Steve Taylor



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The Fall: The Evidence for ...

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The Leap: The Psychology of...

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Waking From Sleep: Why Awak...

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The Calm Center: Reflection...

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Back To Sanity: Healing the...

4.07 avg rating — 97 ratings — published 2012 — 2 editions
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Out Of The Darkness: From T...

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Making Time: Why Time Seems...

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Wheels Up: Sky Jinks in the...

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“To use a medical analogy, while mystics try to heal themselves (that is, to transcend sleep), conventionally religious people simply try to manage the symptoms. Near-death”
Steve Taylor, The Leap: The Psychology of Spiritual Awakening

“The Christian Church has put a spiritual hierarchy on jobs. Ministers and missionaries are on top, then perhaps doctors and nurses come next, and so on to the bottom, where artists appear. Artists of whatever kind have to compromise everything to entertain. Art is fluffy froth that is no good in the Kingdom of God. What nonsense.”
Steve Taylor

“Mystics from all traditions have the common aim of cultivating wakefulness, while the common aim of all mainstream religions is to offer consolation and psychological support. To use a medical analogy, while mystics try to heal themselves (that is, to transcend sleep), conventionally religious people simply try to manage the symptoms. Near-death”
Steve Taylor, The Leap: The Psychology of Spiritual Awakening



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