Avenues of the Human Spirit takes us on a compelling journey through many life-changing experiences towards a greater sense of spiritual fulfillment. Genuine life changing experiences such as perceptions through time, out-of-body experiences and a profound spiritual awakening illustrate how the author reached a philosophy of benevolence and freedom that we too can draw upon in our everyday lives. These Avenues of the Human Spirit are the ecstatic changes we can experience beyond our bodies, in deep meditation or removed from the everyday world in nature, but they are also the everyday choices we make that define our world. The author's spiritual awareness has also grown from an understanding of the spectrum of human experience, from the harsher sides of his childhood in working class London to the joys of spiritual exploration. The result of these combined perceptions is what makes Avenues of the Human Spirit a unique and life-affirming book.
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 180 g
Dimensions: 218 x 143 x 9 mm
A fascinating Book. Lots of people have written about their out of body experiences, but few have taken the trouble to follow through in this way. The result is an important, multi-layered work that goes far beyond the question of out-of-body experiences to present a thoughtful and intelligent examination of visions, psychic abilities and the nature of spirituality - all particularly potent for being based largely on personal experience. Avenues of the Human Spirit is a book I would recommend unreservedly. (Herbie Brennan, New York Times Best Selling author of Astral Doorways, Five Keys to Past Lives and Aquarian Guide to the New Age. He has sold more than 7.5 Million books worldwide) Avenues of the Human Spirit will surely achieve its goal of motivating readers to not only explore various ways to evolve spiritually (especially via the OBE), but this book will further compel readers to use their new-found spirituality to create positive social change. (Philip Paul, The Out of Body Experience Research Foundation)