Mostly A Mystic: Reflections on a Spiritual (But Not Religious) Life D. Patrick Miller

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Published: December 14th 2014

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Mostly A Mystic: Reflections on a Spiritual (But Not Religious) Life  by  D. Patrick Miller

Mostly A Mystic: Reflections on a Spiritual (But Not Religious) Life by D. Patrick Miller
December 14th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: | 9.61 Mb

a constantly touching and insightful memoir... — from the Foreword by JACOB NEEDLEMANTwenty-five years in the making, the spiritual memoir of Fearless Books founder D. Patrick Miller is now available in print. MOSTLY A MYSTIC: Reflections on aMorea constantly touching and insightful memoir... — from the Foreword by JACOB NEEDLEMANTwenty-five years in the making, the spiritual memoir of Fearless Books founder D. Patrick Miller is now available in print. MOSTLY A MYSTIC: Reflections on a Spiritual (But Not Religious) Life tells the story of how a young investigative reporter transformed into a modern mystic.

Along the way, he has played a significant role in furthering the public awareness and understanding of A Course in Miracles (ACIM) as both a spiritual journalist and an independent publisher.I had to confess long ago that Im mostly a mystic, says the author, mainly because I am so often mystified. Chronicling a childhood marked by an emotionally disturbed family life and a young adulthood transformed by a seven-year illness and spiritual crisis, Miller tells a story that will reverberate powerfully with readers who have faced their own challenges in a spiritual but not religious age of rapid and tumultuous change.

The book features a Foreword by the authors long-time mentor, philosopher Jacob Needleman.A collection of autobiographical essays published over 25 years in such magazines as Yoga Journal and The Sun, plus new writing, MOSTLY A MYSTIC explores astral projection, disillusionment with gurus, growing up with a bipolar parent, surviving and thriving after a serious illness, the meanings of home and homelessness, ending ones religion, the expense of not selling out, and what its like to study and practice A Course in Miracles over the long haul... as well as a lot more. For anyone who has contemplated the progress and significance of their own unconventional spiritual path, MOSTLY A MYSTIC will provide a wealth of reassurance and information confirming that you are not alone.



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