The Echo Of Eternal Awareness

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The Echo Of Eternal Awareness

Author : Misha Ashoorian
ISBN : 097975190X
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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SUPERANNO It's a conversation with beautiful passages and uncommon information about creation, religion, philosophies, metaphysics, humanity, and the connection with divine intelligence--spoken in a simple, down to earth, yet eloquent manner. Descriptions of Native American thought, the alchemy of Jesus turning human hearts and souls to better than gold, premonitions and dreams coming true, hope for our individual and planet's future in Aquarian Age, are a small portion of the rich, provocative, and inspiring material.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Eternal Echoes

Author : Vijay Singal
ISBN : 9788183284233
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Let there be Divine awareness! Eternal echoes is reflective of man's journey on his eternal quest—to know and experience the Supreme Power. These simple yet powerful meditative thoughts touch our inner being and take us a step closer towards ourselves.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Echoes Of Eternal Longings

Author : Brigitte Arora
ISBN : 9781482870046
Genre : Poetry
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If you only knew that the endless ache within is your unknown longing for methough you know it not and go seeking outward for My substitute. You wander far and wide searching for the source of My siren call. You need but ask and I your most beloved shall come to lead you back to Me. Poetry is the natural form in which an overflowing Heart expresses itself, whether it is love for another human being or to express the longing for Divine contact with a higher power. Poetry that comes from the Flow of Divine Inspiration is one of the ways that the Soul communicates its presence to those who are yearning to unite with their Higher Self--their Soul. Man has always searched for something that is higher than him self. He has always looked outward for an entity that he could worship as a goda power that would protect and help him whenever he was in need. As mankind evolved spiritually, some began to hear a silent call coming from within, deep-seated echoes of unexplainable calls of yearning that would unexpectedly surge up within, giving rise to restlessness and unexplainable longings. Throughout mankinds history there were always a few who came to understand that these calls were intimations from the Soul prompting Man to go in search of himself. And through his seeking, find the reason for his journeys into time and duality and the immortal roots of his Beingness.
Category: Poetry

The Nature Of Consciousness

Author : Rupert Spira
ISBN : 9781684030026
Genre : Self-Help
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“I’ve gained deeper understanding listening to Rupert Spira than I have from any other exponent of modern spirituality. Reality is sending us a message we desperately need to hear, and at this moment no messenger surpasses Spira and the transformative words in his essays.” —Deepak Chopra, author of You Are the Universe, Spiritual Solutions, and Super Brain Our world culture is founded on the assumption that the Big Bang gave rise to matter, which in time evolved into the world, into which the body was born, inside which a brain appeared, out of which consciousness at some late stage developed. As a result of this “matter model,” most of us believe that consciousness is a property of the body. We feel that it is “I,” this body, that knows or is aware of the world. We believe and feel that the knowing with which we are aware of our experience is located in and shares the limits and destiny of the body. This is the fundamental presumption of mind and matter that underpins almost all our thoughts and feelings and is expressed in our activities and relationships. The Nature of Consciousness suggests that the matter model has outlived its function and is now destroying the very values it once sought to promote. For many people, the debate as to the ultimate reality of the universe is an academic one, far removed from the concerns and demands of everyday life. After all, life happens independently of our models of it. However, The Nature of Consciousness will clearly show that the materialist paradigm is a philosophy of despair and, as such, the root cause of unhappiness in individuals. It is a philosophy of conflict and, as such, the root cause of hostilities between families, communities, and nations. Far from being abstract and philosophical, its implications touch each one of us directly and intimately. An exploration of the nature of consciousness has the power to reveal the peace and happiness that truly lie at the heart of experience. Our experience never ceases to change, but the knowing element in all experience—consciousness, or what we call “I”—itself never changes. The knowing with which all experience is known is always the same knowing. Being the common, unchanging element in all experience, consciousness does not share the qualities of any particular experience: it is not qualified, conditioned, or limited by experience. The knowing with which a feeling of loneliness or sorrow is known is the same knowing with which the thought of a friend, the sight of a sunset, or the taste of ice cream is known. Just as a screen is never disturbed by the action in a movie, so consciousness is never disturbed by experience; thus it is inherently peaceful. The peace that is inherent in us—indeed that is us—is not dependent on the situations or conditions we find ourselves in. In a series of essays that draw you, through your own direct experience, into an exploration of the nature of this knowing element that each of us calls “I,” The Nature of Consciousness posits that consciousness is the fundamental reality of the apparent duality of mind and matter. It shows that the overlooking or ignoring of this reality is the root cause of the existential unhappiness that pervades and motivates most people’s lives, as well as the wider conflicts that exist between communities and nations. Conversely, the book suggests that the recognition of the fundamental reality of consciousness is the first step in the quest for lasting happiness and the foundation for world peace.
Category: Self-Help

Eternal Echoes

Author : John O'Donohue
ISBN : 9781446436837
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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There is a divine restlessness in the human heart today, an eternal echo of longing that lives deep within us and never lets us settle for what we have or where we are. Now, in this exquisitely crafted, inspirational book, John O'Donohue explores that most basic of human desires - the desire to belong. It is a desire that constantly draws us towards new possibilities of self-discovery, friendship and creativity. In Eternal Echoes John O'Donohue embarks upon a journey of discovery into the heart of our post-modern world - a hungry, homeless world that suffers from a deep sense of isolation and fragmentation. With the thousand-year-old shelter of divine belonging now shattered, we seem to have lost our way in this magical, wondrous universe. Here, as we explore perennial themes and gain insight from a range of ancient beliefs, we draw inspiration from Ireland's rich spiritual heritage of Celtic thought and imagination. It is a heritage of profound, mystical wisdom that will open pathways to peace and contentment, and lead us to live with creativity, honour and compassion the one life that has been given to us. Destined to become a timeless classic of vision and hope, this is an imaginative tour de force by one of today's most inspirational writers.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Echoes Of A Vision Of Paradise Volume 2

Author : Frank Scott
ISBN : 9781504342537
Genre : Self-Help
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Volume 2 This ascension may be greatly accelerated when accomplished in a divine relationship, an eternal companionship created originally by God between the two Soul-possessing Spirit beings in the beginning that has no beginning. The path to eternal companionship begins with two individuals—in the role of a man and a woman—following whatever script, costumes, and props he or she may be using in the theater of life. To simplify the journey as we search for the Truth, the individual—regardless of roles and scripts, costumes and props—must remember and return to his or her Higher Self, the (human) Soul-possessing Spirit (gated and modulated) being’s state, the fifth dimension of awareness. The individual must detach himself or herself from the ascribed value system that has been applied up until then in life. It is God the Creator who brings the shifts in our conscious awareness and the blessings of the Spirit (imperceptible fields of activities at first) that are continuously expressed in daily life, opportunities or concepts that bring closure to a project, recoveries from illnesses, the finding of one’s way in difficult situations, and conflict resolutions when all appears lost.
Category: Self-Help

The Echo Of Silence

Author : Alan E. Carman
ISBN : 9781426941030
Genre : Fiction
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In the year 2035, scientist Ewing is the last person left alive on earth. With an all-encompassing mantle of ice overtaking the planet, he has just three days of energy left; then, he too, will succumb, just as the others. Hes the only one able to communicate the final episode in humanitys long, sad story. In the time he has left, Ewing examines the main causes that are responsible for the planets demise. How did mans undisciplined actions jeopardize the future of his planet? The Echo of Silence addresses these issues and is an in-depth consideration of God, creation, and the time continuum. This narrative covers the birth of the universe, the origins of man, and the inept stewardship of the planet. It discusses the two most powerful and destructive factions that kept the masses in a perpetual state of confusion and doubt over the source of creation. It shows how the debate, lasting four hundred years, was self-defeating, as neither science nor religion could claim ownership of the genesis until they recognized the omnipotent nature and true function of the time continuum.
Category: Fiction

Dream Medicine

Author : Henry Reed
ISBN : 9781929841189
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"Father of the modern dreamwork movement" describes his research on the use of dreams in self-help, creativity, relationships, spirituality and culture, including incubation, remembering, interpretation and application of dream insights. Author describes his spiritual healing in dreams from alcoholism, how dreams directed his dream research program, and taught him to paint. 119 illustrations.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Echoes Of Eternity

Author : Bham̐varamala Siṅghī
ISBN : UCAL:B3197644
Genre : Hindi poetry
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New Seeds Of Contemplation

Author : Thomas Merton
ISBN : 9780811219655
Genre : Philosophy
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One of the best-loved books by one of the great spiritual authors of our time, with a new introduction by best-selling author Sue Monk Kidd. New Seeds of Contemplation is one of Thomas Merton's most widely read and best-loved books. Christians and non-Christians alike have joined in praising it as a notable successor in the meditative tradition of St. John of the Cross, The Cloud of Unknowing, and the medieval mystics, while others have compared Merton's reflections with those of Thoreau. New Seeds of Contemplation seeks to awaken the dormant inner depths of the spirit so long neglected by Western man, to nurture a deeply contemplative and mystical dimension in our lives. For Merton, "Every moment and every event of every man's life on earth plants something in his soul. For just as the wind carries thousands of winged seeds, so each moment brings with it germs of spiritual vitality that come to rest imperceptibly in the minds and wills of men. Most of these unnumbered seeds perish and are lost, because men are not prepared to receive them: for such seeds as these cannot spring up anywhere except in the soil of freedom, spontaneity and love."
Category: Philosophy

The Thinking Christian

Author : Gene Wesley Marshall
ISBN : 9781532695247
Genre : Religion
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The practice of Christianity is going through a transition that is deeper than the Reformation. The Thinking Christian explores two main questions: (1) What is “religion” as a general social process that can link humans to Profound Reality, and (2) what is a meaningful and appropriate mode of Christian theologizing, communal life, and mission to this planet for a viable and vital next Christian practice? These are profound probes, and they are communal and activist guidelines for general readers. Such union of the profound and the practical pertains to the needs of scholars as well.
Category: Religion

The Essential Seyyed Hossein Nasr

Author : Seyyed Hossein Nasr
ISBN : 9781933316383
Genre : Religion
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This anthology of Seyyed Hossein Nasr's most representative essays, edited by William C. Chittick, distills the essence of this leading scholar's thoughts on the subjects of Islam, Sufism, Tradition, and the Environmental Crisis.
Category: Religion

Mystic Seed

Author : Roy K. Austin
ISBN : 9781412018821
Genre : Poetry
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A series of poems in simple settings, where many point beyond themselves to fundamental sage teaching, which include the awareness of the ego self as an illusion. A realisation of the one self of the world, deathlessness, timelessness, the unborn self of Buddhism and the lila/maya, (the illusory and playful nature of the divine as an insight of the upanishads). Wonder,according to Goethe, is the highest that man can achieve, faced with the infi nite and eternal. The mystical utterances of Christ as opposed to monotheistic belief. This author's web page has received a Vision Award! Visit it at An article by the Author TRUE MYSTICISM True mysticism can be defined as a classical or scholarly understanding, in contrast with it's much abused, popular use today, of any loose connection with the occult. I do not say that areas within paganism are completely devoid of divine awareness. To make this more explicit one might suggest a rather obvious comparison say between St John of the Cross to the contemporary figure of mystic Meg! Or witchcraft, Druid symbolism against The enlightenment of J Krishnamurti or Ramana Maharshi. If we draw on insight from Advaita/Vedanta or even the mystical utterances of Jesus the Nazarene, we may eventually arrive at the understanding, in knowledge and experiential terms, that ultimately in divine reality, only one thing, or rather 'no thing', actually 'is' or exists. (ie one existential 'no thing'). This discovery Turns our vision upside down, so to speak, or in Lao Tzu terms, the other way around, as Alan Watts would have it. Major religions are the cradles of mystical truth though they have often fought against it in their own particular midst. We have the Sufi mystics persecuted by mainstream Islam and Christians did the same to their mystics in history, often murdering them. Reminiscent of this is Jesus (the mystic) put to death by the church of his day for declaring not an heretical theology but simply what he felt. I personally sense Jesus as the embodiment of true mysticism, as he uttered what he felt that he was one with the all. A cosmic consciousness and the cosmic empathiser. Christendom seems to me to be a classic example of the disaster of emulation from trying to follow a teacher, rather than the teaching. 'When a finger points to moon, only fool looks at finger' and as Watts has said, Christians appear to suck it for comfort! 'You search the scriptures daily for you think you have life in them' said Jesus, pointing to their lack of inward life that they must turn the very scriptures into an idol. Monotheistic religions draw on divine transcendence while ignoring divine immanence. True mysticism is simple then. Simply the negation of all idolatry, both tangible and intangible, including biblical idolatry. It is also the various spiritual paths that lead us to self and no-self enquiry, where the ground of all may be touched. Alan Watts is correct to say, 'there is a taboo against knowing 'who' and 'what' we are'. A taboo that we are unaware of or that we tacitly ignore.
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ISBN : WISC:89067374702
Genre : Mormon Church
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The Need For A Sacred Science

Author : Seyyed Hossein Nasr
ISBN : 079141518X
Genre : Religion
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The meaning of a science rooted in the sacred, its contrast to modern science and its pertinence to us today.
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The Claim Of Morality

Author : Norman Hamilton Galloway Robinson
ISBN : UCAL:$B151969
Genre : Ethics
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Category: Ethics