Mariana Caplan responds to the challenge of spiritual authority by suggesting the principle and practice of conscious disciplineship model that places the power and responsibility back into the hands and hearts of the spiritual student
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Caplan is a trained cultural anthrolopologist and therapist. She is a student of the Western Baul (Hindu-based tradition) but is widely versed in other forms of spirituality. Her books have been published by a small press in the US to date; Hohm Press. Her latest book, Halfway Up the Mountain, has been extremely influential and fostered widespread debate. US sales figures are modest because Hohm Press is not a major publisher. Her work has only been distributed in the UK. She is based in California.
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