The Nature of Good and Evil (Journey of the Soul Series #3)

The Nature of Good and Evil (Journey of the Soul Series #3)

by Sylvia Browne, Raheim, Francine
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The Nature of Good and Evil 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ten years ago it wasn't so cool to be a believer, but today everybody competes for a chance to publicize his or her friendship with God. And before we knew it, we started to adjust God to our needs. We dethroned Him, pulled Him down from heaven, and turned into automaton for fulfilling our whims and desires. Why am I writing 'He?' God is now definitely he -- the buddy, playmate, a next-door father of a son who was crucified as a common criminal. And at a time when the inflation of God's name is in, Sylvia Browne wrote a book with Him in mind. She proposes to rename New Age into Old Age, and she recruits us to think of God as the ancient Gnostics did. I want to thank Sylvia Browne personally for her passionate suggestion to stop our foolishness -- stop cutting God shorter to fit our height, and instead, try to reach Him. That will leave us space for our growth! Sylvia gives an abundance of practical advice on how to meditate and develop spirituality. Most importantly, she suggests to experience love and practice compassion, the bases of spirituality that cannot be learned through words alone. And there is an invaluable advice to people like myself. If you cannot forgive, then give it to God! In other words, if you cannot forgive, don't lie to yourself, don't pretend to be good and forgiving, but have the honesty to face how you really feel, and trust your pain to God. If you are one of those who are tormented by some unresolved issues, or you are able to recognize an abyss between your words and your deeds, then read 'The Nature of Good and Evil' it will help you stay on your spiritual path and grow closer to God.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Ok, I'll admit I haven't finished it yet, but I've read 3/4 of it probably (I'm not in to meditation really so I didnt read those parts) and it was totally inspiritational. It was like this big push towards my spirtitual path. I highly recomend it.