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Arthur Rosenfeld is an authority on the cultural, social and spiritual dimensions of Eastern thinking for a Western world. A Renaissance man, and philosopher, Rosenfeld is a contributor to national magazines including Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Parade, and has been seen on Fox News and other networks. Along with the Dalai Lama, he was a finalist for the prestigious Books For A Better Life award for his bestseller The Truth About Chronic Pain (Basic Books, May 2003) and has been cited in national media including Newsweek, Ebony and Parade. He is the author of The Cutting Season and The Crocodile And The Crane (October, 2007), and is also the penned several optioned motion picture screenplays, two non-fiction books, and eight novels, including the critically acclaimed work of magical realism A Cure For Gravity, and the hard-boiled mystery Diamond Eye, the first and only novel to be promoted by the federal government and sold on a government website.
Rosenfeld’s wisdom is hard-won. A high-level martial artist, he began his training in the 1980, enjoys a strong reputation, and an august martial lineage. A Yale graduate, he combines the scientific background and communication skills gained through post-graduate studies at Cornell and the University of California, with real-world savvy gleaned from creative, high-level corporate positions. Drawing on a background in medicine and science, he has engaged viewers of national television programs such as Fox and Friends, and touched seminar audiences including prison inmates, healthcare professionals, and captains of industry. At a time when wisdom and spirituality are the order of the day, his lively, inspirational workshops are popular from New York to San Francisco and Hawaii.