What can you do when your spiritual search loses its joy? The answer to this crucial question, according to author Steven Harrison, is simple: Do nothing.
In Doing Nothing, Harrison offers a refreshing new voice for those who have struggled for years with meditation, psychotherapy, and the religious life - only to find themselves no happier than when they began. Through an unfolding of provocative questions and unexpected insights, Harrison shows how he emerged from his own exhausting 25-year quest for enlightenment and encourages us to do the same - not by discarding our spiritual lives but through the simple act of stopping the search and seeing what happens next. As it turns out, Doing Nothing is a surprisingly active experience, says Harrison, for it is only here that we discover who we are and what we are.
Doing Nothing is Steven Harrison's brilliant and challenging inquiry into how you can liberate yourself from a spirituality based on "doing" - and experience a freedom available only in the silence of your own stillness.
©1999 Steven Harrison (P)1999 Steven Harrison
the end of process and endless avoiding
the phycological center will always be strenghtened by spirituality
steven harrison brings clarity to so much that is overlooked in the endless seeking of resolution to phycological pain
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