From Diversity to Unity: Return to the One Spiritual Source

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Hua-Ching Ni encourages each person to go beyond religion and theology in order to rediscover his or her own spiritual nature. He provides the tools with which one can unlock the spiritual treasures of the universe, lighting the way to internal and external harmony and fulfillment.
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Overview

Hua-Ching Ni encourages each person to go beyond religion and theology in order to rediscover his or her own spiritual nature. He provides the tools with which one can unlock the spiritual treasures of the universe, lighting the way to internal and external harmony and fulfillment.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780937064870
  • Publisher: SevenStar Communications Group
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Pages: 180
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.44 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Hua-Ching Ni is an author, teacher, a healer who addresses the essential nature of human life an assist’s people with personal growth and development. Having been raised in a long family tradition of healing and spirituality, Hua-Ching Ni spent his youth learning from highly achieved masters in the mountains of China. He is the beneficiary of a broad spiritual tradition passed down since the golden age of China.
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Table of Contents

1. Spiritual Cultivation of a Universal Life 1
2. The Unity and Divergence of the Human Spirit 9
3. The Truth is in Each Instant 15
4. The External Source of Human Spirituality: Religions Were Inspired by the Sky 23
5. The Pursuit of Spiritual Immortality 31
6. The Universal Divine One 35
7. Entering the Heart of the Universal Divine One 49
8. Yi, Hsi, Vi 55
9. The Truth is Greater Than One's Limited Perception 61
10. God is All Encompassing and All Pervasive 69
11. Cultural Integration and Spiritual Sublimation 81
12. The Internal Source of Human Spirituality: Soul and Ethics 87
13. When People Come Close to Nature, They Find the Source of Life: When They Cling to Religions, The World Falls Apart 101
14. The Impartial Unity 109
15. It is Wasteful to Live With Fantasy: It Is Economical to Live With Truth 115
16. The Truth is Always the Same, But the Mind Likes What is New 119
17. One Extreme Begets Another, But a Wise Person Maintains Poise 127
18. Freedom From Unnatural Religious Misconceptions Allows Natural Spiritual Health to Thrive 135
19. A Balanced Individual is a True Spiritual Model 145
20. The Need for Spiritual Liberation 151
21. Song of The Sublime Truth of the Universal Divine One 155
Glossary 177
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