The Art of Manifestation

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October 20, 2009

The Art of Manifestation

Rick Jarow October 20, 2009

Tami Simon speaks with Rick Jarow, PhD, an alternative career counselor and associate professor of religious studies at Vassar College in New York. He is the author of several books, including Alchemy of Abundance, as well as the Sounds True audio learning programs The Advanced Manifestation Program and The Ultimate Anti-Career Guide. Rick discusses how we can align our talents and desires with the hidden currents of the universe, something he calls the art of manifestation. (55 minutes)

Rick Jarow, PhD, is a practicing alternative career counselor, a professor of religion at Vassar College, and author of Creating the Work You Love, In Search of the Sacred, Alchemy of Abundance, and more. His acclaimed seminars, based on years of research and practice with lineage holders in both Eastern and Western traditions, focus on interfacing inner experience with effective action in the world.

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