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Essential Mysticism by T.Collins Logan

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Essential Mysticism
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Publisher: Integral Lifework Center
ISBN/ASIN: 0977033600
ISBN-13: 9780977033607
Number of pages: 100

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Essential Mysticism is a concise overview of mystical theory and practice, distilling elements common to all mystical traditions into a unified, straightforward methodology. By outlining four core disciplines and emphasizing the goals of spiritual evolution and accountability to a higher Self, Essential Mysticism helps make life-enriching encounters with mystical realities both accessible and practical.

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