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Mooji is a spiritual teacher who is based in the UK and Portugal. His teachings cover many aspects of spirituality that are derived from all sorts of sources. However, much of what Mooj...

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Maya Angelou
Born in 1928, Maya Angelou was a prolific writer but also a singer, a stage performer, an academic and a civil rights activist. Her writing is often pigeon-holed as autobiographical fic...

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Alan Watts
Born in January 1915, Alan Watts was a philosopher and writer who had a significant impact on the West's view of Eastern spirituality and philosophical thinking in the mid-twentieth cen...

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Brené Brown
Brene Brown is a research professor who works at the University of Houston in Texas. She has published several well-received books on subjects like vulnerability, courage, feminism and ...

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Thich Nhat Hanh
Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist monk who was born in October 1926. He has written extensively and taught pupils from all over the globe in what is known as the Plum Village Tradition of B...

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Tara Brach
Born in 1953, Tara Brach is an advocate of the healing nature of certain aspects of Buddhism, specifically focussing on the in the Vipassana meditation tradition. This form of meditativ...

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Sharon Salzberg
Sharon Salzburg is a best-selling author who has written extensively on the subject of Eastern philosophy, specifically Buddhism. Much of her work has been focused on explaining aspects...

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Jon Kabat-Zinn
Born in New York City in 1944, Jon Kabat-Zinn is a professor who works at the Medical School at the University of Massachusetts. He is an emeritus professor of medicine who has a partic...

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Dalai Lama
The spiritual leader of the Tibetan form of Buddhism, known as Gelug, the term Dalai Lama is an honorific title. In Tibetan, Dalai means oceanic or expansive, and Lama means master or g...
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