Spiritual Alchemy

True alchemy is union of will and imagination

Réf : C02AN

205 pages - 22 illustrations - 2 photos

ISBN : 9782855663715

Langue : Anglais

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True alchemy consists in working with the two masculine and feminine principles that act in all creation and in the human being himself: the will (the Sun) and the imagination (the Moon). With these two virtues we manage to transmute our own matter and become radiant and pure. Then we can hope to obtain all spiritual powers.

1. Gentleness and Humility
2. ‘Except Ye Die Ye Shall Not Live’
3. Living in Conscious Reciprocity with Nature
4. The Unjust Steward
5. Lay Up for Yourselves Treasures
6. The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes
7. The Feet and the Solar Plexus
8. The Parable of the Tares
9. Spiritual Alchemy
10. Spiritual Galvanoplasty
11. The Mother's Role During Gestation

'True Alchemy does not consist in the spectacular transmutation of base metals into gold, but in the spiritual transmutation of man's own matter. Grains of sand are transformed into pearls; summer sees twisted, blackened vine-stocks burst into leaf and bow beneath the weight of their grapes; caterpillars are metamorphosed into butterflies; galvanoplasty transforms a drab piece of base metal into a golden ornament... All these different ways of transforming things are familiar to us but we have never studied them sufficiently closely to realize that they contain the secret of our own inner metamorphosis. If a tree, for instance, is capable of transforming the raw mineral nutrients it draws from the soil into the sugarsap which enables it to produce flowers and fruits, why should man not do likewise ? Why should we not be capable of transforming the raw juices of our instincts and passions so that they produce a rich harvest of flowers and fruit, in the form of vitality in our physical bodies, love and joy in our hearts and understanding and wisdom in our minds?'


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Informations 205 pages - 22 illustrations - 2 photos

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