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Our Year 3 Anthology Book is Now Available!

book-graphic-individual-yr3Our latest book is now available! Exploring Spiritual Naturalism, Year 3: An Anthology of Articles from the Spiritual Naturalist Society is a collection of articles from our third year of operation. These thought-provoking articles are from 14 of the most thoughtful contributors to the spiritual and religious naturalist movement today. Also included is a foreword by Ted Meissner, a teacher of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Executive Director of the Secular Buddhist Association. For readers interested in a transformative Spiritual Naturalist practice inspired by traditions around the world, this volume will help enlighten and inspire a path toward a more flourishing life.

Note to Supporting Members: You can get the print version of the book at cost (lower than normal sale price), and the e-book for free, as a part of your member benefits in the Society. Simply contact us to request which version/s you’d like and we will get them to you directly.

HOW TO GET THE BOOK

  • Paperback: purchase at the SNS Amazon shop HERE
  • eBook: coming very soon at Amazon or contact us.
  • SNS Supporting Members: Contact us and let us know the form you’d like it (paperback or which e-book version). E-book formats are emailed free for Supporting Members and paperback is at cost, paid through PayPal, credit card, or check.

ISBN: 9781365479250
Publisher: Spiritual Naturalist Society
(c) Spiritual Naturalist Society, Inc.
First Edition, 2016 Pages: 276
Dimensions: 6″ x 9″
Weight: 1.04 lbs.
Binding: perfect bound Interior ink: black & white

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The Spiritual Naturalist Society works to spread awareness of spiritual naturalism as a way of life, develop its thought and practice, and help bring together like-minded practitioners in fellowship.

 

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