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The Cosmos Of Soul

Author : Patricia Cori
ISBN : 9781556438622
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The first of the pioneering trilogy, The Sirian Revelations, offers cosmic wisdom to help humankind realize its highest potential. The Cosmos of Soul offers a bracing tonic to the shadow of war, disease, and other grim phenomena of contemporary life. The solution, according to noted clairvoyant Patricia Cori, is to awaken into the richer, more meaningful, and empowered existence that is our true fate. Through her psychic contacts with more evolved beings, Cori offers timely insights into the ethics of cloning, the dangers of the Internet, the truth about the AIDS virus, genetic engineering, and other information. Of special interest are the author’s predictions of what to expect after 2012, the closing of the Mayan Calendar—a time of galactic events that may change life forever.

Physician Of The Soul Healer Of The Cosmos

Author : Lawrence Fine
ISBN : 0804748268
Genre : History
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Isaac Luria (1534-1572) is one of the most extraordinary and influential mystical figures in the history of Judaism, a visionary teacher who helped shape the course of nearly all subsequent Jewish mysticism. Given his importance, it is remarkable that this is the first scholarly work on him in English. Most studies of Lurianic Kabbalah focus on Luria’s mythic and speculative ideas or on the ritual and contemplative practices he taught. The central premise of this book is that Lurianic Kabbalah was first and foremost a lived and living phenomenon in an actual social world. Thus the book focuses on Luria the person and on his relationship to his disciples. What attracted Luria’s students to him? How did they react to his inspired and charismatic behavior? And what roles did Luria and his students see themselves playing in their collective quest for repair of the cosmos and messianic redemption?

The Soul Among The Cosmos The Heavens And Earth

Author : Richard Anciso
ISBN : 9781477254448
Genre : Poetry
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The book deals with the soul of one man out of the approximately seven billion souls on the earth. The struggles and thoughts that course through his mind as he goes about living and worshipping God trying to help other souls that might be having a hard time and let them know that they are not alone. And to remind ourselves that there is family, humor, thoughts of God and the world around everyone of us because everyone has a story to tell or a poem to be written. And if we happen to come across those stories or poems and take them into our souls we might be better persons because of it.

The Soul Of The Cosmos Beyond The Understanding Of Only Science

Author : Pratyush Singh
ISBN : 1646786017
Genre : Religion
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The soul of the cosmos is about the origin of life on earth and the real soul of the cosmos. It explains the mysteries and the misunderstandings of the vast number of these religions. Each follower is wholly devoted to his faith, so devoted that he can take the life of another devotee of different religion. Why isn't this bothering us as much as it should be? We all believe that our religion is mighty big, but how did so many faiths come into play? What was the need to create so many religions when we all ultimately aim to reach the same destination? To answer these mysteries, I studied these religions, and I am sure that one will be surprised to know the underlying truth beneath each of these faiths is completely unexplainable and is a feat no man can achieve. To understand the possibilities of different realities posed by these devotions, I came to the conclusion that these religions were established by the one great god who is the soul of the whole cosmos. These religions were established by him for the sake of his children. It answers the undying questions of why different religions were established, why some people call it Valhalla and some say Swarg and under what circumstances these religions were gifted to the world.

Soul Survivors

Author : Carlyle Fielding Stewart
ISBN : 0664256066
Genre : Religion
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This perceptive study of African American spirituality sees the experience of the African American church as an example for all other peoples in their struggles for liberation from the world's shackles.

Philo Of Alexandria And The Timaeus Of Plato

Author : David T. Runia
ISBN : 9004074775
Genre : Philosophy
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Soul The Quality Of Life

Author : Alice A Bailey
ISBN : 0853301328
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This compilation from the books of Alice Bailey seeks to increase understanding of the immortal soul, addressing it’s many aspects under sixty two headings. The creative nature of the Soul: On its own plane, the soul knows no separation, and the factor of synthesis governs all soul relations. The soul is occupied not only with the form that the vision of its objective may take, but with the quality or the meaning which that vision veils or hides. The soul knows the Plan; its form, outline, methods and objective are known. Through the use of the creative imagination, the soul creates; it builds thought-forms on the mental plane and objectifies desire on the astral plane. It proceeds then to externalise its thought and its desire upon the physical plane through applied force, creatively actuated by the imagination of the etheric or vital vehicle. Yet because the soul intelligence, motivated by love, it can (within the realised synthesis which governs its activities) analyse, discriminate and divide. The soul likewise aspires to that which is greater than itself, and reaches out to the world of divine ideas, and thus itself occupies a midway position between the world of ideation and the world of forms, This is its difficulty and its opportunity.

Empowering Your Soul

Author : Glenys-Kay
ISBN : 9781452507569
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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We are on a fascinating journey of life, of living, and of learning to create for ourselves the life we always wanted: a life that fits neatly around the "health, wealth, and happiness" that most of us have always been striving for. Why haven't we been able to create this life? What has prevented us from having this mythical health, wealth, and happiness? Some have it and then lose it or throw it away. So often we either can't create it, or we lose it because we have had absolutely no idea of how the energies of life work. This is what this book is all about helping you to understand how life works, and in that place you can then create your dreams. You become empowered to make better choices. Not everyone comprehends the very basic foundation of life: that we do create the reality in which we live. When you read this book, you will understand just how important this is. It is a valuable read for all those seeking answers to the meaning of life. We need this information to enable us to better understand and live in the new future we are in the process of creating.

Philosophia Perennis

Author : Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggemann
ISBN : 9781402030673
Genre : Philosophy
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The study features the five most important and most efficacious themes of Western spirituality in their ancient historical origins and in their unfolding up to early modernity: Divine names, Microkosmos-Makrokosmos, theories of creation, the idea of spiritual spaces, and the concepts of eschatological history.

The Early History Of Heaven

Author : J. Edward Wright
ISBN : 0195348494
Genre : History
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When we think of "heaven," we generally conjure up positive, blissful images. Heaven is, after all, where God is and where good people go after death to receive their reward. But how and why did Western cultures come to imagine the heavenly realm in such terms? Why is heaven usually thought to be "up there," far beyond the visible sky? And what is the source of the idea that the post mortem abode of the righteous is in this heavenly realm with God? Seeking to discover the roots of these familiar notions, this volume traces the backgrounds, origin, and development of early Jewish and Christian speculation about the heavenly realm -- where it is, what it looks like, and who its inhabitants are. Wright begins his study with an examination of the beliefs of ancient Israel's neighbors Egypt and Mesopotamia, reconstructing the intellectual context in which the earliest biblical images of heaven arose. A detailed analysis of the Hebrew biblical texts themselves then reveals that the Israelites were deeply influenced by images drawn from the surrounding cultures. Wright goes on to examine Persian and Greco-Roman beliefs, thus setting the stage for his consideration of early Jewish and Christian images, which he shows to have been formed in the struggle to integrate traditional biblical imagery with the newer Hellenistic ideas about the cosmos. In a final chapter Wright offers a brief survey of how later Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions envisioned the heavenly realms. Accessible to a wide range of readers, this provocative book will interest anyone who is curious about the origins of this extraordinarily pervasive and influential idea.

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