9780909038342

Heavens & Hells of the Mind: Lexicon

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  • ISBN13:

    9780909038342

  • ISBN10:

    0909038341

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-11-01
  • Publisher: New Leaf Distributing Co
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Summary

A major treatise on Human Consciousness and the Wisdom Science. Volume 4 is a key which unlocks the reservoir of knowledge and practice contained within the first three volumes. Through the information provided here, the work becomes effective as both a reference work and a teaching manual. The Detailed Contents are a sequential list of headings and subheadings provided to assist the reader in locating material of interest. The Lexicon of the Wisdom Language defines the specialised terms appearing in this work, along with many others in both English and the Sacred Languages. The Index provides the reader with ready access to the full range of subject matter, including the wealth of practical instruction and meditational practices. The work ends with a brief introduction to the Foundation for Higher Learning, an international Spiritual School embodying the principles contained in these volumes.

Author Biography

Imre Vallyon provides a contemporary synthesis of religion, psychology and metaphysics for the Body, Mind & Spirit market. His books are designed to help readers unlock their own strengths to find greater health, creativity, success and most importantly, lifea€s ultimate goal of finding your Eternal Self. Love, Wisdom and Truth are guiding principles. Imre was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1940. At the age of 16 he emigrated to New Zealand, where he still lives with his wife and teenage children. Of a keenly religious nature, he immersed himself in Yoga, Zen, Sufism, Catholicism, Eastern Mysticism, Tarot, Astrology, Numerology and Psychology. Imre began writing full-time in 1980 and has lectured extensively in Australasia, Asia, Europe and North America.

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