The Council of Light: Divine Transmissions for Manifesting the Deepest Desires of the Soul

The Council of Light: Divine Transmissions for Manifesting the Deepest Desires of the Soul

by Danielle Rama Hoffman
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The Council of Light: Divine Transmissions for Manifesting the Deepest Desires of the Soul 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Spirit479JM More than 1 year ago
As a significant part of my spiritual growth practice I regularly read new books in this category, as from experience there is always something of value to discover. Of the many books I read in a given year there are some that clearly stand out in terms of value, and "The Council of Light" is one such title. This book is literally filled with fascinating information shared by the Council (a group of light beings), including detailed descriptions of 11 "Rays of Light" that can be called upon for assistance in manifesting desired changes and improvements in one's life. The book also includes detailed discussions with the Council about a variety of important topics (e.g., money/prosperity, health, happiness & making joy). Moreover, the author includes numerous meditations/exercises that make it a very practical spiritual growth tool. While "The Council of Light" primarily appeals to individuals who have been on a spiritual path for a long time, the reality is even newcomers to the path would greatly benefit from reading it, providing they had the willingness to open their hearts and minds to its mystical messages. Because of all of this, I highly recommend this book as a spiritual growth resource. Here's just one example of the insightful content this book provides: "The idea that it would be helpful to another if you are poor, sick , tired, confused, unfocused, or weak does not make sense on a conscious level. But this is how people approach someone who is poor. They feel bad if someone is poor, suffering, dying, or hurt. There is the belief that if they are living such a wonderful life and if they do not feel sorry for this person somehow they are being old, aloof, not caring, and not being a humanitarian. Yet one of the most beneficial things anyone can do for another person is to see this other person's divine self, to see their soul, to see their situation, to respect the decisions that they have made consciously or unconsciously to be exactly where they are. This can be one of the most beneficial things because when you do this you are seeing through the illusion of their life for them. You see through the illusion of the poverty or the illness. You see that they are eternal and that they are abundant. As you hold that belief for them, that unity consciousness and awareness, then it is actually more of a support to them than pitying them or trying to save them."
ruthey12 More than 1 year ago
This book is complicated and way too "wordie." It takes quite a bit of concentration to read and frankly, it's not all that informative.