A Portrait of a Lifeartist (Wingspan Press 2010)
This book is the last in a series of three about my teaching, Meditation as an Art of Life. The first book was named Meditation as an Art of Life – a basic reader. The second was named Dream Yoga.
The first book is the basic reader on asking philosophical question in a meditative-existential way, and the systematical instruction in the belonging supporting exercises. The second book is about about how to - through critical thinking – navigate through the dream-labyrinth of life and death.
Even though A Portrait of a Lifeartist contains some last critical texts on the zeitgeist of New Age and Coaching, then it is a much more existential experimenting book, than logical analyzing, it is more seeing than thinking, more listening than arguing, and it is seeking to be the final instruction in art of life.
This reflects itself in an investigation of the lifeartist as respectively a historical being, a rational being, a desirous being, a natural being, and a communicative being. The whole thing as a kind of diamond, where traditional philosophical problems are put into a concrete spiritual practice.
Bohemian Travel Stories as a Spiritual Exercise (explains the idea behind the concept of the Art of Living).
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