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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 - Whose Game Are You Playing?
Enlightenment - A Glimpse
Why Seek Enlightenment?
Exercise
Chapter 2 - The Night I “GOT IT”
Change Your Beliefs, Change Your Life
The Truth Shall Set You Free
We Can Always Choose How to Respond
We Are Conscious Beings
Chapter 4 - Enlightenment Defined
Chapter 6 - Learning to See For Ourselves
Harnessing the True Power of Enlightenment
Chapter 7 - Enlightenment in Action
Embracing Contradictions and Conflict
Creating Context
Chapter 8 - Discovering Your Own Key
Now What?
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The No Nonsense Guide to Enlightenment

The No Nonsense Guide to Enlightenment

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The No-Nonsense Guide to Enlightenment by Blair Warren. From the intro: “It is my position that enlightenment is not necessarily the elusive mystical experience it has been made out to be. It doesn’t require years of struggle to attain. It doesn’t require that you chant in lotus position at the feet of some guru. And it doesn’t require that you separate yourself from your family and friends, give away all your possessions and move to a compound on the outskirts of town. You may find it through one of these methods, but it isn’t necessary to do so. In fact, enlightenment is available to each of us, wherever we happen to find ourselves and at any given moment, if we know what it is we’re looking for. With that in mind, let me clear up perhaps the biggest misconception about enlightenment right at the start.”
The No-Nonsense Guide to Enlightenment by Blair Warren. From the intro: “It is my position that enlightenment is not necessarily the elusive mystical experience it has been made out to be. It doesn’t require years of struggle to attain. It doesn’t require that you chant in lotus position at the feet of some guru. And it doesn’t require that you separate yourself from your family and friends, give away all your possessions and move to a compound on the outskirts of town. You may find it through one of these methods, but it isn’t necessary to do so. In fact, enlightenment is available to each of us, wherever we happen to find ourselves and at any given moment, if we know what it is we’re looking for. With that in mind, let me clear up perhaps the biggest misconception about enlightenment right at the start.”

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