Natural Freedom

The Dharma Beyond Buddhism
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Transform your day-to-day encounters into vehicles of liberation for yourself and others.
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Spiritual Strength for a Life of Action and the Power to Transform the World

The Dalai Lama once said, “We must find a new spirituality … one that addresses human issues … and human needs.” On Natural Freedom, spiritual activist Alan Clements gives voice to what may very well be this new spirituality. He calls it “natural freedom,” the essence of spiritual life common to all people.

Not a doctrine, but an intuitive process that comes out of your own inquiry and self-honesty, natural freedom is a way of “feeling into” your heart to uncover the truth in your daily life—a truth that will empower you to live with courage, compassion, and radical self-responsibility.

Through seven guiding principles, highlighted by Clements’ real-life stories as an activist and former Buddhist monk in Burma, this Western visionary will help you ignite a passion for life that results in full, spontaneous engagement in the world. In four sessions, you will learn specific steps you can take to transform your day-to-day encounters into vehicles of liberation for yourself and others.

If you are searching for deeper meaning and purpose in all aspects of your life, you will find the method—and the courage—to follow your heart on Natural Freedom.

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Audio Download
Contents Audio Download (2 hours, 45 minutes)
Filetypes MP3, PDF, ZIP
Product Code AW00464W
ISBN Number 978-1-62203-027-9
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Alan Clements

About Alan Clements

Alan Clements is an author, activist, performing artist, former Buddhist monk, and one of the West’s foremost nonsectarian dharma teachers. He is also a leading authority on Burma’s nonviolent struggle for freedom and democracy, known as a “revolution of the spirit.” He is the author of a number of books including Instinct for Freedom and The Voice of Hope, an internationally acclaimed book of conversations with Burma’s Nobel Peace Prize® Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. Clements has been interviewed by Nightline, CBS News, Time, Newsweek, and numerous other media worldwide.