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The Unorthodox Life by Kathy McCall
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The Unorthodox Life

by Kathy McCall

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The Unorthodox Life is an enticing blend of pragmatism and mysticism, a compendium of the gems of Kathy McCall's many years as a Unity Minister, Astrologer, Dream Analyst, and Storyteller. Drawing from her explorations with contemporary teachers Matthew Fox, Andrew Harvey, and Jeremy Taylor (and many others), the author takes us on a journey that is both personal and universal, arousing our own story and shedding light on our own spiritual journey. Filled with insight, humor, myth and mystery, the book inspires us to delve more deeply into our inner world as we traverse four stages of the spiritual path to claim the treasure of our unique mystical awakening. This "wise, brave, clear, and profound book" includes 12 sets of Spiritual Practice exercises guiding us to embrace our greatness while walking our own path to the Divine.

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