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Kiloby challenges us spiritual searchers to notice that our endeavors toward awakening, or enlightenment, or perfection, or sainthood, originate from the same source as a Wall... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joyce
As a life-long searcher and self-help junkie, I was skeptical that this book could be "the end of the spiritual search." It truly was. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lullaby
I won't claim to be very much into spiritual searches of any sort, but since we were required to read this as part of a psychology class, I had no choice but to give it a go. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Hugh G. Rection
A must for kindle iBooks as there are so many points to review on a continuing basis. I want to stress and underline for quick reference! Read morePublished 15 months ago by doubledoc
I'm 2/3 into the book and see it as an eye opening, or should I say mind opening experience. The writer brings the meaning of non-dual life down to earth and invites us "to... Read morePublished 16 months ago by emil R Waldmann
The relative story of "me" will preface this review by stating first,that I have read Nisargadatta,Ramana Maharshi, Krishnamurti,Wei Wu Wei,etc... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Yaakov Litman
I've digested hundreds of spiritual/new age books and finally an author comes along bringing my addiction for buying every new book to a peaceful and appropriate end. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Thomas R. Braden
You may have read a lot of books on spiritual growth and enlightenment.
In Scott Kiloby's "Love's Quiet Revolution" he goes right to the point - no ranting. Read more
This book is Mediocre.
Scott Kiloby repeats abstractions constantly... sounds like someone that has read way too much J. Krishnamurti. Read more