Overstanding Darkness ConsciousElevation

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Overview: The Highly Conscious Mind This book is a collection of the various prophets teaching about self discovery and a process of elevation through thought. There is a process for everything in life and if you want to achieve any goal than all you really need is a method of how to achieve your goal. As you might know big changes are on the horizon of the human race and as things like technology, philosophy, material comforts continue to grow and expand it becomes necessary for religions to grow with the ...
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Overview

Overview: The Highly Conscious Mind This book is a collection of the various prophets teaching about self discovery and a process of elevation through thought. There is a process for everything in life and if you want to achieve any goal than all you really need is a method of how to achieve your goal. As you might know big changes are on the horizon of the human race and as things like technology, philosophy, material comforts continue to grow and expand it becomes necessary for religions to grow with the changes or surely those same changes that enhance your life can cause its destruction. I have attempted to put together a way for each of you to feel and overstand what Conscious Elevation is all about. I want to show the blend of spiritual/physical and religious/scientific theory that will unite the all the doctrines of information to one cause. Our intellect is what separates us from our animal nature, our mentality, and our moral, and religious natures that especially distinguish us from the animal world. The selective response of an animal is limited to the motor level of behavior and usually appears only after trail and error. Only personalities can know what it is doing before it does it; only personalities possess insight in advance of experience. A personality can look before it leaps and can learn from looking as well as from leaping. When people fail to discriminate the ends of their mortal striving, they find themselves functioning on an animal level of existence. They fail to get the superior advantages of that material acumen (keenness), moral discrimination, and spiritual insight that are an integral part of our cosmic-mind endowment as an individual being.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781420861082
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 11/28/2006
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.26 (d)

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