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Inner Journey Home

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These talks explore the journey described in Almaas's book, The Inner Journey Home.
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On the occasion of the publication of The Inner Journey Home, the magnum opus of his spiritual teaching, A.H. Almaas gave public talks to introduce the Diamond Approach® to a larger audience. Hearing these talks gives the listener a profound and fascinating insight into the nature of the human soul and spiritual reality. Provocative for newcomers and illuminating for current practitioners of the path, these presentations explore different aspects of the inner journey described in the book.

The Inner Journey Home

  1. Santa Cruz, CA Book Talk
  2. Berkeley, CA Book Talk
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Audio Download
Contents Audio Download (2 hours, 30 minutes)
Filetypes MP3, ZIP
Product Code AS02298W
ISBN Number 978-1-60407-770-4
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A.H. Almaas

About A.H. Almaas

A.H. Almaas is the pen name of A. Hameed Ali who has written more than 14 books including his most recent The Unfolding Now. In 1976, he founded the Ridhwan School, an organization with members in North America, Europe, and Australia that is dedicated to promoting the Diamond Approach®. Almaas resides in the San Francisco Bay area.

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Review for Inner Journey Home

I was really disappointed with this download, which apparently is a talk he gave during a book tour. I'd suggest reading his books -- my hope is the $18 will help support his teaching, and Sounds True too I guess. It really was a waste of money otherwise.

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