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The Direct Path
Creating a Personal Journey to the Divine Using the World's Spirtual Traditions
Written by Andrew Harvey

The Direct Path
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Category: Religion - Spirituality
Imprint: Harmony
Format: Trade Paperback
Pub Date: March 2001
Price: $19.00
Can. Price: $21.00
ISBN: 978-0-7679-0300-4 (0-7679-0300-5)
Pages: 304
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In this groundbreaking, eloquently written work, renowned religious scholar Andrew Harvey builds on his twenty-five-year study of the world’s various mystical traditions, from Buddhism to the Kabbalah, to create an illuminating spiritual map which outlines a direct path to the divine without relying on churches, gurus, or other intermediaries.

The Direct Path is an intelligent and beautifully crafted work from one of today's most celebrated and respected spiritual luminaries.



ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 
World-renowned religious scholar and teacher Andrew Harvey is the author of over thirty books, including the critically acclaimed Son of Man and Journey to Ladakh, and coauthor of the best-selling Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. Born in South India in 1952, he studied at Oxford University and became the youngest Fellow ever elected to the prestigious All Soul's College. He has devoted the past twenty-five years of his life to studying the world's various mystical traditions, living in London, Paris, New York, and San Francisco, and teaching at Oxford, Cornell, and The California Institute of Integral Studies. He currently resides in Nevada with his husband, writer and photographer Eryk Hanut.





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