Did you know that the most creative meditation centers have centralized bathrooms? That long meditation retreats are a terrible idea? That a visible spiritual practice is an essential component of a sustainable personal brand?
From Tutteji Wachtmeister, hailed as ”the most innovative spiritual teacher of our time” and ”the thinking man’s Ken Wilber” comes a sparkling and revelatory look at the new face of spirituality. Shattering the myths of traditional Buddhism and everything ”integral”, Tutteji demonstrates that spirituality is not about otherworldly ”insights” possessed by the lucky few. It’s a variety of distinct thought processes and marketing strategies that we can all learn to use more effectively. Tutteji reveals the importance of embracing the Market, stop unproductive thinking, and the art of productive daydreaming, then he takes us out of our own heads to show how his ”Final turning of the Dharma Wheel” can make our spiritual practice more effective, our lives more satisfying, and our companies more productive. We’ll learn about how neurobiology has revealed the secrets of success. We’ll meet a Tibetan lama who thinks like an entrepreneur, and an autistic Zen Master with a sex life most people could only dream of.
Imagine. How Spirituality Works reveals the potential of spirituality 2.0 and its essential role in our increasingly complex world. An excellent introduction to the work of the “coolest spiritual master in the universe”, and a must-read for serious students of transintegral and entrepreneurial spirituality.
Tutteji’s new book confirms what his students have known all along – that he knows more about spirituality than most gurus, roshis and rinpoches, and probably more about marketing than anyone else.
– Jonathan Harker, author of Approaching the Singularity
Tutteji Wachtmeister Dai Osho may be the most talented explainer of consciousness and spirituality that we’ve got. This lucid explication of what is generally regarded as the final turning of the Dharma makes Imagine his best and most accessible book yet.
—Quincey Morris, author of Meetings With Remarkable Entrepreneurs