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by Andrea Lomas,Joseph Chilton Pearce,Thom Hartmann

Thom Hartmann’s own dramatic spiritual journey that illuminates specific techniques for achieving spiritual transformation• Recounts travels to the farthest corners of the earth in pursuit of universal spiritual truths• Reveals the teachings of Hartmann’s spiritual guides, providing an intimate glimpse into his relationship with German mystic Herr Müller• Offers practices and techniques for readers seeking to grow spirituallyIn the course of his work for the charitable organization Salem, Thom Hartmann personally witnessed famine in Uganda, chaos in Russia, and genocide in Colombia--all signs that modern cultures have lost the connection to the sacred, both within and without, that was emblematic of older cultures. To truly flourish, the human spirit needs to be present in its surroundings and attuned to the Now. It needs to act on what it knows is possible and to experience how the smallest actions can have massive consequences. This is the reality of the Prophet’s Way, a path--both literal and figurative--that the author walked with his spiritual mentor Herr Müller that skirts the edge of the precipice, where one can experience a truly spontaneous life under seemingly overwhelming and impossible circumstances.In The Prophet’s Way, Thom Hartmann shares his intense spiritual journey, a story that melds recent discoveries in science with ancient truths. Through insightful and engaging vignettes Hartmann teaches that accepting the challenge to have faith means living on the edge--remaining in the moment--because it is here where the material and spiritual worlds meet. He offers readers a unique view into his experiences of expanded consciousness, providing a powerful example of how we can re-create our future by reconnecting to the sacred heartbeat of the world.
Download The Prophet's Way: A Guide to Living in the Now epub
ISBN: 0892811986
ISBN13: 978-0892811984
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Personal Transformation
Author: Andrea Lomas,Joseph Chilton Pearce,Thom Hartmann
Language: English
Publisher: Park Street Press; Revised edition (June 17, 2004)
Pages: 336 pages
ePUB size: 1129 kb
FB2 size: 1515 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 353
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The Prophet's Way affirms in a very positive way that one person can make a difference -- and that miracles are at the end of your fingertips. This is not your typical new age personal re-invention story. Spiritual more than "religious", Hartmann's work shows what is really meant by the kingdom of Heaven being within, and how miracles are already all around us, if we but have the eyes to see them and the courage to bring them to life. If you're one who is inspired by the Sermon OnThe Mount, if you believe in the way of compassion and service, you will be blown away by the courageous story of Hartmann's growth in spirituality and the personal as well as world-affecting miracles that can occur when one simply takes up one's mat and follows Him. You will find a new and more pertinent understanding of what it means to be reborn.
I think that this book will stay with me for a long time, if not a lifetime. As gruelingly difficult as some of the stories were to read, one needs to be made aware of a problem in order to address it.We all need to see and interact with our world with eyes and hearts bravely and courageously held wide open in order to be, and stay, inspired - to do "the right thing". This book has already changed my life for the better, and,I am sure, will continue to do so for a long time to come. Thank you, Thom, for a book that so much needed to be written!!! Beverley Bright Star, author of 'Familial Integrity - We Are One Family, the Family of Humanity'.
I think I get what Thom is saying, but at times I was lost as to the implications of this "way" of living one's life. But maybe it's because my thinking actually interferes with being truly "conscious," as Thom describes this matter. In any case, I recommend this book to anyone as a challenging and engaging book that will help you explore important concepts in self, spiritual, and cultural awareness.
The Prophet's Way is a first class spiritual journey, but one in which Thom Hartmann doesn't always provide you with a clean, comfy, air-conditioned cabin. You'll be taken on treks through southern India, South America, and Jerusalem. Be prepared to hang onto your seat.

The rest of the book is an engaging story of his spiritual journey with his teachers and mentors. Be prepared for this book to lift you up to where you can get a very clear view of what the Kingdom of Heaven means.
It's truly inspiring to read about Thom Hartman's experiences and the people he met along the way. I still feel like the book is more about his experiences with religious work as opposed to any kind of "guide to living in the now." Some of the ideas are hard to take in, personally, but I guess each reader will look at it differently.
The humble author takes the readers for a wonderful journey into spirituality and enlightenment. The gist of the book is that small acts to mercy can and do change the world. Even a seemingly insignificant change as picking up a lost earthworm in wee hours of the morning so that it does not get trampled upon later during the day, can ignite a spark and change the world for good. My life has been forever touched and my spiritual eyes have been opened. I have moved over to the other side, so as to speak, the side of more spiritual and less material. Two other unforgettable books by Mr Hartmann, The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight and Unequal Protection. Get them, read them, distribute among friends and loved ones.
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Have read Hartnann on social policy, politics for years, felt his spirituality in his readings, but this Prophet's Way really is wonderful, giving background to his journey, very inspiring.
We listen to Thom Hartmann every day over the internet. We learn something new every day and his books enhance the message greatly. This gave a very personal insight into his philosopy on life.