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Radical Wisdom: Living from Silence While Rocking the World
It seems we are always one step behind the life we truly want to live. Our living often swings between two seemingly opposite poles of experience: on the one side is an experience of isolation, anxiety, confusion, fear; and on the other side is the experience of unity, clarity, joy, enthusiasm, and energy. Beyond both is magical living, pointed to by such signs as serendipity, synchronicity, transcendence, grace, intuition.
By examining our intentions, motivations, and behaviors, we can neutralize habitual, conditioned patterns of knowledge and perception and begin to make conscious choices from an inner place of creativity, intuition, and freedom. We can discover a deeper understanding of our identity and purpose, of our true calling.
Where is our authentic self and life? What is it? How do we become fully awake and alive in our own life, feeling the passion, pull, and power of our own extraordinary existence? What is a balanced life? What can we do to bring more harmony, joy, and efficiency to our living? In Radical Wisdom, Robert Rabbin takes on these significant questions and shares his uniquely inspiring view of our human potential.
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Robert Rabbin (Author) is a groundbreaking public speaker, author, executive coach, and self-awareness teacher. Distilling 40 years of study, practice, and realization, Robert offers a way of speaking based on authenticity, a way of being based on transparency, and a way of living based on vulnerability and connection with self and others. He is a free-style sage: spontaneous, compassionate, unrestrained, profound and audacious. His unbridled joy for life and commitment to inner freedom are wonderfully contagious.
Andrew Mulcare (NARRATOR) is a professional actor, director, writer, and teacher of acting. He has worked extensively in theatre, film, and television. Andrew holds an MFA from University of South Carolina. In 2001 he was awarded a Fulbright grant to lecture in Russia on American theatre and film, and became the founding artistic director of the English Language Theatre of Orenburg.