Becoming Like God

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New in paperback, from the best-selling author of The Way, comes a revolutionary method for becoming all powerful. Written with extraordinary clarity, Michael Berg presents a logical approach to achieving our supreme birthright. In revealing this opportunity for humanity, Michael highlights ways to develop our natural God-like attributes and diminish the aspects of our nature that interfere with our destiny. In his succinct style, Michael provides the answer to the eternal question of why we are here: to become ...
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Overview

New in paperback, from the best-selling author of The Way, comes a revolutionary method for becoming all powerful. Written with extraordinary clarity, Michael Berg presents a logical approach to achieving our supreme birthright. In revealing this opportunity for humanity, Michael highlights ways to develop our natural God-like attributes and diminish the aspects of our nature that interfere with our destiny. In his succinct style, Michael provides the answer to the eternal question of why we are here: to become like God.
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"This book is a letter addressed to a prison. It is a strange kind of prison, because in this prison there are mountains and rivers and sunsets. There are cathedrals and teepees, people sleeping in boxes and split level houses with bicycles in the driveway…. The prison has no name, but over the years, its inmates came up with one and the name stuck. They call it Life." Michael Berg's accessible interpretations of Jewish cabbalistic wisdom have gained him a wide following that includes celebrities such as Madonna, Mike Jagger, and the king of Morocco. Becoming God describes how readers can break free of "ego nature" to achieve total joy and complete immortality. Though based on ancient, esoteric texts, Berg's aphoristic message sounds thoroughly contemporary.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459617537
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/21/2011
  • Pages: 180
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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