"Sluyter is in the grand tradition of authors who interpret traditional enlightenment teachings and apply them to modern Western life. … A rare combination of insight, clarity, wit, and pragmatic common sense."
— L.A. YOGA
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"In his friendly, easygoing style, Dean Sluyter shows how to surf even the biggest waves of powerful emotions. A delightful and necessary guide to staying sane in these 'interesting times.' ”
— Lyn Genelli, marriage and family therapist, author of Death at the Movies
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"Dean Sluyter dispels many myths about meditation with clarity, eloquence, and insight. Without recourse to spiritual cliche or jargon, he shows that meditation is natural and effortless, and can be practiced by anyone who simply wishes to avail themselves of the peace that lies in the depths of their being at all times and under all circumstances."
– Rupert Spira, author Presence and The Ashes of Love
"Entertaining and thoughtful in turn, Cinema Nirvana compels you to watch the movies in the way a buddha might see them."
– Stephen Batchelor, author of Buddhism Without Beliefs
"You're not in for one hand clapping. Rather, it's both hands clapping for joy."
— The New York Times
"A brilliant, funny, profound, and crazy vision of the sacredness in everyday life."
— Jane Cavolina, author of Growing Up Catholic