Opening the Pandora's Box of Religion: The Wisdom of Kleoth

Opening the Pandora's Box of Religion: The Wisdom of Kleoth

by Anthony Joseph Newman-Miriam
Opening the Pandora's Box of Religion: The Wisdom of Kleoth

Opening the Pandora's Box of Religion: The Wisdom of Kleoth

by Anthony Joseph Newman-Miriam

eBook

$2.99  $3.99 Save 25% Current price is $2.99, Original price is $3.99. You Save 25%.

Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps.
WANT A NOOK?  Explore Now

Related collections and offers


Overview

The first part of the book, the large part, explains the many terms that occur in Tibetan Buddhism, they deal with the approach of Death, the various ocular events that occur when death is approaching, and the events that one experiences right after the occurrence of body death. They are varied indeed!

Depending on the kind of life that has been led there can be pretty lights and the approach of relatives and ancestors, usually benign, and sometimes the actual appearances of great Buddhas or Christlike figures to help the entity get through the process. In the case of negative lives, the Spirit falls into suffering states In which he or she becomes the same as the victim of the one he or she afflicted. There is no end to the variety of events the following death. Death is not an event of terror unless the entity has terrified people in the previous life.

There are 12 levels to attain, usually achieved in several thousand lives. Since most entities are around level one, their spirit guides can be accessed to ask for ways of reaching the higher levels, which always involve future reincarnations.

The second part of the book is information about the universe and incarnation taught by an entity at the 11th level and nearly finished with the whole process.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781958876275
Publisher: Book Savvy International
Publication date: 12/02/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 336
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

I started real spiritual practice when I was 29 years old, and wanted to have true spiritual experience rather than faith. The problem with faith is that it always involves parts of the ego that enter the entities beliefs, no matter what, so that it will usually be somewhat skewed. I started as a Zen student, and then became a Tibetan practitioner. I make my living in classical music, and hope to have moved spiritually forward by the time my life is over.
From the B&N Reads Blog

Customer Reviews