The Enlightenment Intensive: Dyad Communication As A Tool For Self-realization by Lawrence NoyesThe Enlightenment Intensive: Dyad Communication As A Tool For Self-realization by Lawrence Noyes

The Enlightenment Intensive: Dyad Communication As A Tool For Self-realization

byLawrence Noyes

Paperback | October 12, 1998

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An Enlightenment Intensive offers a distinct method of personal growth. It is not a religion, a branch of Zen or Yoga, or part of any other system. It does not offer any guarantees or promised results. Instead, this "pure practice" offers a place for people to explore the ultimate questions of existence with practical guidance at each step. This book is written for those people seeking a deeper understanding of who and what they really are, and is meant to help readers make an informed decision about whether an Enlightenment Intensive is right for them.
Lawrence Noyes took his first Enlightenment Intensive in 1976, trained extensively with founder Charles Berner until 1986, and has given his own seminars internationally for the past twenty years.
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Title:The Enlightenment Intensive: Dyad Communication As A Tool For Self-realizationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.95 × 6.99 × 0.47 inPublished:October 12, 1998Publisher:North Atlantic BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1883319730

ISBN - 13:9781883319731

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"What happened for me on that first one is that the passion for the truth turned on in me."-Yon Kane recalling his experience as a participant at the first Enlightenment Intensive in 1968"The Enlightenment Intensive is a real breakthrough in the growth of consciousness and compassion in the world. In this book, Lawrence Noyes has made an important and timely contribution to the body of knowledge we have about enlightenment, how to achieve it, and how to live it."-Rita Wyser, educator, Family Therapist