlightened consciousness. Readers include spiritual seekers from all traditions and backgrounds as well as those searching for comfort, support and healing as they face issues surrounding illness, old age, change, loss and death. Reviewers suggest reading a few a day for reflection, keeping it by your bedside and giving it as a gift to those who may benefit from the sparks of wisdom and illuminating insights.
The following is from the introduction: In every person, there is a natural capacity to turn inward and realize the divine essence in oneself and experience the spiritual reality of the world. To ignore the inner world and its demand for psychological wholeness and entering into communion with the living God is to lose contact with our souls, genuine authenticity and true meaning.
May these words, written as meditations, bring you closer to discovering your real self, the divine part which dwells within, your soul, where you are already one with God.
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The God Within is the third book of Harriet Mohr’s trilogy on the inner journey and spiritual quest. She is the author of: Meditations on Self-Discovery and Enlightenment (1991) and What the Soul Teaches (1994).
Harriet Mohr holds a degree, with honors, in the psychology of women and has lectured and led workshops at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology graduate school, DeAnza College and the Graduate Theological Union, Center for Women and Religion. She was selected to be a speaker at the Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago and the annual conferences of the International Transpersonal Psychology Association and the American Psychological Association.
During the 1980’s, Harriet Mohr was an internationally known writer in the field of human development. She co-authored a B. Dalton bestseller, a business book and college sociology text entitled Quality Circles: Changing Images of People at Work (Addison-Wesley 1983). She wrote several articles for publications and was a guest columnist for The Japan Times. In 1985, she made a video documentary in England, showing interviews she conducted with members of the British government, academia and business communities. Harriet Mohr is listed in Who’s Who in the West, 1985-86 and Who’s Who in American Women, 1987-88. She lives in Menlo Park, California.Review:
"What the Soul Teaches" is uncomplicated wisdom at its best. A collection of gems. -- Larry Dossey, M.D. (Author review on Harriet Mohr's previous book)
Clarity and economy of your poetic vision gracefully gift the reader with the space to discover the infinite worlds within. -- Tama Starr (Author review on Harriet Mohr's previous book)
I recommend their spiritual teachings to all readers of all ages and in all walks of life. -- Donald Sandner, M.D. (Author review on Harriet Mohr's previous books)
Simultaneously delightful and profound, her book can profitably (and pleasurably) be read by members of both genders. -- Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.(Author review on Harriet Mohr's previous book)
The most important teaching of all: that the one road to be taken lives within your own heart. -- Jane Hirshfield (Author review on Harriet Mohr's previous book)
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Book Description New Focus Pr, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110962946729