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Posted March 30, 2012
The book was published in 2006 with the subtitle "Living in harmony with the Laws of Life" and it opens our eyes to the fact that beyond the Laws of Nature, which humanity has so passionately explored, also exist the Laws of Life. Mr. Creme describes these to be a functioning basis for a fulfilling and a felicitous coexistence. He describes life to be like a piece of art and in order to attain the highest beauty one needs a certain knowledge, which he here imparts.
He conveys a knowledge that highly surpasses that which science offers: on the constitution of man, on man's special role within our planet, on our Divinity and on how we can shape our lives with greater joy based on the knowledge that man is both a material as well as a spiritual being.
It is immaterial as to whether you experience yourself to be more a spiritual or more an earthly being, you will be able to read interesting facets that concern your personal daily affairs, the perception of your life, of humanity and of the planet. It is an enrichment and an inspiration to approach life actively and with joy. The book conveys the spirit of a joyful life that stands before us all.
Posted March 21, 2012
Great practical advice on how to achieve a more balanced, spiritually aware way of living in the chaotic world around us. The information helps to create awareness of what we currently do and how we can change ourselves and the way we relate to ourselves and others, that creates a new way of interpreting life. If you really want to work on yourself to be the best you can, then read this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 9, 2007
For me, this book has been instrumental in revealing basic laws (or principals) that we are all subject to. It outlines ways in which we can live in accordance with these laws, and suggests that a much faster rate of spiritual evolution will happen than if we were to remain unaware of these basic laws. It has been a great tool for me, and I would recommend it to anyone who has any questions about the greater scheme of things.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 6, 2007
This book provides a rich philosophical background for those who wish to transform their mechanical, survivalist mode of living into one of spiritual poise and creativity. The author reminds us that this process involves the acceptance of and working within certain universal laws, like the ones of Cause and Effect (known as Karma in Eastern traditions), of Rebirth (allows the application of the former across successive incarnations), of Harmlessness (relating to the world from a position of equilibrium, away from the extremes of destruction and imitation), and of Sacrifice (evolution proceeds through giving up a lower aspect of oneself to attain a higher one). He also singles out psychological conflict and illusion as two fundamental problems we will need to address for this transformation to happen. The material is based on his public lectures and talks, and thus retains the immediacy of the spoken word. Its full impact, however, will be felt particularly by those moving away from fixed certainties and embarking on a journey of self-discovery.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.