Transformation of the Soul: Volume I
AuthorHouse, 2008 - 116 Seiten
Have you longed for a new, refreshing, inspiring way to view and experience spirituality? Are you curious about how consciousness and spirituality are related to one another? Do you desire a more profound perspective on the integration of science and spirituality? You hold in your hands a unique response to these questions. This is one of three volumes of the compilation of the collected writings of Dr. David Blumenthal. A practicing psychoanalyst, David is a mechanical engineer by training with considerable education in religion and theology. He has written extensively over a thirty-five-year period on his experiences with and observation of psychology, consciousness and spirituality. In these writings you will be challenged to reconsider your view of what you are, what you are not as well as your notions about how you "work." You will learn the secret to a better experience of life. David's discussion of traditional religious notions such as sin, forgiveness, evil, salvation and even Satan (he calls this spiritual force "the adversary") will challenge you to reconsider what these terms mean. The disagreement between evolutionists and creationists melts away with David's scientifically oriented discussion of the difference between process and cause. His explanation of all healing as spiritual is both compelling and hopeful. In short, you have never read anything quite like this. Reading and contemplating what David says will transform your way of living and, with God's grace, your soul. Enjoy!
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Perfection and Wholeness
Being and Experience
Consciousness and Contamination
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