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THE LITTLE BOOK OF BEING

Practices and Guidance for Uncovering Your Natural Awareness

By Diana Winston

Sounds True 2019; 180 pp., $16.95 (paper)

At age fourteen, Diana Winston spent a summer babysitting at the beach. It was tough keeping up with the two kids, so she didn’t get much R&R. But one night she slipped outside and—gazing at the night sky—she felt a calm come over her. Suddenly she experienced awe, love, and a feeling of being fully in her body yet as spacious as the sky. Many of us have had such spontaneous experiences of natural awareness, but

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