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The Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice

Winter 2013
Review

Expansion Mastery:
The Practical Guide to Living a Fully Engaged Life

By Robert D. Bessler. (Morgan James, 2013.)
Softcover, 253 pages, $19.95.

This book, with chapter such as Awakening Mindfulness, Choose to be Happy, Heart Connection & Oneness, The Feeling of Bliss, and Develop the Strength of the Warrior are accompanied by what the author calls Challenges. These come in three parts; The Idea, The Formal Practice, and the author’s own experience with the practice. In this way, the reader is guided through the sometimes challenging, often exhilarating experiences of these very down-to-earth lessons in living a fully engaged and fully realized life. I am thrilled that more and more authors are drawing, not only on the traditional teachings and practices of Dao but their own unique experience of them in their life journey. This book which is a valuable contribution to its field will be helpful for anyone interested in creating a fuller, richer, and more dynamic life.

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The thing you really don't want to do or feel like doing, is most likely the thing you really need to do in order to grow.
~ Robert D. Bessler