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Who are we? What is our place in this vast and ever-evolving universe? Where do science and spirituality meet?

If you’ve pondered these questions, you’re not alone. Join some of the most spiritually curious and renowned minds of our time for an exploration into the mystery of being. From founders of the Science and Nonduality (SAND) conference, Maurizio and Zaya Benazzo, On the Mystery of Being brings together an array of visionary spiritual leaders, psychologists, philosophers, scientists, teachers, authors, and healers to celebrate and explore what it means to be human.

This beautifully arranged collection of essays and insights highlight topics on the convergence of spirituality and science, weaving scientific theory and spiritual wisdom from some of the most influential thinkers of our time - including Deepak Chopra, Rupert Spira, Adyashanti, and many more - with pieces that get straight to the heart of the matter.

As a powerful antidote to our chaotic and materialist modern world, this dazzling volume offers timeless wisdom and new insight into humanity’s age-old questions. On the Mystery of Being also reveals the cutting-edge explorations at the intersection of science and spirituality today. May it encourage your spirit, challenge your mind, and deepen your understanding of our interconnectedness.

©2019 Zaya Benazzo and Maurizio Benazzo (P)2019 Reveal Press

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  • 10-07-20

Dreadful narration

Unfortunately the disembodied voice ruined it for me. I was unable to finish it sadly.

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  • 08-01-20

Masterfully Done!

I recently purchased and listened to this audiobook and I feel compelled to say that this is an audiobook worth getting, taking the time to listen to, and letting others know about.

Not only is the subject matter well written, stimulating, challenging, and thought provoking (at a minimum), but I found the narrator's (Sara Sheckells) treatment and delivery of it to be masterful. In my opinion, not only does she capture the essence of the messages of multiple authors, but narrates them with the nuance and emotion they intended. I found that as I listened to the book, I forgot that I was listening to a narrator and felt I was getting the meaning and substance of it direct from the sources.

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  • A.A.
  • 28-05-20

wow

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  • 05-03-20

So very insightful and comprehensive

I just love this book ing audio format. I have been waiting for the audio book version for several years.
And I was impressed most by the integral nature of the varied and unified contents and contributors
I loved Deepak Chopra's intro Foreward and Michael Singer's Afterward. They unified the entire diverse content.
I hope to see more of these from the author with such a variety of contributors.
Very good science and psychology and cosmology.
Bravo!