People can learn to experience time more purposefully and meaningfully. We need not be at time's mercy. Needleman rejects time-management techniques in order to reveal ancient and little-known modern practices for exploring one's internal clock. He reveals how time is experienced by the soul. Drawing on the wisdom literature that chronicles the ways of Buddhists, poets, and philosophers, one learns:
What it could mean to chart one's real past, unclouded by emotions
How memory can lie to us
Why we need not be obsessed with the future
How to experience time so that it is not an enemy robbing us of the joy of life
How to have more "nonpsychological time," or "time of the heart [that] does not move," such as moments of ecstasy or joy in which time is cut off from the physical world
How to experience the gifts of time
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