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FREEDOM DOESN’T MIND ITS CHAINS has as its core theme the cultivation of intimacy with all that we are. Its approach is passionate, integral, and deep-cutting. And its topics? Sex, body, emotion, spirituality, choice, freedom. Its chapters range from the nature of choice to the anatomy of guilt to the raw basics of awakened sex. FREEDOM DOESN’T MIND ITS CHAINS is a travel ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published September 2005 by Tehmenos Press
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Robert Augustus Masters was born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1947. From an early age he was an avid artist, but in high school switched to the sciences, with which he stayed until he found himself at the age of 21 in a PhD program in biochemistry. Little more than a year later, only a few hours after a dream of dying, he left his doctoral studies, and began an odyssey of intense travel, ...more
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