1695
and Why We Might Like to Be Someone Else (Catzilla at the Crossroads)

Hohm Press

Pages: 240 pages
Size: Paperback, 6 X 9 inches
ISBN: 978-1-935387-03-9

This book explains who we are and what we’re supposed to be doing here. Smith builds a dynamic and entertaining case for gaining self-understanding (and ultimately self-mastery) through the repetition of the Name of God, silently and with attention, as an antidote to our individual suffering. Remembering our true relationship to life and to God, she says, results from saying the Name of God without ceasing during “the dishwashing and car driving moments of our everyday lives.”

This compilation of short vignettes is linked together within important subject areas of spiritual practice. Several hundred of them make the book useful as a “thought for the day” reference, much like the Course in Miracles.

Who We Are
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