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Length: 285 pages

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  • File Size: 4183 KB
  • Print Length: 285 pages
  • Publisher: Spiritual Traveler Press (November 4, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0088QDN52
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Stefan G. Meyer was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1949. He earned a Masters degree in Near Eastern studies from the University of Michigan in 1979 and a Ph.D. in comparative literature from Rutgers University in 1996. He published a scholarly book on modern Arabic literature (The Experimental Arabic Novel, SUNY Press) in 2000, and since then has published several more books including The Karma Seeker, The Life-Sentence, The Empty Cup, A Life of Rebellion, and Card Chemistry: The Secret Science of Relationships, all available on amazon.com.

His father, Alfred G. Meyer, was a well-known political scientist at the University of Michigan and the author of such books as Marxism: The Unity of Theory and Practice, Leninism, Communism, and The Soviet Political System. His grand uncle, Willi Apel, was a famous musicologist at Indiana University, and the author of The Harvard Dictionary of Music, The Notation of Polyphonic Music, and The History of Keyboard Music to 1700. His uncle, Hajo G. Meyer, was a prominent activist in the Netherlands, and the author of The End of Judaism, Tragisches Schicksal (Tragic Fate), and Judentum, Zionismus, Antisemitismus, und Antizionismus (Judaism, Zionism, Anti-Semitism, and Anti-Zionism). His maternal grandfather, Hans Apel, was chairman of the Economics Department at the University of Bridgeport, and the author of a number of economic studies on topics such as inflated recession and the marginal cost curve.

For more information, go to www.gmeyerbooks.com and www.karma-seeker.com.



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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Carl on April 5, 2013
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Fascinating! I came upon this book rather by accident but when I began reading it I couldn't lay it down. Maybe the searching for spirituality and the conflict with institutional controls, biases and dogmas is similar to my own past searches for similar awareness. It amazed me but does not surprise me how pervasive the idea that an "institutional authority," such as the League (ECKANKAR), or any other so called authority can grab so tightly to our thoughts and minds and freeze us from tearing away from what is tearing us up. It's like we give ourselves away to something knowing full well that the "thing itself" is causing an in-congruence between who we are and what we are supposed to be as dictated by the authority we have subjected ourselves to. And we all do it!!

I love the author's (Stefan Meyer) bravery and honesty and beg to question where he is at now? Did you leave the League? Were/are you ostracized having gone through with publishing the book? Do you still feel the pull of the original founder upon you, etc., etc.?

In any case this was one of those "reads" that pulls you along as (for me) I had to know how this would play itself out. Like I said, "I couldn't lay it down." My compliments to the author for a well written and very compelling true story.

Carl Bozeman

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By Jean on September 11, 2013
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The author writes from a personal view and explains with details his thoughts and uncertainties; I found it takes some effort to read it through; it is his own spiritual search as an Eckist and he evaluate all his actions, feelings and thoughts through this "spiritual" approach; he describes I think about 10 years of his life.
He is candid and I thank him for helping us to see that spiritual development is not always linear.
I believe if you are an introspective kind, you will appreciate this book written from an emotional and spiritual interpretation of Eckankar; as an ex-Eckist (30 years back) who was amazed by the concepts and teachings in Twitchell books which did change my life (along with NDE's like experiences), I could never put the followings Masters (!) on an equal footing as Mr.Twitchell.
For the serious spiritual seeker, I suggest "Confessions of a Good seeker" by Ford Johnston who gives a rational analysis of Eckankar, it's beginning and the reasons he left this group; I believe facts are paramount in spiritual research.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 16, 2013
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I haven't read this yet and it may be awhile, as I have other books to read before this one.
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