The Still Point: The Simplicity of Spiritual Enlightenment

The Still Point: The Simplicity of Spiritual Enlightenment

by Kevin Krenitsky MD
The Still Point: The Simplicity of Spiritual Enlightenment

The Still Point: The Simplicity of Spiritual Enlightenment

by Kevin Krenitsky MD


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Many people live lives riddled with outright anxiety and fear. Instead of happiness and ease being the normal state of existence, most experience happiness as only brief moments of joy, when some desire has been temporarily fulfilled. But it does not have to be this way; happiness can be recognized as our natural state of being.

According to author Kevin Krenitsky, a medical doctor and modern-day philosopher, we are in the midst of the biggest wave of awakening or self-realization this planet has ever seen. Our unconscious living has not only created stress, anxiety, wars, and famine; our choices have brought us to the edge of mass destruction. The earth has suffered greatly from our collective human unconsciousness.

In The Still Point, Krenitsky shows us a better way. He shows us how to discover and live our lives in alignment with our true self. More than just a mental concept, the Still Point is a felt experience of recognizing our own self-aware being. When the Still Point becomes obscured by giving exclusive focus to the noise of the outside world, we lose our feelings of peace and happiness.

Engaging and thought provoking, The Still Point takes readers on a journey of self-discovery, ultimately leading to the recognition that our self-aware nature is happiness and peace itself.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781954968820
Publisher: Waterside Productions, Inc
Publication date: 03/01/2022
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

About the Author

Kevin Krenitsky has been, at times, a professional rock musician, a medical doctor, and a business executive. Despite leading a life deemed outwardly “successful,” he lived with a deep background of anxiety, fear, and stress that waxed and waned since early childhood. At the age of forty, in the midst of decades of suppressing tremendous inner and outer conflict, he reasoned there must be another way. This "willingness" led to a decade of studying non-duality by way of A Course in Miracles. Later, at the height of a successful business career, he turned away into relative isolation and soon found the direct path to the recognition of our true nature. One day in meditation, a thought came that a book called The Still Point would be written. Five years later, the first words arrived.

Table of Contents

Introduction vii

Part I

Chapter 1 The Discovery of Our True Nature 3

Chapter 2 Self Discovery 9

Chapter 3 The Seduction of Thought 15

Chapter 4 The Direct Approach 21

Chapter 5 The Spiritual GPS 29

Chapter 6 The Healing of Our Relationships 41

Chapter 7 The Safety of Your True Nature 53

Chapter 8 Be the Actor and Not The Character in the Movie of Life 61

Chapter 9 The World Is a Reflection of Humanity's Inner State 69

Chapter 10 The Risk of the Spiritual Ego 83

Chapter 11 The Unnatural State of Boredom and Impatience 93

Chapter 12 Awakening and the Limits of the Mind 103

Part II

Chapter 13 Living as the Still Point 113

Chapter 14 Taking Responsibility for Your Happiness 123

Chapter 15 The Absolute Need to See the Ego Self as False 129

Chapter 16 The Horizontal and Vertical Aspect of Life 135

Chapter 17 Be a True Student of Peace and Happiness 141

Chapter 18 Leaving the Dream Thought Creates 147

Chapter 19 The Illusion of Control 153

Chapter 20 Be a Seed of Light in a Desperate World 159

Chapter 21 The Never-Ending Journey in Truth 165

Chapter 22 Think and Act Only from the Still Point 169

Chapter 23 The Power of Understanding Preceeding Action 177

Chapter 24 The Inability to Judge within the Experience of Space and Time 185

Chapter 25 The Ultimate Guru 191

Chapter 26 The Pathologic Movement of Mind 199

Chapter 27 The Final Freedom and the New World 209

About the Author 215

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