Way, the Truth and the Light: The Story of a Prophet

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Investigating the nature of God and truth, the meaning of miraculous healing, and the possibility of eternal life, this book links the spiritual knowledge of East and West, offering insight into the Way, the revelation of the truth, and the emergence of Light in the world.
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Overview

Investigating the nature of God and truth, the meaning of miraculous healing, and the possibility of eternal life, this book links the spiritual knowledge of East and West, offering insight into the Way, the revelation of the truth, and the emergence of Light in the world.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780937064566
  • Publisher: SevenStar Communications Group
  • Publication date: 1/1/1993
  • Pages: 204
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Hua-Ching Ni, author, teacher and healer, addresses the essential nature of human life and works to further the personal growth and spiritual development of this and future generations. Raised in a long family tradition of healing and spirituality, Hua-Ching Ni spent his youth learning from highly-achieved masters in the mountains of China. He is the beneficiary of a broad spiritual tradition passed down since the golden age of China and is the author of over 40 books on Taoism, natural healing and spirituality. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Table of Contents

Prelude i
The Teaching of the Integral Way ii
Preface iii
1. The Light Was Born 1
2. Informal Teaching is of Greater Service Than Formal 6
3. Through Spiritual Learning One Becomes Less, Not More 11
4. Truth is for the Developed Ones 15
5. The Highest Magic is Being Spiritually Self-Centered 21
6. The Power that Comes from Patience is Greater than the Power that Comes from Magic - the Sudden Gathered Faith 29
7. Option and Choice Offer Humans the Freedom to be Unchained from their Animal Nature 36
8. It is Not a Matter of Giving Life to Truth But Embracing the Truth of Eternal Life 47
9. The Most Worthwhile Learning is How to Cross the Torrent of Life 60
10. Spiritual Achievement Overcomes the Power of Yin and Yang 67
11. A Successful Future Lies in Preparation 74
12. Love of People 82
13. Spiritual Teaching is Undoing the Student 87
14. Do You Have a Godly Government Within Yourself? 92
15. The Opportunity for Survival is Found from Death 98
16. Spiritual Essence Needs to Live With Form 105
17. The Basic Spiritual Unity of an Individual 110
18. The Interpretation of the Precious. Wordless Teaching is Found Within Your Developed Spirit 114
19. The Yin and Yang Pattern of Internal and External Nature 118
20. From the Dualistic World. Know the One Truth 127
21. Being the One-Headed Nature of Life 133
22. New Hope 139
23. The Childlike Heart is the Pass to Enter Heaven 143
24. It is the Nature of Life to Love Life 151
25. The Wild Man 155
26. Reaching the Universal, Infinite Source of Life 166
27. A Thousand Mile Trip Within One Step 171
28. Harmony With the Subtle Law 175
29. Higher Achievement is Known to the One Who is Close to It 180
30. All Life is One Life Spirit 188
31. Conclusion: The Evergreen Life 195
Afterword 205
The Integral Way 206
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