What People Are Saying About Transitory Nature
“Sue Hunt’s Transitory Nature is a boundary-transcending examination of the utmost necessity, for growing into conscious, aware, and honest human beings. Through examining language, identity, and levels of consciousness, Sue carries us beyond the all-encompassing dualities that plague even the most well meaning spiritual teachings. She suggests practices, new ways of using language, and methods for engaging in honest self-observation that together indicate an emerging spirituality for a new generation.” - Eddie Stern
“With Transitory Nature, Sue Hunt offers us a tangible methodology for living our practice in the world. Her groundbreaking approach to embodying a non-binary worldview and designing our consciousness is a wake-up call that will continue to shape the way we see and interact with the world." - Elena Brower, Bestselling Author of Practice You and Being You
With TRANSITORY NATURE, radical Buddhist and spiritual guide Sue Hunt walks readers through a nine-month Consciousness Design Process to dismantle Binary Worldview and challenge existing hierarchies of power. From our interactions with our inner selves, to how we interface with both the public sphere and our own intergenerational inheritance and cultural programming, Hunt shows how liberation lies in stepping into the contemplative vision of self and surrounding reality which she terms “non-binary worldview.”
Binary Worldview—the thinking that everything we encounter is either “this” or “that”—is the root cause of so much suffering, oppression, and inner and outer conflict in our world. Often, the polarization we see in the wider social structure is a projection of the same binaried schisms that live within each of us. Now, combining elements of Buddhist and yogic philosophy with a step-by-step constructive method, Hunt invites us to fully embody the both/and mentality that is the foundation of a more ethical life.
In this ultra-progressive moment, we are all being tasked with finding new ways of being and living together. This is evident in changes to how we communicate, in our relationships, and in shifting ideas about community wellness. In tandem with the rising chorus of voices challenging the status quo, and with rigorous attention and loving care, TRANSITORY NATURE offers up a new non-binary vernacular to describe where we are headed—as conscious individuals who are walking this path together.