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The Book of Light: The Nature of God, the Structure of Consciousness, and the Universe Within You

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2006

    The Book of Light

    The Book of Light is probably the best Kabbalahist descriptions of the creation of consciousness that I have ever read. The author writes in an easy to understand conversational tone taking the point of view of the I (the I am, the Alpha and the Omega) to describe the reason for the creation of consciousness and the gradual unfolding of the various dimensions. The author starts with the I discussing its existence and setting the stage for the purpose of consciousness. Next, this book describes the unfolding or Separation of the Waters where the plans and initial rules of energy are related. Finally, the author examines in depth how these aspects eventually made way for dimensions, how they exist, and what they represent. I was really impressed at how the author not only explained these normally complex concepts in a way that beginners would have no trouble understanding but also managed to keep the concepts fully intact without any generalizations or reduction of the material. I was also impressed that the author managed to do so in a very precise well thought out manner that takes the reader from very simple ideas to much more complex aspects without overwhelming the reader with buzz words or overly large amounts of text.

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