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Mother of the Unseen World

Mother of the Unseen World by Mark Matousek
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Nov 28, 2017 | 224 Pages
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Advance praise for Mother of the Unseen World

Mother of the Unseen World reads like a classic adventure novel, with one exception—much of the adventure goes on inside the reader as we follow Mark Matousek’s everyman journey from pain and doubt to discovery and awakening. I don’t know who I learned the most from—the wise and powerful Indian saint Mother Meera, or the very human, very real, and equally wise Mark Matousek. I could not put this book down.”—Elizabeth Lesser, author of Broken Open and co-founder of Omega Institute
 
“Mother Meera’s message of peace and love has touched me profoundly.”—Ringo Starr

“Mark Matousek brings us to the feet of Mother Meera in this transcendent, rapturous, astonishing book. He is at once an inspired teacher and the humblest of students. This is a divine book about a divine woman and one of the best books I’ve read on the need for the return of the divine feminine here and now.”—Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues and In the Body of the World
 
“At once a spiritual autobiography and an exploration of one of the most mystical beings of our time.”—Dani Shapiro

“Mother Meera is the greatest gift in my life. Miracles beyond count have occurred in my life through her grace. My understanding has grown through her gift to us by way of Mother of the Unseen World.”—Hunt Slonem, artist

“I had the great fortune to meet Mother Meera. There is no doubt in my mind that I was in the divine presence of a highly evolved being—profoundly spiritual in nature. There is no other way to describe my experience.”—Joe Walsh, The Eagles

Mother of the Unseen World is absolutely riveting. It’s clear and engaging and, at the same time, deeply searching and thought-provoking. Mark Matousek uses his own encounters with Mother Meera as a lens through which to examine her life and teachings and influence in the world.”—Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project

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