The Light of the Spirit

The Light of the Spirit

An Introductory Guide

Book - 1996
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This work explores the power and the rich symbolic history of light in human spirituality. Light symbolizes the creative energy of the universe; a halo of light surrounds the heads of the saints, and the prophets. Spiritual realization, and those that have had near-death experiences often describe the experience as having seen the light. Enlightenment allows people to see the world in a new way, by seeing the light, one can surmount inner darkness, and this is what Bassano focuses on in this introductory guide for those beginning to explore the spiritual path towards enlightenment. It looks at the concept of light energy in Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, native American and Christian cultures - as a connecting path between the physical and spiritual worlds and how we can use it to dispel negative emotions and imbalances.
Publisher: York Beach, ME : Samuel Wieser, 1996
ISBN: 9780877288718
0877288712
Branch Call Number: BL265.L5 B67 1996
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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