Mark C. Brown has long been a student of enlightenment. And although he has now written a definitive book on the subject, he says that when it comes to living in an enlightened way, there is always room to grow.
Unlike his previous book on personal growth, Dr. Brown’s latest book, Live Like a Window, Work Like a Mirror: Enlightenment and the Practice of Eternity Consciousness, was not born from his years as a psychologist or from personal experience. “It just came to me, one of those fortuitous, life-enhancing insights we occasionally receive that I am more than happy to share.”
Of the title, he explains that living like a window means developing your ability to let go of even the most troubling thoughts, so that anything that comes into your mind passes easily out rather than intruding on your serenity. “An open window is simply a space through which anything can flow. This book shows you how to make that happen.”
He further explains that, where living like a window represents the