The Impersonal Life
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ABOUT THE BOOK:- The Impersonal Life is one of the key books written on the topic of selfdiscovery and leading a spiritual life. The book is highly recommended for those who are interested in learning how to lead a spiritual life and are in the process of self-discovery. Trust that thought trapped in the mind is not the best way to live day to day, but rather let life flow though in the absence of compulsive thought, when something comes up you will be able to make the correct decision. The book explain what is essential from the Bible, though it is a book of universal spirituality, not religion. You will learn about the true nature of the world and understand what your purpose is. The final chapters are essential for application. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Joseph S. Benner (1872-1938), the American author, Spiritual writer and representative of the Brotherhood of Christ who use the pen name Anonymous . He was the first to introduce the knowledge and teaching of the impersonal life. Among his noted works were, The Way Out; The Way Beyond; Wealth; Teacher; Brotherhood; The Way to the Kingdom; Christ Message. In the 1890s, while secretary of the local YMCA, Benner was also listed as Gymnasium Director of Buchtel College in Akron and he contributed at least one macabre illustration titled Murder, to The Lotus, an intercollegiate Journal Published in Kannas city. CONTENTS:- 1. I Am 5 II. Be Still and Know. 11 III. I, Life, God. 18 IV. Consciousness, Intelligence, Will. 24 V. The Key 33 VI. Thinking and Creating.39 VII. The Word 48 VIII. My Idea 54 IX. The Garden of Eden 63 X. Good and Evil .72 XI. Use 80 XII. Soul Mates . 92 XIII. Authority 98 XIV. Mediums and Mediators 105 XV. Masters 115 XVI. The Christ and Love 125 XVII. Finding Me 135 XVIII. Union 150 The Title 'The Impersonal Life written/authored/edited by Anonymous (Joseph S. Benner)', published in the year 2017. The ISBN 9789351285229 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 164 (P
- Paperback | 166 pages
- 140 x 216 x 10mm | 218g
- 01 Jan 2017
- Gyan Books