Digging for Heart

A Meditation on Connections Between Archaeology, True Nature of the Self, and Heart-Centered Practice
  • Jami Macarty


To the extent there is a central argument in this chapter, it is that all archaeology can be as much about the discovery of the true nature of the self as it is about the discovery of ancient and material worlds.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jami Macarty
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  1. 1.Simon Fraser University (Creative Writing Program) & Integrative Restoration InstituteBurnabyCanada

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