Coherent Self, Coherent World
Reclaiming value in a fractured age.
Greater coherence follows in every aspect of our lives when we learn to use the magical tool of consciousness. Diana Durham shows that we do this by connecting to our deeper self. She draws on her unique understanding of myth and ancient sacred texts as well as time spent in dialogue with theoretical physicist David Bohm to guide us on the path to personal coherence.
In a poetic, accessible style, Diana argues passionately that understanding who we are and how we work is not only the key to individual fulfilment, but also the way through to a sustainable future for us all.
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This wide ranging book is an important contribution to reorienting our culture towards the neglected inner dimension that gives rise to coherence and meaning and which constitutes our deeper being....It is a bold and inspiring vision. ~ David Lorimer, Paradigm Explorer
An important contribution to reorienting our culture towards the neglected inner dimension that gives rise to coherence and meaning and constitutes our deeper being. ~ David Lorimer, editor of Paradigm Explorer
Diana Durham’s explication of the search for the meaningful relationship between the inner self and the outer 'personality self' carves a path that includes Tibetan Buddhism, the Christian view of Adam’s fall, as well as physicist David Bohm’s musings on creativity, among other topics. This is an interesting and intricate read on the workings of wholeness. ~ Rosie Rosenzweig, Resident Scholar, Brandeis University, Women's Studies Research Center
Diana writes with a particular crystalline clarity suffusing both her poetry and prose: it is her essential expression. At the same time, her philosophical cast of mind reaches the highest level as a result of her many years of training and inner work. She is truly in touch with Sophia: and at a time when the Feminine has never been more important in its embodiment on the planet, we would do well to hear what she has to say. ~ Jay Ramsay