Spirituality

Spirituality

Understanding It and Pursuing It

eBook - 2014
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This book starts with the idea that we are spiritual beings. As spirits, we have chosen to exist in physical bodies and live in a physical universe. We are doing this in order to explore the concepts of separation and limitation - two concepts that are totally opposite to our true nature. At this time, we have learned just about all we can from this physical experience and it will soon come to an end. As we approach the end of this experience, we are waking up and realizing that we are more than just our bodies. We are understanding that there is something non-physical or spiritual about us. In arriving at this realization, we begin to understand more of the Creator's plan and we can begin the process of returning to our true spiritual nature. The pursuit of spirituality, then, is the process of returning to our true spiritual nature, and this book explains many of the things we can do to accelerate that process.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2014
ISBN: 9780969892687
0969892683
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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Dec 17, 2015

“…I appreciated the straightforward way that complex concepts and ideas are presented here, one such example being the section on The Densification of Energy. Others chapters, including Energy and Vibration, and the Law of Attraction also make for fascinating reading, the latter idea explained in relation to quantum physics in a way that is both easy to grasp and compelling. This so called ‘manual’ on spirituality is the least dry, and most potentially uplifting, manual I’ve ever read…”
Bonnie Black, Assistant Editor, Vitality Magazine

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