The Wellspring of Good

The Wellspring of Good : The Last Words of the Master

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The Wellspring of Good - The last Words of the Master Beinsa Douno, compiled by Bojan Boev and Boris Nikolov. During World War II after the beginning of the bombardment of Sofia, Peter Deunov moved with a group of his followers to the village Murchaevo, in the Vitosha Mountains where they were welcomed into the home of Temelko. Here he gave his last directions and guidance, summarizing his previous lectures and outlining the future of humanity. These last words were taken down in shorthand and presented by his closest disciples Bojan Boev and Boris Nikolov in the book The Wellspring of Good. The Master shares deep insights into the inner realities of life, covering a vast array of subjects, including Paneurhythmy, Communion with Nature, Music, The Law of Love, Cosmic Consciousness, The Colors, Joy, Rejuvenation, The Culture of the Angels, The New Epoch, etc. "When I speak about the new man, I have in mind the people of the Sun who live with Joy. They are exuberant, generous, and overcome their difficulties easily. They are heroes, men with open hearts. They use everything wisely. They enjoy everything. In both suffering and pleasure, the new man is filled with an inner joy. He knows that both the bad and the good conditions are given in order for him to grow." (Peter Deunov) Peter Deunov (also known as Beinsa Douno), is a teacher of Esoteric Christianity, who lived and taught in Bulgaria during the first half of the 20th century. His knowledge, character, and powers, all mark him as a rare messenger of Divine Reality. He had a very large following when he passed on, but his teaching was suppressed by the Communist regime. In recent years, this teaching, and its associated spiritual practices, have begun to bloom again, as the Bulgarians enjoy a greater degree of freedom. This teaching covers all aspects of life, with a special emphasis on music, spiritual dance (Paneurhythmy), and communion with God in Nature. This fourth edition includes: - a Preface by professor Harrie Salman - improved translations of the 134 chapters from the original Bulgarian - a timeline with the dates and events from the Master's life - an appendix providing the historical context of the Master's time in Marchaevo, where the events transcribed in this book occurred - an expanded set of photographs from lives of the Master and his followersshow more

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  • Paperback | 372 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 20mm | 499g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514348756
  • 9781514348758
  • 623,774