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      Books By Close Mandali

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      by Don Stevens. Hardcover, 173 pages. Don Stevens points up man’s ageless need for security, the unprecedented loss of the basis for it in recent decades, and the manner in which the inner values to sustain it can be reestablished...

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      by Don Stevens & Bhau Kalchuri. Softcover, 79 pages. Published 2005. A series of emails between Bhau Kalchuri and Don Stevens, discussing Baba's words and their interpretation of them.

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      Fifteen Essays by Don Stevens & Companions.Softcover, 197 pages. From a review by Ralph Lewis: “This is one of the most significant books ever written about the spiritual path. It is an in-depth profound exploration of how we obtain guidance...

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      Softcover, 234 pages.  This latest volume from Don Stevens, "Meher Baba's Word and His Three Bridges", is jam packed with deep sharing, emotionally charged issues, priceless stories, fantastic ideas, contemplative questions, and much more. The entire book is based on...

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      by Don Stevens. Softcover, 314 pages. Published 1999. Meher Baba the Awakener of the Age is a book divided into two sections. Part one presents a biographical sketch of Meher Baba’s life. Part two elucidates Don’s understanding of Meher Baba’s...

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      by Don Stevens. Softcover, 113 pages. Published 1995. Some Results recounts Don Stevens’ observations on the effect of Meher Baba over some decades on the lives of people Don had known intimately.

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      USED BOOK Compiled by Don Stevens. Hardcover, 191 pages. Published 1976. Stories of the New Life captured on audio tape, are transcribed here. With contributions from Eruch, Mani, Mehera, and Meheru.

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      Softcover, 133 pages.  In an interview with Wayne Smith, Don Stevens describes what he calls three daytime 'visions' he had while walking down the street: "I was walking, and suddenly, I was not in the city, but I was on--...