Sunday, October 10, 2010

Awakening to the Dream

Leo Hartong

“This book is written with a clarity of perception that is rare to find in the multitude of published outpourings that these days purport to express wisdom “TONY PARSONS, Author of As It Is

For most readers, the author’s realizations will go against their direct experience, a certain indication that Awakening to the Dream contains that which is critical for their most heartfelt need. The bleak realities of life and sense of separation are no match for the outpouring of insights contained in this extremely readable book. The author’s use of “to” rather than “from” in the title is of profound significance to all concerned about what “enlightenment” will mean to their lives.

Author comment: “The text of Awakening to the Dream does not state that improvement of personal circumstances is impossible, but that there is no separate you to do it, When improvements happen, they happen, and if this seems to include personal action and input, then that is what happens. In Awakening to the Dream it is said that there is no ‘you’ having a life, but only life appearing as everything including the pattern identified as ‘you.’”

“I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It could become a classic!”—JERRY KATZ, owner and initiator of the Website Noduality Salon

ISBN 10: 81-89658-05-0; pp. 168; paperback; 6 x 9; Rs. 275 (EI), U.S. $14.95, Canada $19.95, U.K., ₤12.95, Eur. €14.95 (AP)


Market: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Maldives, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.

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