Nebraska Authors

Diane Kennedy Pike

AKA: Mariamne Paulus

Born 1938 Norfolk, NE (USA)

Places Lived

New York, NY
Scottsdale, AZ

Author Of

  • Nonfiction




BA in Education, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
MA in English, Columbia University, New York, NY
Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
Pacific School of Religion, Berkley, CA
United States International University


High school teacher


Yin, Yang and You: The Forces of Co-Creation. 2011. (As Mariamne Paulus)
The House of Self. 2006. (As Mariamne Paulus)
Awakening to Wisdom. 2003. (As Mariamne Paulus)
Four Paths to Union. 2001. (As Mariamne Paulus)
Life As A Waking Dream. 1997. (Revised version, 2008)
The Process of Awakening. 1985.
The Love Project Way. 1980. (with Arleen Lorrance)
My Journey Into Self, Phase One. 1979.
Life Is Victorious! How to Grow Through Grief. 1976.
Cosmic Unfoldment: The Individualizing Process as Mirrored in the Life of Jesus. 1976.
Search. 2007.
The Other Side. 2007. (with James A. Pike)
Channeling Love Energy. 1974. (with Arleen Lorrance)
The Wilderness Revolt. 1972. (with R. Scott Kennedy)

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