Meditations for InterSpiritual Practice is a collection of articles on meditation and prayer in different spiritual traditions as taught by authentic teachers of those traditions. In each article, the author gives context for a foundational practice of their tradition and follows it with instructions for carrying out this practice. Some of the noteworthy contributors to this special volume are Swami Atmarupananda, Kenneth Cohen, Sheikh Kabir Helminski, Don “Four Arrows” Jacobs, Father Thomas Keating, Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, B. Alan Wallace, and many others. In addition to the practices in this volume are a carefully chosen selection of verses on different themes from the Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Indigenous, Islamic, Jewish, and Taoist traditions.
Read alsoCorporate Restructuring
Corporate Restructuring is a practical approach to rescuing troubled companies and driving underperforming companies to top performance. It combines proven restructuring strategies with rigorous theoretical analysis. This book explains how to set and achieve asset, staffing, sales and profit goals. Topics include diagnostic tools to identify the…