believe that spirituality is not just for eggheads, the really pious, or
the really desperate. In
fact, it is a practical approach to everyday life.
Each of them came to this conclusion using a different side of
Coyne (pictured on
right) is an ordained interfaith minister and is a graduate Smith College.
She is the author of Your Life’s Work: A Guide to Creating a
Spiritual and Successful Work Life (Berkley, April 1998).
In addition to her writing, Tami counsels clients on career and
life development. She lives in New York City with her husband and
on left) holds a Ph.D. in engineering from Princeton University.
Before becoming an author she spent over a decade as a research
scientist working on noise and vibration problems in everything from
consumer products to NASA’s spacecraft launches. The more she studied physical phenomena, the more she was
convinced that the same "energy" drives everything. She lives in New York City with her husband.
chicks met in 1994 through Concept-Therapy,
a metaphysically-oriented course of study which stresses the underlying
unity between science and spirituality and offers practical solutions to
Realizing that right-brainers and left-brainers have more in
common than they thought, the two began collaborating in 1999, offering
their own brand of funky, real-life spiritual attitude to the world at