How Long Is Now?: A Journey to Enlightenment…and Beyond by Timothy Freke


In this unique and exhilarating book, standup philosopher Tim Freke shows you how to be spiritually awake in the perpetual now, while also passionately engaging with the adventure of life.

Tim shares his own amazing journey to the ecstasy of oneness and the bliss of big love, inviting you to explore the “real world” of meaning, miracles, and magic.

He offers astonishing insights and powerful wake-up techniques, clarifies common misunderstandings about what it is to be “spiritual,” and presents an extraordinary new understanding of death and immortality.

Full of warmth, laughter, tears, vitality, and style, this book is a breathtaking tour de force that will help you appreciate the mystery of the moment and enjoy the time of your life.

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Bestselling Author

Tim has an honours degree in philosophy and is an internationally respected authority on world spirituality. He is the author of over thirty books that have established his reputation as a scholar and free-thinker. He became well known for his groundbreaking work on Christian Gnosticism with his close friend Peter Gandy, including The Jesus Mysteries, which was a top 10 best-seller in the UK and USA, and a ‘Book of the Year’ in the UK Daily Telegraph.

Some of his books which appear on this blog are:
The Gospel of the Second Coming View Here

The Mystery Experience: A Revolutionary Approach to Spiritual Awakening
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Tim Freke How Long Is Now?


Interview with Tim Freke the standup philosopher, author of How Long Is Now?

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