Coming to the End of the Spiritual Search
Doing Nothing is for those who have found themselves religiously following practices that have not deeply changed their lives and encourages them to find the truth of life through stopping the search.
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Doing Nothing is for those who have found themselves religiously following practices that have not fundamentally changed their lives: new therapies, ancient meditations, exotic religions, or old-time religion. It encourages them to find the truths of life through the simple act of stopping the search. What do you do after you've tried everything to find enlightenment or happiness? "Do nothing," writes Steven Harrison. "As it turns out, nothing is a surprisingly active place, but it is here that we discover who and what we are." "At a young age I was moved by the pain and discord around me and inside me. I sought to find a complete, final and, universal answer to this pain. For 25 years, I studied the world's philosophies and religions. I sought out every mystic, seer, and magician I could find throughout the world. It was all useless. "Somewhere in all of this, the discovery occurred that pain and discord were not the problem, but the seeker was. The very grasping for an answer, for a response, for a solution that relieved me of the burden of feeling, was the problem. Without the grasping of the seeker; the nature of the problem fundamentally changes." —From the book
Praise for Doing Nothing
Written in disarmingly unpretentious style, this book is a profound inquiry into the nature of our humanity.
—Dr.Thomas Szasz, author of The Myth of Mental Illness
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