Friendlier title, same great work!
Spirituality for Dummies is now Spirituality for Everyone.
"If you feel empty inside (and not because it's been six hours since your last burrito), it might be time to search for the meaning of life in Spirituality for Dummies (now Spirituality for Everyone). This chunky primer provides a comprehensive rundown of the existential questions that Eastern spirituality aims to answer. Even skeptics can gain self-knowledge from the thought and visualization exercises strewn throughout the audiobook that demonstrate how to take a positive view of negative experiences and let go of emotional baggage - like going to a therapist but cheaper." (The Village Voice)
"A Mecca for those who are sincerely seeking the genuine meaning and practice of spirituality. Sharon Janis fuses mystical insights drawn from the east/west approaches, resulting in a volume that opens the heart, exhilarates the mind, and inflames the soul. No matter upon which rung of the spiritual ladder you now stand, expect to be catapulted to the next level of awareness through practice of the wisdom-offerings in this scripture of Truth." (Reverend Dr. Michael Beckwith)
"This audiobook bridges the gap between conventional experience and the spiritual life. Spirituality for Dummies gives practical advice for entering the path of spirituality, borrowing wisdom from a host of religious, philosophical, and comedic traditions. Insightful, wise, and humorous, this audiobook can and should be read by all, from novice to saint!" (Dr. Christopher Key Chapple, Loyola Marymount University)
"This insightful spiritual treatise definitely is not for dummies: This primer provides a general overview of spiritual knowledge and awareness, and offers specific spiritual exercises and principles designed to expand one's universal consciousness. Author Sharon Janis fuses mystical traditions with 'new thought' to encourage individuals to see beyond mere appearances and use intuitive perceptions to comprehend the spiritual laws at work behind the outer conditions in their lives." (The Sacramento Bee book review)