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Part One of the book identifies the implosion of our dualistic ways of understanding and interpreting reality and of naming our God. It explores the recent discoveries in the scientific community that have directly impacted this implosion and, in the light of the changes these invite in our understanding of reality, suggests the need for new religious metaphors and symbols.
Part Two of the book concretely engages the new. The author invites the reader to let go of a God image "above" or "beyond" us and to embrace one that experiences "presence," at-onement, the flow of Love as the energy that courses through the universe rather than "acting on it" from above.
Posted February 20, 2010
In only 76 pages, Barbara Fiand's marvelous correlation of her fields of knowledge reconditions traditional beliefs for the age of quantum physics. She does this in language that is both clear and uplifting for "seekers of the More."Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.