Jedi Mastery

Jedi Mastery

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by Matthew Vossler
     
 
“Have I not said ye are gods?”

—Jesus the Christ

If you read the first two Jedi manuals in this series, you have by now figured out that these manuals are designed for more than those who want to be Jedi Knights, but are for anyone who wants to improve and become a better person.

If the first book in the series is an overview, and the second

Overview

“Have I not said ye are gods?”

—Jesus the Christ

If you read the first two Jedi manuals in this series, you have by now figured out that these manuals are designed for more than those who want to be Jedi Knights, but are for anyone who wants to improve and become a better person.

If the first book in the series is an overview, and the second one is incisive, this third book is more comprehensive.

Some reading these books may already be accomplished Jedi; persons whose lives take them into danger on a daily basis in service to others. Jedi Mastery: Path of the Immortals takes us on another journey in the process of making more of ourselves, being happier, more whole individuals and making a more positive impact on our world.

The ancient sage, Nostradamus, prophesized a “religion in the name of the seas,” or the Force; a universal oneness. The ideas of Jediism blend well with other major religious teachings and supports the idea of a universal church. It may or may not retain the name, "Jedi," but it truly is, the religion of the seas.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781613920213
Publisher:
Oaklight Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
08/22/2011
Pages:
132
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.31(d)

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Jedi Mastery: Path of the Immortals 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Raizel More than 1 year ago
For those interested in the spirituality of Jediism, this is a great book. Start with Mr. Vossler's other books first, though, as this is a follow-up to those editions.