As a child, Mary Hunt traveled extensively with her theatrical parents, and it was during this period that her interest in the world’s spiritual paths became all-absorbing and wide-ranging. Her search led her from Christian Science and the metaphysical movements into Vedanta, Zen, the Christian Mystics, and Gurdjieff.
In 1949 she discovered The Infinite Way writings of Joel Goldsmith and for sixteen years she conducted Goldsmith tape and study groups in Southern California. For over twenty-five years she gave classes and retreats based on her own unfoldment. READ MORE »
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by Mary Hunt
Letters from a teacher to her students. This is a brilliant, inspiring book that answers basic questions on how to meditate, what enlightenment is, and the process of discovering our own enlightened mind-heart within ourselves. This book teaches us the profound wisdom found in being both seekers and finders. It is a treasure for anyone who meditates and is inquiring into Truth. —from the book read more »
Paperback – 7½” x 8½” – 145 pp.
The Awakening Edge
by Mary Hunt
"New Approaches to Consciousness. Whether we may sense it or not, we are in profound transit—a new reality of self is emerging —and not only for you and me individually, but for the world. We can resist or ignore this movement, or recognize and even rejoice in it, but regardless, change and transformation are upon us as a soul-shift in identity." —from the book read more »
Comb-bound – 5½” x 8½” – 87 pp.