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Nothing, 2nd Edition

Jim Sloman

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ISBN 10: 1886779155 / ISBN 13: 9781886779150
Published by OceanBlue Publishing, 1999
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Title: Nothing, 2nd Edition

Publisher: OceanBlue Publishing

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 2.

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What is our true nature? And how do we access it? How do we glimpse it? A facial mirror will do for our face, but what about the mind itself?

Nothing is a mind-mirror which holds up a glass to the mind so that we can begin to observe it. And in that looking, an opening can occur in which life is seen as inherently gracious and rewarding.

In Nothing, investigative writer Jim Sloman takes us on a journey through the mind and the context in which it resides. In the process, he clearly and precisely demystifies the essence of the mind so that our true nature can be revealed. He skillfully and playfully uses stories, quotes and fables from many different paths and traditions to assist in uncovering our inherently bright, warm and loving nature.

In reading Nothing the eye is pleased as well as the soul through simple, beautiful and elegant illustrations by the noted artist Tonia Weeks. Nothing was awarded the Design Award of the Printers of the Carolinas.

About the Author:

James M. Sloman is an investigative writer whose subject is the human condition. He has sought understanding from a wide range of great teachers past and present, famous and obscure, and traditions ranging from India to the kitchen table.

Originally trained in philosophy at Princeton and with an MFA in film from Columbia, he draws from experience in an eclectic career which has included being a copywriter, assistant editor and computer programmer in New York, a novelist in rural Massachusetts, a trader in Chicago and a market theorist in San Diego.

In addition to presenting occasional courses on theories of financial markets, Sloman has spent over two decades teaching seminars and workshops on spirituality, consciousness in everyday life, diet and nutrition, finding our true calling in life, and accessing our inner guidance.

In addition to Nothing, Sloman is the author of the books Handbook for Humans, The Natural Way, Song of Existence, A Global Vision and The State of the World.

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