Spiritual Book Club Interviews

Tim Birchard, Interview #212

Name:  Tim Birchard Where you live: southwest Colorado, USA What you do as a vocation or avocation?   Advisor for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math undergraduate students Your two favorite books:  I AM THAT by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj and To Have and Have Not by Ernest Hemingway Your two favorite songs:  “Now Is The Time”  from my album “Love Songs from Hafiz”   …

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Vironika Tugaleva, Interview #211

Your Name: Vironika Tugaleva Where you live: Nowhere specific. I’m on a permanent-address-less journey at the moment. I’m a citizen of the world. What you do as a vocation or avocation? I am an author, coach, and speakerYour two favorite books: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Prisig,  Island by Aldous HuxleyYour two …

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Alan L. Pritz, Interview #210

Name: Alan L Pritz  Where you live: Minneapolis, MN What you do as a vocation or avocation?  I’m an Interfaith Minister with a private practice specializing in personal and organizational meditation training and spiritual counseling-coaching. Your two favorite books:  Autobiography of a Yogi  God Talks with Arjuna – the Bhagavad Gita – The Royal Science of God-Realization  & The …

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Mark Susnow, Interview #208

Your Name: Mark Susnow Where you live: San Anselmo, California What you do as a vocation or avocation?  You might say I’m a lover of life. Its complexities, its mystery and its adventure.  And you could say I’m a life coach, thought-leader, author, musician, and avid tennis player. Your two favorite books:  Throughout the years I’ve had …

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John C. Robinson, Interview #205

 Name: John Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. (www.johnrobinson.org) Where you live: Fox Island, Wa What you do as a vocation or avocation? Transformational writing. I love to write about the experience of oneness and non-duality, which I am beginning to realize is the great epiphany of aging. We are not what we think, we are the consciousness …

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