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A concise and straightforward overview of the principles of traditional spiritual practice. Subjects include: the role of a teacher, the optimum disposition of a student, the function of community in 'self'-liberation and many other topics of use to seekers and serious students alike.
Real spiritual practice is always a difficult proposition. Men and women who know something of the basics of working on a spiritual path have a huge advantage in establishing a practice and avoiding unnecessary wastes of time and energy.
The Alchemy of Transformation is a concise and straightforward overview of the principles of traditional spiritual practice. Subjects include the role of a teacher, the optimal disposition of a student, the function of community in “self”-liberation and the expression of discipline.
“Lee Lozowick’s work is an individual synthesis of spirituality and psychological house-cleaning not usually provided by traditional teachers and spiritual communities. Seekers will find his book of interest because of its freshness and because of what it makes explicit about working on oneself, relating to a teacher and being in a community.” – Claudio Naranjo, M.D. Gestalt therapist, educator and author of “How to Be” and “Enneatypes in Psychotherapy”
“Lee follows his own path, but we’re likely to meet at some heavenly corner junction. I appreciated his driver’s manual.” – Helen Palmer, teacher and author of “The Enneagram” and “The Enneagram in Love and Work”
“I really appreciate Lee’s message. The world needs to hear his God-talk. It’s insightful and healing.” – John White, author and editor of “What is Enlightenment? – Exploring the Goal of the Spiritual Path”
“I heartily recommend this delightful work. Thank you, Lee, for another fine contribution to the sacred literature. The reader will discover in “The Alchemy of Transformation” the classic themes of authentic spirituality – such as the need for radical honesty, humility, enquiry, service, courage and non-dual devotion to the One Who Alone Is.” – Timothy Conway, Ph.D. author of “Woman of Power and Grace”
"Lee Lozowick lets us all know in this book that he is a true spiritual teacher. He educates the reader to what a true spiritual teacher asks of his students. He takes the confusion out of spiritual practice by writing in clear, concise language. Spiritual practice is shown to be difficult for most seekers. Surrender is difficult for all but a few. The ego dies hard." -- A reader from Amazon.com
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