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ABOUT

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Garth J. Hallett holds an MA in political science from the University of Connecticut. He is a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), who writes and works in the ever-dynamic field of information technology.
Garth is the author of Guideposts to the Heart: Observations from the Spiritual Path (June 2011) and Humanity at the Crossroads: Technological Progress, Spiritual Evolution, and the Dawn of the Nuclear Age (June 2015).
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Guideposts to the Heart:
Observations from the Spiritual Path
His spiritual quest began in earnest during his early-to-mid twenties, when he became an avid practitioner of insight meditation, and of the teachings and techniques of Paramahansa Yogananda, as imparted through The Self-Realization Fellowship Lessons. He came to experience, through his dedicated efforts, and through the insistent promptings of an evidently cooperative universe, the shock and wonder of a kundalini awakening.
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Humanity at the Crossroads

Technological Progress, Spiritual Evolution, and the Dawn of the Nuclear

Humanity now stands at a crossroads between a world of unimaginable wonders and one of the unprecedented terrors. The choices we make now will determine not only the shape of our future but whether there will be, for us as a species, a future at all. But, if we are at such a crossroads, are we even properly aware of it? Governed by instincts rooted in the past, are we prepared to see what we need to see, to do what we need to do? As technology evolves, so must we; but how and in what direction? Are we unavoidably fated to trade liberty for security in ridding the world of terror and war? Humanity at the Crossroads attempts to answer all of these critical questions while opening the dialogue for further debate. It arrives, in the process, at the startling conclusion that the very technology which threatens to destroy us, not merely its more favorable offshoots, is itself the catalyst for that better world we may yet hope to inhabit.
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