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John Kain’s new book explores the mysterious, dynamic and often perplexing relationship between spiritual teachers and their students — a relationship that forms the building blocks of all religion. What brings us to the spiritual path? How is wisdom passed from generation to generation? Is studying with a teacher necessary? What are the possibilities, the pitfalls? The book includes profiles of eight renowned spiritual leaders and their students:

  • Murat Yagan (Sufi)
  • Chief Arvol Looking Horse (Lakota)
  • Joan Chittister (Benedictine)
  • Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi (Jewish Renewal)
  • Gehlek Rimpoche (Tibetan)
  • Reverend Mother Sudha Puri (Hindu)
  • Daido Loori Roshi (Zen)
  • Adyashanti (Advaita)

A Rare And Precious Thing was nominated as one of the best spirituality books by Spirituality and Health Magazine.

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— Author John Kain

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