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Everyday Divinity | Stewart Bitkoff on Sedona Talk Radio

Sedona Talk Radio, one of the top spiritual and personal growth internet radio station will be hosting Dr. Stewart Bitkoff on the topic: 'Got Traffic? The Divinity of the Daily Commute'.

The show debuts on Tuesday Night, 8/26/08 and will be available online for listening later. As I am listening to it now, I find it really insightful and recommend you to listen when you get the time.

Show: Everyday Divinity
Host: Idara E. Bassey
To Listen visit the Internet Station: Sedona Talk Radio

Among different topics Dr. Bitkoff will be discussing: every day spirituality, commuting, his book: 'A Commuter's Guide to Enlightenment,' and experiences along the Sufi Path. Past shows are also available for listening at the archive.

Dr. Bitkoff holds a doctorate degree in education and is an expert in therapeutic recreation, psychiatric rehabilitation and treatment. He is author of A Commuter’s Guide to Enlightenment (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2008) which chronicled his musings and spiritual insights received during a near daily commute from his home in Pennsylvania to New York City during his thirty-year career. His experiences during his career ranged from training at the Society for Sufi Studies in Los Altos, CA, assisting the mentally ill in integrating their altered state of consciousness into the physical world and working with children and their families as a behavioral consultant. For more information visit

[>] Read a review of the book, A Commuter's Guide to Enlightenment.

Many Selves | selection from the Book

'You yourself are under your own veil.'
- Hafiz

Robert Ornstein, PhD, suggests that human personality is made up of many parts and smaller selves. We are a composite of parts, some of which are inborn and some of which are developed by situations and potentials.

From my point of view, the task of the spiritual travelers is to get to know these many selves. Identify them and be aware of their operation, so that over a period of training you can learn to still them. Once stilled, we can begin to listen to other parts of self that only operate under this condition.

Stilling something is much different than obliterating it, the premise being that the higher consciousness can work within the normal personality. We don't have to change all of our smaller selves - only modify some of them. Then the lasting self will come forward.


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Technology of the Heart: Everyday Divinity | Stewart Bitkoff on Sedona Talk Radio
Everyday Divinity | Stewart Bitkoff on Sedona Talk Radio
Technology of the Heart
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