The Unnamed Kaliana Way: A Manual for the Interior Life
The Five Basics found here are like morsels of nourishment in your knapsack for a monumental mountain climb. Only, the terrain is far wilder and untamed, you don't have to lift a finger to take the first step, and the reward is greater than any sunset summit view.
Kemper, you might say, is a connoisseur of consciousness, and a committed traveler on the road of healing and liberation. He has found a unique way of delivering his own theories and methods in a practical and insightful way that both honors the ancient esoteric wisdom teachings and updates them for relevance in our world.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:
“Kemper continuously exhorts us to be present, but it never gets tiresome because every day he articulates it in a new and beautiful way.”
—David P, Boulder CO
“The teachings that this book contains have unlocked the chains of depression, physical pain, and relationship heartache that I have carried in my life. I am so grateful for this work!”
—Monica K, Westminster CO
“Kemper has written a beautiful book which will make you think, open your heart, and maybe even bring you to shed a tear or two. I am so fortunate to have met him on my journey.”
—Leslie S, Boulder CO
Meditations of a Married Monk
Meditations of a Married Monk is an intimate, inside-look at the blessings and rewards, challenges and growing-edges, of being married and being a monk at the same time. Kemper provides insightful anecdotes from his own monastic process and practice, details of his unique and unconventional marriage, some journal entries he's recorded along the way, and philosophical support for such a counter-cultural way of living.
Everyone will find something of value--whether monk or not, married or not--because one of the primary thrusts of the book is an invitation to recognize that we are always alone and never alone, with pointings to the possibility of a deeper union with self and other.