The Tenth Door by Michele Hébert
An Adventure Through the Jungles of Enlightenment 2nd Edition

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A TRUTH SEEKING JOURNEY FROM THE HEART OF SAN FRANCISCO TO THE WILDS OF CENTRAL AMERICA
The Tenth Door is about living from the heart and daring to take risks. In these pages, Michele Hébert shares her extraordinary spiritual journey with legendary yoga master Walt Baptiste. Intimate, captivating, and unexpectedly humorous, Her story transcends the world of physical yoga and brings to life the teachings shared by many wisdom traditions and their relevance to modern living.
Journeying with the author, you are transported from Cleveland to San Francisco to four years of near solitude in the jungles of El Salvador, as the country moves from seeming tranquility to revolution, Hébert comes face to face with challenges that test her devotion, her carefully cultivated yogic discipline, and even her earthly existence.
 

About Michele Hébert

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Michele Hebert is a leader in mind-body health and spirituality. She blends her background in yoga, fitness, meditation, nutrition, and healing to guide others in achieving higher levels of health and spiritual awareness. As a senior teacher in the Walt Baptiste method of Raja Yoga, her work has been a transformative factor in the lives of thousands over a thirty-year period. She continues her spiritual studies with Swami Vedad Bharati of Rishikesh, India, and was initiated into Tibetan Buddhism by H.H. the Dalai Lama. Currently, Michele teaches Raja Yoga in La Jolla, California, and The Art of Meditation at the University of California, San Diego. She coleads international yoga and meditation retreats with her husband, Dr. Mehrad Nazari.
 
Published November 21, 2011 by Emerald Book Company. 265 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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