The Mandala of Being: Discovering the Power of Awareness

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Many people obstruct their innate potential through repeated patterns of emotional struggle and suffering. This practical, hands-on guide explains why and how people habitually fall into this trap and provides a program, easily incorporated into everyday life, that frees them from this destructive behavior. Using a simple mandala, the book illustrates the four places humans go when they feel threatened, uncomfortable, or aren’t fully centered or grounded in the present moment. Like a trail of pebbles left behind on a hike, it helps trace the path back to the authentic self. Drawing on his three decades of teaching consciousness, Richard Moss plays the role of wise shepherd, accompanying and encouraging the reader on a journey toward the genius within and away from fear and other limitations. Most importantly, he offers an always-available compass that directs readers back to the true self, and into the magic of the present moment.

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"Richard Moss is one of the most important teachers of transformational knowledge."
-- Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love and The Gift of Change

"In this very elegant book, Dr. Richard Moss offers practical suggestions and techniques to find that presence within you that allows you to know yourself as a limitless awareness. I have admired Dr. Moss's work for many years and highly recommend The Mandala of Being."
-- Deepak Chopra, author of Life After Death

"The Mandala of Being reminds us that inherent in being human are the forces that distract who we really are from the calm of who we can be. Richard Moss's formula for coming back to the present is a process we can all achieve."
-- Anthony Robbins

"This is an important, deeply powerful, and simply magnificent book. What can be awakened, seen, and experienced here can save your true life and the life of our planetary family. I highly recommend reading it, now."
-- Brooke Medicine Eagle, author of Buffalo Woman Come Singing and The Last Ghost Dance

"So often we come home from a workshop or conference feeling at one with ourselves and the universe only to have it dissipate as soon as we have to decide who takes out the garbage. Moss gives us a way out. He's looked deeply into how we can maintain 'radical aliveness' in daily life. You will find many practical insights and innovative suggestions to help you. We highly recommend this book."
-- Justine and Michael Toms, cofounders of New Dimensions Media and New Dimensions Radio and authors of True Work: Doing What You Love and Loving What You Do

"Once again, Richard Moss has written a groundbreaking work of inspiration and depth. Having used Richard's teachings and books in my classes for many years, I know of the power of his wise insights into the essential nature of being. As one of the leading spiritual teachers combining spirituality and psychology, Richard has brought forth a deep teaching of the process of self-inquiry into the ever-present Now where 'I am sufficient as I am.' His book The Mandala of Being is truly an essential contribution to the important work of living a life in spiritual fullness."
-- Ray Greenleaf, MA, chair of counseling psychology, School of Holistic Studies, John F. Kennedy University

From Publishers Weekly:

Starred Review. For more than 100 years, Eastern insights about the quest for peace possible in the present moment have filtered into the West. Just so, Moss chooses the perfect visual map for this important book about self-awareness: a mandala. A mandala is a geometric, usually circular figure in Hindu and Buddhist thought that represents the universe. In the psychoanalytic realm, this figure represents the quest for self-unity and completeness. Using the mandala, Moss elegantly and with great elucidation and precision offers a place for modern seekers to stand centered in the now amid the four directions of past and future, you and me. His volume presents much clear thought about a potentially complicated topic. Readers who enjoyed Eckhart Tolle's The Power of Now and are ready to take the next step should gravitate easily to Moss's probing marriage of psychology, the transcendent nature of self, fear, faith and love. The fruits of Moss's many workshop experiences and exercises are cited throughout so as to make this potentially dense subject surprisingly accessible. A charity of spirit and extension to all religious traditions percolates through this volume. Concluding thoughts on the present climate of politically and culturally generated terror make this an especially potent offering. (Mar.)
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