Self and Soul table of contents

Foreword (by Joseph Dispenza)
The paradox of loss
The story stops
The dark ages
Days of discontent
Metaphysical fear
Colors of consciousness
The gloaming
In a cave
10,000 flowers
Choosing whom to believe
Proverbial knives still cut
The sounds of silence
A single voice of love
Accepting supernal help
Saints actually do march in
The sorrowlands
Snake fingers
Beauty and the self
When fragments wander
The fullness of the self
In praise of endurance
A life of value
Shedding grandeur
House outside, house inside
The daily harvest
Stories come and stories go
Letting go
In Fallingwater
About the Author

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