Rise To Consciousness Philosophical Series

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Many systems are available for further understanding processes leading to spiritual enlightenment. One should not fear treading the alchemical battlegrounds of the inner mind, the aperture by which we become aware of and achieve higher consciousness and reunion with the Divine. These essays relating to human spiritual development in practical and logical terms discuss the various observable aspects of the conscious process on the road to reunion with the Divine.

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Overview

Many systems are available for further understanding processes leading to spiritual enlightenment. One should not fear treading the alchemical battlegrounds of the inner mind, the aperture by which we become aware of and achieve higher consciousness and reunion with the Divine. These essays relating to human spiritual development in practical and logical terms discuss the various observable aspects of the conscious process on the road to reunion with the Divine.

The noted Swiss psychologist, Dr. C. G. Jung, is the defining authority in the fields of study pertaining to human consciousness. However, in bringing spiritual truth into practice, the author takes a very critical exception to Jung's theories of consciousness versus unconsciousness maintaining that since consciousness is the permeating omnipresence there can be no unconsciousness. The infamous physician and alchemical philosopher, Paracelsus, made vast explorations and many of his treatises support studies in consciousness. Harold Waldwin Percival conveys an in-depth understanding of the physiological process of reunion with the Divine. His work is an entire treatise on human physiological processes and how the multidimensional bodies align to achieve the goal. A glimpse at these great minds combined with an unusual and enlightened understanding of spiritual development paves the way for a personal rise to consciousness.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780983516309
  • Publisher: Renaissance Publishing Enterprises
  • Publication date: 6/13/2011
  • Pages: 130
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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Michal Deschausses is an ordained minister with a doctorate degree in Philosophy and a Masters degree in Divinity. She has devoted more than 30 years of research and study in Interdisciplinary Studies including social, political, historical, religious, focused research, and general studies. Michal is the author of four Nostradamus related works, including the Rise to Consciousness Series.
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