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Nobody Home: From Belief to Clarity

Nobody Home: From Belief to Clarity (Paperback)

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This book can be used as an initiation into a new way of seeing, into the recognition that there is another possibility, which simply transforms everything. There is no guarantee that reading this book is going to bring you new insights or take away your problems, but it will take away several conditionings and belief systems so you finally understand that there is no path to follow to find liberation. Nobody can tell you what to do or where to go. You may discover that your true nature is so much more than you always imagined it to be, and that your awareness is not limited to the function of your brain, but that it goes beyond the limitations of your body and mind. From that discovery, a lot of concepts and beliefs are put in perspective which may bring you peace of mind. You may rediscover infinity in the simplicity of everyday life. And when all illusions are taken away, life may become simpler.

Mind, Body & SpiritPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesPhilosophy TheoryPhilosophy of mind Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group Publication Date: 08/11/2007 ISBN-13: 9780955399992  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Jan Kersschot graduated in medicine from Antwerp University, Belgium. His lifelong quest for the ultimate truth was characterized by his interest in a wisdom which does not exclude anything or anyone. Blending the core of Eastern wisdom with a contemporary Western lifestyle, Jan shows in this collection of extraordinary dialogues how the popular myths about self inquiry and enlightenment can be unmasked. He is the author of the books, Coming Home, Nobody Home and This Is It.

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