THESE DAYS PEOPLE everywhere are seeking alternatives to commonly accepted procedures, whether for personal care, business, politics, the environment, or just guidelines for living. In part, they feel an intuitive sense that there has to be something better than what conventional approaches offer—a conviction that another dimension to life has yet to be fully explored.
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