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Philip Shepherd discusses "New Self, New World"

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New Self, New World challenges the primary story of what it means to be human – a story that leads us to live in our heads, absorbed in our own anxieties. Called a “profound and original masterpiece” in the foreword by Andrew Harvey, renowned mystical scholar and founder of the Institute for Sacred Activism, New Self, New World shows how the patterns of thinking we inherit from our culture divide us not only from the body, but from the world itself. As a result, we inhabit a shattered reality, and take our sense of personal isolation to be a normal state.

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