off the EDGE LEARNING
& LIVING SPIRITUAL PRACTICE
S a n d y N
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friends of the Gathering:
Nathan has gifted the Gathering fifty copies of a special
Preview Edition of Stepping Off the Edge. This
is a high quality, trade paperback. Most of these books
were sold at Gathering 2005. A few copies are left.
Email Vicki Collins at
email@example.com to check availability and
get your copyif they're not all gone.
of the amount you pay for the book through this page goes
to benefit the Gathering.
NATHAN & BILL MILLER SIGN STEPPING OFF THE EDGE
at Gathering 2005
STEPPING OFF THE EDGE has won SIX NATIONAL AWARDS!
2007 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AWARDS in the New Age/Spirituality Category. FINALIST. Only three finalists are named in each category.
2007 IPPY AWARDS in Self Help Category. Bronze Metal.
2007 NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARDS, FINALIST in Memoir (First Runner Up), New Age (First Runner Up), & Spirituality
BEST BOOKS OF 2007, FINALIST IN MEMOIR (USA BOOK NEWS)
About STEPPING OFF THE EDGE:
you sick of the same old, same old life? Author Sandy
Nathan leaves the ordinary behind when she embarks on
a spiritual adventure with ancient roots. Alternately
funny, profound, beautiful, tragic, and inspiring, the
book includes a pilgrimage to a Native American retreat
in Tennessee's Cherokee National Forest. A powerful tale
of insight and spiritual unfolding, this book will take
you to new realms of thought and feeling.
Off the Edge: Learning & Living Spiritual Practice
uses concepts from philosophy, psychology, and a
number of world religions to tell a story aimed at answering
life's big questions: Why am I here? What does life mean?
Why do we suffer? Regardless of your religious affiliation
(or lack thereof), this book takes you to your spiritual
Illustrated with the author's drawings, Stepping Off
the Edge shows how to use your own spiritual and psychological
processes to break the knots in your life, helping you
turn out the way you've always wanted. Copies of this
book will be donated to support The Gathering, a retreat
produced by the Native American Ministries of the Holston
Conference of the United Methodist Church.
advanced degrees in Economics and Marriage, Family & Child
Counseling, author Sandy Nathan has been an economist,
teacher, and negotiation coach. A lifelong horsewoman,
she incorporates tales of the equine life in her writings.
She lives with her family at their California horse ranch,
Rancho Vilasa, where they produce, train, and love Peruvian
an afterword and exclusive interview with Bill Miller,
award winning Native American musician/speaker/artist
and the Gathering's spiritual leader.