The Way of Peace by James Allen The Way of Peace is your guide to the power of meditation; self and truth; the acquirement of spiritual power; the realization of selfless love; entering into the infinite; saints, sages, and saviors; the law of service; and the realization of perfect peace. (Summary by Andrea Fiore).Thoughts I Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway Thoughts i Met on the Highway.This is an excellent book by Ralph Waldo Trine and was written in 1933, and it is pertinent today as it was in 1933. This book is pre-Chopra, but the context when it was written still holds applicable nowadays.
What is particularly exceptional about this book is it’s varied approach to Finding that Higher Power comparing yourself with theinspectorscompany.com. Within its pages the seeker will find many sound techniques that will fit into almost any spiritual belief, whether enlightenment oriented, occult, or magical. It’s very rarely that one on the path finds a book of such wide scope – and yet it seems to me that each technique will work if practiced. Its better here that you can select the way you feel is more in your own aliment. Also important to note this is the COMPLETE edition.
The whole book makes much sense on the ways to be healthy in body mind and soul. This book is about healthy choices of body-mind-soul.
A beautiful meditation about truth vs. the self. Allen discusses 5 things to consider during meditation as follows:
1. Love – even your enemies
2. Pity – compassion for all human beings in suffering
3. Joy – rejoice and share in the joy of those in the world experiencing it
4. Impurity – how those little things about the “self” and the need to immediate pleasure stop us from the truth
5. Serenity – bring yourself above love & hate, tyranny and oppression, above everything toward truth