In Growth of Consciousness, John K. Landre posits that awareness evolves by satisfying a continuum of needs driven by our natural motivations. When one need is satisfied, we automatically move up the hierarchy to the next. When all needs are fulfilled (somewhat of a rarity), one reaches the pinnacle: Enlightenment. Here, there is no longer […]
Eight years ago, A.R. Roberts published From Adam to Omega, a thought-provoking look at the UFO phenomena, in which, after listing myriad UFO sightings and visitations, he attempted to explain how extra-terrestrials had influenced most, if not all, biblical events. The revised edition expounds on those events and adds his conjectures concerning the visitations’ purpose, […]
In Body Connection, the author, a college professor and motivational speaker, combines well-established theories of metaphysical thought with his own version of achieving “self-mastery,” his term for spiritual enlightenment and the complete acceptance of self.
Body Connection unites four higher selves (concept, esteem, awareness, disclosure) with four lower parts (physical, emotional, mental, etheric) and four […]
Author Graham Collier is a retired professor, a WWII veteran, and a well-traveled man. His book confronts an enduring question of philosophy: the mind-body problem.
Collier explores the neuroscience on this topic while also finding room for a spiritual principle, a soul that exists in some mysterious relationship to the machine in our skulls. While […]
Neville Goddard may be one of the most important spiritual writers of the 20th century. He’s also one of the most unknown. Born in 1905 in Barbados, West Indies, Neville left his homeland at the age of 17 and began exploring metaphysics and New Thought philosophy. He eventually moved to New York to become a […]
In 1927, author Frank McQuirk was born the seventh son to an Irish family, and according to local folklore, his birth order portended psychic abilities. McQuirk’s memoir not only makes a case for the prediction, but also offers readers a vivid look at his Dublin childhood, filled with the hardships of poverty and complicated by […]
In his book El libro milagroso, author Martin Pulido Vargas offers a set of spells and recipes to achieve different purposes and desires, all based on Santería, a religion that combines West African, Roman Catholic and Native American thoughts and customs. The author addresses a wide range of goals, with recipes from “how to know […]
Seizing the Essence: A Value Cosmology for the Modernist criticizes dominant metaphysical views in philosophy (e.g. that the universe is a deterministic and materialistic system), defending instead a vision of reality as essence (an ultimate source of reality beyond the phenomenal world, possibly synonymous with God).
The author asserts that humans are not best defined […]
With an analytical mindset and a philosopher’s heart, retired cell biology professor and university administrator Evans Roth explores the territory where science and theology intersect. He believes that everyone must find a personalized spiritual life and individualized sense of purpose in order to find true peace of mind–and soul–and take action to make the world […]
P.K. Nesbit was born in Prague, Czech Republic. Excelling in gymnastics, he studied sports, moving to Sweden and eventually to the U. S., where he earned an MS degree in physical education and psychology. Since 2000, he has devoted himself to translating A Course in Miracles into the Czech language.
Indeed, Heal Yourself is a […]