Monday, August 20, 2012


by Anthony De Mello

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of De Mello's death, Image Books has released what is likely the last published work of this spiritual teacher. Based on a lecture given just months before his death, Rediscovering Life invites us to unlock the deeper meaning of our lives.

By becoming aware - truly aware - of our limited thoughts, De Mello leads the reader into seeing simple solutions that will release us from feelings of isolation, anger, sadness and depression.

Rediscovering Life will awaken you to the simple beauty of human experience and increase your ability to see God in all things, as Ignatius of Loyola taught.

De Mello, writing both as a native of India and a Jesuit priest brings the best of both east and west together in what could be a wonderful life-changing experience.

ANTHONY DE MELLO was a Jesuit priest known throughout the world for his writings and spiritual conferences. A native and lifelong resident of India, he died suddenly in 1987. His many including Awareness, Song of the Bird, Sadhana, The Way to Love, Wellsprings and Awakenings have been translated into more than 35 languages.

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