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Publisher's Summary

Have you ever felt that your thoughts, feelings, perceptions, and memories - everything you've known to be you - might be just the surface of something far more expansive? That somehow there might be a way to wake up to an entirely new revelation of the world and of yourself?

In 1977, a young psychotherapist named Stephen Wolinsky left his practice to answer these questions. His search would lead him beyond the roots of modern psychology and the contemplative traditions of the world to India's legendary sage Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. In Waking from the Trance, you are invited to learn what evolved from Wolinsky's quest: a revolutionary new understanding of the nature of consciousness that can help us to see beyond the inner structures that limit our awareness and experience the many dimensions of who we are more fully.

©2002 Stephen Wolinsky (P)2002 Stephen Wolinsky

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Would you listen to Waking from the Trance again? Why?

will probably have to listen to it many times, it is rich with content that will sink in more each time

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If you are on the path or looking for direction, get this. Easily one of the most impactful works in this genre

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waaaaay too much story

very long personal stories made it very difficult to remain interested in the content of this book