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You're Trying Too Hard: Discover the Surprising Truth about Self Realization (The Direct Path to Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind and the Real Meaning of Spiritual Awakening and Inner Peace) Kindle Edition
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This book is for you if:
You have read countless books on 'enlightenment', including works of Eckart Tolle, Ramana Maharshi, etc., and you are wondering why the world hasn't disappeared into swirls of light yet.
You are apt to wax lyrical about your 'spiritual experience', and how your self has turned into your Self, and you run around shouting 'I am all this', but really you know not much has changed.
You read the Tao and listen to Alan Watts and think they are beautiful, but wonder what practical use they have.
For Joey there is only one noun (this) and one verb (be). 'This is' your Lott :-)
This read is refreshing, challenging, and very well written in short chapters.
I recommend this to anyone who has been diligently studying and practicing spiritual teachings, not to challenge them, but your perception of them.
If straight-talk from a humble, gentle, and honest ordinary human being is what you're after, Joey Lott is one fine example.
Thank you Joey for your honesty, sharing your life, and passion. You've touched my life and I'm very grateful!
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It feels somewhat like a condescending ramble.