Jack Hawley, Ph.D., is a consultant and writer, as well as a student, teacher, and lecturer on the infusion of new energy, heart and spirit into everyday life. Jack and his wife, Louise, spent half of each year studying and lecturing in an ashram (spiritual learning community) in rural southern India and the other half helping organizational leaders in the rest of the world apply these principles.
The Bhagavad Gita: A Walkthrough for Westerners
“Ancient, but strangely close and familiar…”
The Bhagavad Gita contains the inner essence of India, the moral and spiritual principles found in the very earliest scriptures of this ancient land. To read The Bhagavad Gita is to swing back and forth smoothly between the head and heart, between the worldly and the spiritual, arching between gaining knowledge and applying it in today’s real world. In this swing from humanness to godliness lies the Gita’s secret penetrating power, its ability to lift and move us.
Essential Wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita
“A guided tour of a great work…”
Like water that gradually filters down through earth and comes out fresh and pure, important ideas also pass down through the sands of time and get cleansed in the process, eventually emerging, eons later, as pure truth. Essential Wisdom of The Bhagavad Gita is a book on soaring above the anguish and attachments of the world. It’s a primer for moving toward a truly spiritual life, toward the Divinity that resides in your heart.
Roadmaps to Self-Realization
“A manual for finding your way to higher consciousness…”
In the midst of this rough and rutted journey through life, it is exhilarating to find clear charts to guide your every step on the spiritual way, the only road that counts. Roadmaps to Self-Realization will help you reap the benefits of The Bhagavad Gita’s timeless wisdom and apply it to your own life – and to eventually achieve the most coveted prize in all spirituality: Self-realization.
Reawakening the Spirit in Work
“Key questions for today’s managers and leaders…”
We all yearn for spiritually rooted qualities at work – integrity, character, inspiration, belief, and even reverence – qualities that are key factors in an enterprise’s success. Reawakening the Spirit in Work provides a direct response to the widespread desire for spirituality at work, offering a practical vision of work permeated with “dharma” – deep integrity fusing spirit, character, human values, and decency.