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Published October 1st by Inner Traditions first published Shabazz Pizazz rated it it was amazing May 09, The Opening of the Way Trade Paperback Schwaller de Lubicz and later as his wife, she went on to investigate other religions and philosophical systems, including Taoism, Islam.
Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you’ll love. Instead she puts forth a blended work of concepts, recommendations for meditative reflection, and profoundly simple and powerful words of wisdom gained as result of over a decade of on-site study of Luxor in addition to all those other occidental and oriental studies.
Isha Schwaller de Lubicz. Thus was unveiled a wisdom that for thousands of years had taught men the science of life.
Trivia About The Opening of th Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! Nov 18, Michael Hazard rated it really liked it. They hold the view that ish ancient Egyptians possessed an all-around advanced way of thinking of a more intuitive character, rather than supporting the traditional view mainstream Egyptology holds of them as a collection of primitives who performed monumental architectural feats simply to appease Isha Schwaller de Lubicz and her husband wrote several works on Egyptology in which they deviate from mainstream thought and propose a view that is more similar to Taoist, Buddhist, or Gnostic thought.
Nov 12, Iam rated it it was amazing. Sherbon rated it really liked it Nov 11, This, however, includes chapters on Karma and Reincarnation. Esoteric knowledge of the body, mind and spirit.
The essential words have been prostituted. Henry rated it it was amazing May 03, May 16, Michael Kelly rated it did not like it. Isha Schwaller de Lubicz’s discussion of the “automaton” and also of various bodily functional systems circulation, respiration, lymphatic, digestion, etc.
All of these subjects mix together in her description of concepts that could otherwise be very obscure. I read ‘Her-Bak’ and ‘Serpent in the Sky’ years ago and although they were a bit dry, I gained a lot from them.
The Opening Of the Way by De Lubicz, Isha Schwaller
Ancient Egypt was a highly stratified society, but I find no references to Karma per se in their myths. We must recover the vital meaning ishx these ideas.
Despite the title, there are only passing references to Egypt.
Inner Traditions October Length: Her most significant work was done in Egypt, where she lived for fifteen years among the temples and the tombs. As with her husband’s works and those of other esoteric French philosophers like Baudrillardthis author’s works requires reading at a slower pace, but nowhere near as frustratingly complicated to read as those other authors.
The Opening of the Way
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Ellie rated it it was amazing Apr 28, They hold the view that the ancient Egyptians possessed an all-around advanced way of thinking of a more intuitive character, rather than supporting the traditional view mainstream Egyptology holds of them as a collection of primitives who performed monumental architectural feats simply to appease the massive egos of Pharaohs who ksha themselves to be gods.
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