[[ BOOKS ]] ✪ Instinct for Freedom: Finding Liberation Through Living Author Alan Clements – Rvtrek.info

Buddhist Teacher Alan Clements Was The First Westerner To Become A Buddhist Monk In Burma, Where He Lived For Ten Years After 30 Years Of Teaching, This Is Clements First Book Of Spiritual Material Through His Extraordinary Story, He Presents An Approach To Spiritual Development He Calls Liberation Through Living Clements Gives Voice To An Essential Spirituality That Can Be Common To All People, Regardless Of Their Religious Background. Instinct for Freedom: Finding Liberation Through Living


About the Author: Alan Clements

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10 thoughts on “Instinct for Freedom: Finding Liberation Through Living

  1. says:

    Found this one floating around Hyde Park Book store If reading a book in a day and half tells you anything than this is a good read It s an interesting mix between the struggle for political freedom and the struggle for individual freedom, with the former often pulling people into solitary confinement, days and years of rock hammering work, which leads to cellular isolation, where each and every part of your being s


  2. says:

    I found some of the anecdotes in this book very interesting and page turning, however by the middle of the book I found his style of writing vague and that he was repeating himself a lot By the end of the book I wasn t even entirely sure of ...


  3. says:

    Really really enjoyed this book, and it maintains in my favourite book section in the bookshelf Alan Clements writes so eloquently and his story and wisdom is deeply inspiring and moving It reminds us that the art of spiritu...


  4. says:

    One man s journey to enlightenment Essential message living life is best way to reach enlightenment for most people.


  5. says:

    This book is about Freedom not the ability to sit on a beach any time you want but the recognition that you have that ability.


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