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Let Me Remember This
By: Surendra James Conti
About the Book
Practical in its wisdom, provocative in its perspective, and generously infused with humor and heart, Let Me Remember This is a collection of insightful essays that probe the mysteries of who we are, why we are here, and what we can do to set ourselves free. This book is a journey of self-discovery for the writer and the reader alike, a journey beyond form, into the vast consciousness of all that is.
Unique though we are, our quest is the same: to realize our highest divine potential. These essays invite us to see our way to that summit. Ultimately, it is less about learning anything new and more about remembering what we’ve forgotten: we are being of light, divinely endowed. Joy awaits within.
“This is a gem of a book that scintillates with warmth and wisdom. Gleaned from decades of spiritual practice, it offers reflections, philosophical musings, life stories, and insights to edify, amuse and awaken us.”
-Dana Lynne Anderson, Founder and Director, Awakening Arts Academy
“Reading Let Me Remember This is like having an inspiring and captivating conversation with a close friend. Highly recommended reading.”
- Bill Grady, author, Beacons of Light
About the Author
Surendra James Conti is an essayist, teacher, world traveler, and avid observer of the human scene. A man of many interests and careers, his resume includes: copyrighter and broadcast producer for Walt Disney Productions; fine art dealer of Old Master prints; manager of America’s premier metaphysical bookstore, East West Bookshop, in Mountain View, California; ordained minister of the Ananda Church of Self-Realization; and spiritual director of Ananda’s yoga ashram in Pune, India. He is currently the director of Ananda’s Temple and Teaching Center in Portland, Oregon.
(2018, Paperback, 218 pages)