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|Statement||by Horatio W. Dresser.|
|LC Classifications||D523 .D7|
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|Pagination||vii, 427 p.|
|Number of Pages||427|
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On the Threshold of the Spiritual World: A Study of Life and Death Over There (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Septem by Horatio W. Dresser (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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The Threshold of the Spiritual World Paperback – March 1, by Rudolf Steiner (Author) › Visit Amazon's Rudolf Steiner Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Rudolf /5(2). Part two, "The Threshold of the Spiritual World": Sixteen short chapters in which Steiner provides aphoristic thoughts on trusting one's thinking, cognition of the spiritual world, karma and reincarnation, the astral body and luciferic beings, how to recognize suprasensory consciousness, the true nature of love, and : On the Threshold of the Spiritual World 4.
and human feelings seemed to have little power at such a time, when in perplexity one faced the terrible realities of the gods of war.
But the danger of that night had passed, and now upon the hill-top one could turn to the. A READER'S JOURNAL. The Threshold of the Spiritual World, GA#17 by Rudolf Steiner Book First Published in Published by The Book Tree/CA in A Road to Self Knowledge and the Threshold of the Spiritual World - Kindle edition by Steiner, Rudolf.
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Part two, “The Threshold of the Spiritual World” Sixteen short chapters in which Steiner provides aphoristic thoughts on trusting one’s thinking, cognition of the spiritual world, karma and reincarnation, the astral body and luciferic beings, how to recognize suprasensory consciousness, the.
This book is actually the combination of two different books written by Rudolf Steiner: A Way of Self-Knowledge and The Threshold of the Spiritual World. Both of these "internal" books are short - 55 pages and 67 pages, respectively - but they are deeply challenging books that /5(14).
2 written works, & (CW 16/17) Part one, "A Way of Self-Knowledge" Eight meditations that take the reader on a journey through human experience. Beginning with ordinary experience, Steiner offers ways to imagine and understand the physical body, the elemental (or etheric) body, the elemental world, the Guardian of the Threshold, the astral body, the "I"-body (or th/5(6).
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The Threshold of the Spiritual World by Rudolf Steiner (Munich ) GA 16 and 17 A Road to Self-Knowledge first published in H. Collison's translation by G. Putnam's Sons, London, The Threshold of the Spiritual World first published in H.
Collison's. In 16 concise chapters, Rudolf Steiner reveals how we can look through the material veil of this world and glimpse the world of the spirit. With meditation and concentrated thought we can develop our intuition and clairvoyance and even our powers of ESP.
Written "to be of use to those who are really in earnest in seeking knowledge of the spiritual world," this book continues to inspire today. Apple Books Preview. Local Nav Open Menu Local Nav Close Menu.
Top Books Top Audiobooks Oprah’s Book Club On The Threshold Of The Spiritual World. Horatio W. Dresser. $; $; Publisher Description. A study of life and death over there. From experiences at the front the author pronounces the war "something altogether splendid in human.
The Threshold of the Spiritual World By Rudolf Steiner GA 17 This small book contains 16 short sections, each section treating one or another aspect of Spiritual Science. The last section discusses the relation between this book and two others which deal with similar topics, namely Theosophy and Occult Science — an Outline.
“A Road to Self Knowledge and the Threshold of the Spiritual World” is a vintage self-help book written by Rudolf Steiner and first published in Rudolf Joseph Lorenz Steiner ( – ) was an Austrian social reformer, philosopher, architect, esotericist and economist.
He originally became f. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dresser, Horatio W. (Horatio Willis), b. On the threshold of the spiritual world. New York, G. Sully and company [©]. Originally published inthis book takes an extensive look into how to achieve greater self-knowledge, and is highly recommended for inclusion on the bookshelf of anyone with an interest in the subject.
Many of these earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. This book describes what it is like to stand at the threshold of the spiritual world and begin experiencing it in deeper ways.
We seem to know it is there and some of us have had glimpses of it. Steiner reveals how these glimpses come about and what we can do to hold onto them longer. II. Concerning Knowledge of the Spiritual World COMPREHENSION of the facts stated by spiritual science is made easier, if in the ordinary life of the soul attention be given to that which gives rise to ideas capable of such enlargement and transformation that they gradually reach as far as the events and beings of the spiritual world.
Threshold of the spiritual world. Weg zur Selbsterkenntnis des Menschen. Way of self-knowledge ; including, The threshold of the spiritual world: Responsibility: Rudolf Steiner ; translated by Christopher Bamford.
On the Threshold provides a direct and simple pragmatic application of ancient and contemporary spiritual, cultural, social and psychological principles and teachings.
The book makes spiritual awakening an accessible process for anyone who is just beginning or who is further along on the path of human and spiritual development. The thought is recognised when once it has been present in the soul with sufficient power of conviction; but if it is to ripen and bear fruit which shall promote understanding of the spiritual world, its beings and facts, it must, after having been understood, be made to live in the soul again and again.
This one is meaningful to me in the same way “Dweller on the Threshold” is. It is an example of the sincere but often failed attempt at spiritual connection until you surrender.
Standing on the highest hill with a sense of wonder, You can see that everything is made in God. Head back down the roadside, And give thanks in God. VIII. Concerning the Guardian of the Threshold and some Peculiarities of Clairvoyant Consciousness AS far as his experiences in the physical world are concerned, man is outside the spiritual world, in which, as has been stated in the preceding pages, his real being is rooted.
In this book, however, the names arc given with reference to the experiences of clairvoyant consciousness when it enters the elemental world and the spiritual spheres.
It is seen from Theosophy and Occult Science that soon after the detachment of the physical body from the soul at death, there is also detached from the soul that which in this. The spiritual world consists of the unseen realities that we do not fully encounter until after death: heaven, hell, and the world of spirits in between.
In the spiritual world, people have bodies, live in houses, enjoy community life, and are surrounded by landscapes are like those of Earth, with familiar plants and animals. "This book offers real, honest, and emotional insights on the reality and hardships of preparing for death.
Like other best-selling books by Nicholas Diat, A Time to Die is a beautifully written work that you are going to love!" — Fr. Donald Calloway, M.I.C., Author, 10 Wonders of the Rosary.
I just finished reading this book, which is so beautifully and gracefully written. Linda Hogan's prose is indeed filled with poetic language, in which she reminds us of our connectedness to the natural world, of the natural world's connectedness to the spiritual and mythic world, and that every action, however small and insignificant to us, has the most profound effect on others/5(57).
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The Guardian of the Threshold is a menacing figure that is described by a number of esoteric teachers. The term "Guardian of the Threshold", often called "dweller on the threshold", indicates a spectral image which is supposed to manifest itself as soon as "the student of the spirit ascends upon the path into the higher worlds of knowledge".The Guardian of the Threshold is also the title of.
In narratology and comparative mythology, the hero's journey, or the monomyth, is the common template of stories that involve a hero who goes on an adventure, is victorious in a decisive crisis, and comes home changed or transformed. Earlier figures had proposed similar concepts, including psychologist Otto Rank and amateur anthropologist Lord Raglan, who discuss hero narrative patterns in.
The Urantia Book. Paper The Morontia Life. () THE Gods cannot—at least they do not—transform a creature of gross animal nature into a perfected spirit by some mysterious act of creative magic.
When the Creators desire to produce perfect beings, they do so by direct and original creation, but they never undertake to convert animal-origin and material creatures into beings of. Judges - And her lord rose up in the morning, and opened the doors of the house, and went out to go his way: and, behold, the woman his concubine was fallen down at the door of the house, and her hands were upon the threshold.
A Psychology of Body, Soul and Spirit. A collection of 4 cycles of lecture (12 in all) given in Berlin in three successive years. (CW ) A Theory of Knowledge Implicit in Goethe's World Conception () (CW 2) A Way of Self-Knowledge and The Threshold of the Spiritual World (CW 16/17).
The coronavirus as a metaphor. Ivereigh, who has written two biographies of Francis and enjoys a close relationship with him, suggested the book project during exchanges with the Pope in.
This is a book that helps to remind you of that on a daily basis. On the Threshold of Transformation by Richard Rohr. Franciscan friar Richard Rohr has a number of daily meditation works (as well as a great daily email), but by far the best of the bunch is his collection aimed specifically at men.
While he admits coming from a Judeo-Christian. Praise for Living Revision “I love this book. You feel as if you are in a workshop with a writing mentor and spiritual guide.
Elizabeth breathes new life into the revision process, seeing it as a spiritual practice to get to the heart, soul, and truth of one’s story and of oneself. The world's leading expert on near-death experiences reveals his journey toward rethinking the nature of death, life, and the continuity of consciousness.
Cases of remarkable experiences on the threshold of death have been reported since ancient times, and are described today by. There have been several meetings referred to as a Parliament of the World's Religions, the first being the World's Parliament of Religions ofwhich was an attempt to create a global dialogue of faiths.
The event was celebrated by another conference on its centenary in This led to a new series of conferences under the official title Parliament of the World's Religions with the same. Threshold of Annihilation book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
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Crossing the threshold of mercy: a spiritual guide for the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy. [Mark-David Janus;] -- Editor Mark-David Janus presents an official calendar of events that make up the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy and has gathered quotations and prayers for spiritual reflection each day.