Love of Mother Universe

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Before life was formed, was there any race or skin color? What passport did one hold? Was anything right or wrong? Reflecting on these questions may help you to fully experience your life as a human on Earth. As a child of the Mother Universe you may come to understand that the identity you have insisted upon is a very limited view of life. This book introduces the Mother Universe as the spiritual foundation for a global society that honors her natural rhythms, subtle laws and sacred unity. The words and prayers ...
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Overview

Before life was formed, was there any race or skin color? What passport did one hold? Was anything right or wrong? Reflecting on these questions may help you to fully experience your life as a human on Earth. As a child of the Mother Universe you may come to understand that the identity you have insisted upon is a very limited view of life. This book introduces the Mother Universe as the spiritual foundation for a global society that honors her natural rhythms, subtle laws and sacred unity. The words and prayers contained herein will help free your mind from its conceptual bondage and connect you to the wholeness of the Mother.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781887575263
  • Publisher: SevenStar Communications Group
  • Publication date: 10/27/2008
  • Pages: 261
  • Sales rank: 1,440,558
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Raised in a traditional Chinese family of healing and spirituality spanning an unbroken succession of 74 generations, author Hua-Ching Ni is a well-respected doctor of traditional Chinese medicine, a universal spiritual teacher, and author of over 50 books in English. His son and contributing author, Dr. Maoshing Ni, is a highly regarded traditional Chinese medical physician in Los Angeles, and is a best-selling author as well. 'Dr. Mao' and his brother Dr. Daoshing Ni are the founders of the acclaimed Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles.
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Table of Contents

Preface xv

Introduction xvix

Part I A Bright World Begins with Observing the Mind

Chapter 1 For What Would We Like to Prepare? 2

Chapter 2 The Common Disadvantages of the Mind 5

Chapter 3 The Use of Consciousness 14

Chapter 4 The New Direction of Human Progress 18

Chapter 5 Achieving Spiritual Success 20

Chapter 6 The Spiritually Empowered Personality 28

Chapter 7 Spiritual Truth is Integral 42

Chapter 8 The Open Truth of the Mother of All Truth 46

Part II Reset Your Gaze

Chapter 9 The Source of All Truth 52

Chapter 10 A New Constructive Spiritual Faith 55

Chapter 11 What is Tao? 61

Chapter 12 A New Spiritual Ecology for a New Humanity 65

Chapter 13 The Health of Spiritual Vision 77

Chapter 14 The Meeting of Spirit with Form 80

Chapter 15 The Way is the Source of All Faiths 84

Chapter 16 The Universal Mother 90

Chapter 17 The Cosmic Rescuing Energy 110

Chapter 18 Faith in the Deep Life Force of Nature 120

Part III Communing with Nature

Chapter 19 Recognizing the Winter Solstice is Spiritual Progress 138

Chapter 20 Spiritual Cultivation in the Different Seasons and Situations of Life 145

Chapter 21 Lessons on Life 149

Chapter 22 How to Live Your 120-Year-Old Life 152

Part IV Serving the Mother Universe

Chapter 23 Practice Universal Morality 162

Chapter 24 Offer Healthy Spiritual Service 166

Chapter 25 The Twelve Commitments of the Mother Universe 170

Chapter 26 Be a Universal Citizen 174

Chapter 27 Realize Universal Love 179

Chapter 28 Prayers for Spiritual Study Groups 182

Part V Prayers to the Universal Mother

Chapter 29 The Value of Our Existence 186

Chapter 30 Feminine Virtue Naturally Guides Masculine Strength191

Chapter 31 Be Gallant in Life 194

Chapter 32 When the Universal Mother Speaks to Me 202

Chapter 33 Live Naturally 204

Chapter 34 Know the Subtle Law 210

Chapter 35 Embrace Unity 218

Chapter 36 Follow the Light 222

Chapter 37 Clear Away the Mental Fog 228

Chapter 38 Be Tao 231

Part VI Inspirational Readings

Chapter 39 The Universal Mother's Blessing 236

Chapter 40 Prayer to the One and Only Lord 237

Chapter 41 A Good Life Versus a Good Heart 238

Chapter 42 Ode to a Constructive Life 239

Chapter 43 Uniting Our Diamond Personality with Tao 241

Chapter 44 Ceremony for Rejuvenation 250

Chapter 45 The Way 256

Index 259

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