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Spiritual Atheist: A Quest to Unite Science and Wisdom into a Radical New Life Philosophy to Thrive in the Digital Age

Narrated by: Jonathan Waters
Length: 7 hrs and 50 mins
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For the millions who want to find peace, love, and purpose without religion, Cambridge-educated scientist, wisdom teacher, and leadership expert Nick Jankel sets out a radical new life philosophy that reunites cutting-edge science with timeless spiritual wisdom to help us make better life choices, understand our place in the universe, and transform our life, love, and leadership challenges so we thrive.

"Eye-opening… a nuanced way to expand the views of even a hardened atheist." (Kirkus Reviews)

Spiritual Atheist is a ground-breaking "philosophical memoir" that draws on the author's knowledge of cutting-edge neuroscience, physics, and psychology; his insights into wisdom traditions like Taoism, Kabbalah, Advaita Vedanta, Buddhism, Zen, and Sufism; and twenty years experience leading hundreds of major organizations, and tens of thousands of individuals, to transform themselves.

Unable to find lasting happiness with religion, reason, pills, therapy, partying, wealth, success, or entrepreneurship, the author discovered the life-changing and heart-expanding benefits of "spiritual" enlightenment. But not satisfied with New Age ideology, he spent years meticulously joining the dots between science and spirituality to form a rigorous philosophy for the "spiritual but not religious" who want to flourish in their inner lives, relationships, and careers.

If you trust science, and relish reason, but also sense that your life has purpose, your consciousness is real, and that love is a force for good - all phenomena that conventional atheism denies - then spiritual atheism will help you have it all without dogma or superstition of any kind.

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"Eye-opening… a nuanced way to expand the views of even a hardened atheist." (Kirkus Reviews)

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