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The Spiritual Chicks Question Everything: Learn to Risk, Release, and Soar

Spiritual Chicks Question Everything, Tami Coyne, Karen Weissman, Red Wheel/Weiser, Spirituality

Tami Coyne and Karen Weissman
Red Wheel/Weiser, 2002

"Raucous, irreverent, pithy, humorous--and right on! A must read of the postmodern spiritual genre."
– Edgar Mitchell, Sc.D., Apollo astronaut and author of The Way of the Explorer


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Kick-ass questions. Unexpected answers. A no-holds-barred look at spirituality and everyday life.

Myths about how to be spiritual abound, and most of us have bought into at least a few of them, even if we're not aware of it. Tami Coyne and Karen Weissman help strip away the woo-woo, the no-no's, and the silly rules. With an outrageous and edgy look at the challenges they face in their own lives, The Spiritual Chicks share a no-holds-barred quest to know, feel, and apply universal goodness and authenticity to life.

In short lessons posed as questions, The Spiritual Chicks tackle such issues as "Is there sex after death?" and "Are you ready to create the universe?" The Chicks ask the questions, throw out some ideas and stories, and invite us all to answer.
Excerpted from Back Cover, The Spiritual Chicks Question Everything: Learn to Risk, Release, and Soar ©2002

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Your Life's Work: A Guide to Creating a Spiritual and Successful Work Life

Your Life's Work, Guide, Success, Work Life

Tami Coyne
Berkley, 1998. Currently Out of Print.

"Tami Coyne offers terrific advice for anyone who feels down, stressed out, fed up, and done in by today's often difficult workplace pressures and dynamics. By advocating personal transformation, Coyne shows that the most integral part of everyone's life work needs to be caring for their own heart and soul."
– Amy E. Dean, author of Caring for the Family Soul


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