The Surrender Experiment: My Journey Into Life’s Perfection

Michael A. Singer, author of The Untethered Soultells the extraordinary story of what happened when, after a deep spiritual awakening, he decided to let go of his personal preferences and simply let life call the shots.

As Singer takes you on this great experiment and journey into life’s perfection, the events that transpire will both challenge your deepest assumptions about life and inspire you to look at your own life in a radically different way.

Spirituality is meant to bring about harmony and peace. But the diversity of our philosophies, beliefs, concepts, and views about the soul often leads to confusion.

To reconcile the noise that clouds spirituality, Michael Singer combines accounts of his own life journey to enlightenment – from his years as a hippie-loner to his success as a computer program engineer to his work in spiritual and humanitarian efforts – with lessons on how to put aside conflicting beliefs, let go of worries, and transform misdirected desires.

Singer provides a road map to a new way of living not in the moment, but to exist in a state of perpetual happiness.

Michael A. Singer

Michael A. Singer

Michael A. Singer is the author of #1 New York Times bestseller The Untethered Soul and New York Times bestseller The Surrender Experiment, which have been published worldwide. He had a deep inner awakening in 1971 while working on his doctorate in economics and went into seclusion to focus on yoga and meditation. In 1975, he founded Temple of the Universe, a now long-established yoga and meditation center where people of any religion or set of beliefs can come together to experience inner peace. He is also the creator of a leading-edge software package that transformed the medical practice management industry, and founding CEO of a billion dollar public company whose achievements are archived in the Smithsonian Institution. Along with his nearly five decades of spiritual teaching, Michael has made major contributions in the areas of business, education, healthcare, and environmental protection.

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