Outrageous Openness

Outrageous Openness

Letting the Divine Take the Lead

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A compilation of funny, irreverently reverent stories on aligning with the Divine in daily life. For the passionately spiritual and bemusedly skeptical alike. Adapted from a popular column originally published as San Francisco's Spiritual Examiner at examiner.com. "What if God IS the story? What if the Divine is constantly igniting roadside flares to get our attention? What if there actually IS a Supreme Organizing Principle with a ribald and unbridled sense of humor? And what if we each have this ardent inner suitor who's writing us love letters every day that often go unopened?" What if indeed? Read on. Author Bio: Tosha Silver grew up thinking one day she would be a rabbi, a lawyer or a weathergirl. But fate had other ideas. She graduated from Yale with a degree in English Literature but along the way fell madly in love with metaphysics and yogic philosophy. For the last 30 years she has taught many ways to align with the inner Divine. She lives near San Francisco and also writes a spiritual column at examiner.com. More information at www.toshasilver.com
Publisher: Alameda, California : Urban Kali Productions,|©2011.
ISBN: 9780983681700
Characteristics: [viii], 167 pages ;,21 cm


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Mar 22, 2019

Author is super funny, but more than that, this book will inspire you to let go and trust the Universe.

Jul 12, 2016

It's great to be reminded every once in a while that we're simply not in charge. Let go...

Sarahndippitty Mar 18, 2016

Outrageous Openness is a great book. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to make some positive changes in their lives.

Oct 01, 2015


bibliotechnocrat Sep 23, 2015

Each chapter in this short book is divided into two or three page sections - each of which is a perfect little spiritual tapas item; consuming too many at once is not advised. The book is filled with lovely vignettes illustrating the theme, and I found myself often thinking of the text throughout the day. Silver's central message is about letting the Divine take the lead, and - flaky though it may sound - it's just great.

May 20, 2015

Actually interested in her new book (wr by Lissa Rankin)
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