My Quakerism and Eastern Spirituality

My introductions to Quakerism and Eastern spirituality both came around the same time. This was in the late 1960s, a time of ferment around the Vietnam War, the counterculture movement, and various traveling Indian teachers and gurus. I would go to their lectures but was never drawn to join a particular group. During this time I read a book on the🔒

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Jan Michael is a member of Stillwater (Okla.) Meeting and a graduate of the School of the Spirit Ministry's program On Being a Spiritual Nurturer (class of 2014).

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