Jane Harper


"This is a serious book.
Be ready to stretch
your concepts, open your mind and maybe even change your ideas about who you are and your purpose in life."




Jane E. Harper

It isn't shyness

Introverts gain energy when they are alone, and are able to spend time in the inner world of the mind.

Extroverts gain energy by being out and about, interacting with others, and having new experiences. They usually find time alone under-stimulating.
I'm Not Shy. I'm Introverted and It's perfectly Normal
CLICK HERE to download a free brochure to help you explain your temperament to others.
Comments & Questions for Jane

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

The Universe Within Us


What am I? What is the purpose of my life? Is there life after death? If I am a spiritual being, why must I go through this physical life? If God exists, why do bad things happen? What is heaven? What is hell?

Traditionally, the answers to these questions have been the province of clergy, scholars, and scientists. The rest of us are discouraged from troubling ourselves with such complex, even unanswerable, questions. If the expert’s answers are unsatisfactory, well, that’s just because some things have to be accepted on faith or it’s all just too complicated.

I decided to try to answer them anyway, to my own satisfaction. And here is what I discovered:
• These questions can be answered.
• All the information you need is available to anyone who wants it.
• You don’t need anyone’s permission to tackle these questions.

And I am here to tell you that these questions—and their answers—are nobody’s province and everybody’s province. I have done my research, studying both the sciences and the sacred texts of the world’s great religions. The Universe Within Us is a record of what I have found.

 Human Development


"The greatest cause of bereavement and disheartening in the world of humanity
is ignorance based upon blind imitation.
It is due to this that wars and battles prevail;
from this cause hatred and animosity arise continually among mankind.”

Abdu’l-Bahá, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 291

Jane Harper               jane@janeeharper.com


WEB DESIGN: SHUR COMMUNICATIONS • ©2010 Lauren Chuslo-Shur • P.O. Box 1023, Exeter NH 02883 • 603.778.9170 • CONTACT US