The Koan Of Illness

Courses and Books

The Koan Of Illness series

If you or a loved one suffer from a chronic illness, join us in this journey of healing and growth. 

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Transformation Teaching Series

If you or a loved one suffer from a chronic illness, join us in this journey of healing and growth. 

Un Curso de Milagros

A space to read, study, learn, practice and live the teachings of A Course in Miracles to bring forgiveness into your life and remember your true identity in peace and love.

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Spiritual Intelligence

The Six Skills of Meditation
Meditation is a way of transforming the self through self-observation. It involves the development of particular skills, among them being able to relax and concentrate, to remain imperturbable despite inner and outer distractions, to be alert, and to be aware. Being integral and holistic, it explores interrelationships between body, mind, and…

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Books

After the Wrecking Ball: Ten Principles for Finding Peace Amidst Conflict

Dr. Lynn Christine Fuentes

After her life fell apart in l995, the author “received” ten spiritual principles that guided her to develop a new and thrilling life. This book describes how these principles can work in our lives and how to use them to create abundance, joy, happy relationships, and peace.

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It’s Not Too Late: You Can Grow a Bright Future Starting Right Now

Dr. Lynn Royster Fuentes

Millions of adults are disillusioned, disappointed, and even despairing about the way their life has turned out. They may have worked hard and done what they were supposed to do, but the rewards they expected aren’t there for them. Others may have made major mistakes and fear they will continue to be held back by them for the rest of their lives. This book shows us how to resurrect our lost or “impossible” dreams, step onto a path of our own choosing, and succeed in achieving our most treasured goals.

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The Koan of Illness: An Integral Approach

Dr. Lynn Royster Fuentes

Using the comprehensive integral maps of philosopher Ken Wilber, himself a person with long-term chronic illness, the author describes effective ways to frame and clarify the realities of living with chronic illness and then shows us how to work with these maps to improve each area of this life, from managing personal disempowerment and trauma, to handling relationship changes, to negotiating social attitudes, to shifting interior values and beliefs.

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