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A Personal Aristocracy: Cultivating the Power of Spiritual Nobility

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The Book of the Courtier meets Eckhart Tolle in this essential work of new consciousness literature. Jesus, Buddha, Baha-u’llah, Martin Luther King, Guru Nanek, Mohammed, Gandhi, Mother Theresa and others are widely considered the spiritual nobility of the world. In contrast to the ancient material nobility whose power is based upon material wealth acquired through force, ...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published January 5th 2010 by North Atlantic Books (first published 2010)
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Misty Nelson
May 17, 2014 Misty Nelson rated it did not like it
I have an MBA. Yet, this book is simply unreadable. Then again, it is not MEANT to be read.

It is meant to be displayed as a work of - "superior intellect" - rather it is based upon advanced metrics in the use of a thesaurus - a shining example of not practicing - nor understanding - what it is you preach - and it is very, very preachy.

The book is long on symbolism and sanctimonious redundancy, completely lacking in substance or integrity.

Azzi hits it right - adultery should be at the top of w
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Azzi S.
Dec 27, 2012 Azzi S. rated it did not like it
After long acquaintance with the author, I would take anything written in this book as theory rather than practice. His biography is exaggerated - one caribou hunt with a friend while you're dorking his wife does not make you a caribou hunter - it makes you a sleeze ball. He talks a flowery talk. His walk is more of a self centered Machiavellian noble.
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