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This book will be appreciated by one who senses or knows presence, whether one is held, or holds, in presence.
I have had inklings of dissatisfaction with the Advaita non-dual teachings because they seem to prefer emptiness to form, and it seems to me that form exists as well.
As both a therapist and a student of non-dual wisdom teachings, I found The Sacred Mirror to be a blessed offering to my own personal and professional explorations.
Fairly well written and edited. Peter seems to draw a coherent dialogue from one writer and "perspective" to another with a reasonably cogent essay by Adyashanti, as well... Read morePublished 10 months ago by anonomous
I bought this book not knowing what to expect, and have been pleasantly surprised. I have had inklings of dissatisfaction with the Advaita non-dual teachings because they seem to... Read morePublished on August 6, 2012 by Be Well
The great value of the Sacred Mirror is eloquently expressed in various in the thoughtful and insightful Amazon reviews that precede mine. Read morePublished on June 12, 2010 by Dharma forever
Dzogchen psychology has arrived... this is the post-CBT-post-DBT-post-ACT psychology. "It is because it isn't." Welcome to the next non-paradigm!
Pavel Somov, Ph.D. Read more
If you're wanting to understand either nondual wisdom or psychotherapy more clearly, read this wise and literate book. Read morePublished on May 5, 2008 by Randall C. Keller
This book is my first contact with non dualism in psychotherapy.
I read a lot of books on modern psychology in the past, but hadn't tapped into the edge of the field in a few... Read more
What a find - a book that explains what is essentially unexplainable! The Sacred Mirror is the "Bible" for any therapist who works from the nondual perspective. Read morePublished on April 3, 2005 by Jonathan Gustin
As both a therapist and a student of non-dual wisdom teachings, I found The Sacred Mirror to be a blessed offering to my own personal and professional explorations. Read morePublished on March 18, 2004 by Marigold