The Coming New Man
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The Coming New Man takes you along on a search for the other one within you. It takes you along on a developmental journey to your true destination. In The Coming New Man, Jan van Rijckenborgh describes the human being as a system of bodies enclosed by a microcosm. The divine nucleus is located at the centre of this microcosm, the centre of the original human being we once were. The central issue is: who were we, who are we, and where are we going?
The Coming New Man is based on the Universal Teachings, the common thread that has run through all world religions and mystical schools from the outset of the human race. They are the teachings of the Gnosis, the teachings of inner knowledge and recognition. Every age and every period in human development formulates its own ways to liberation, its own Path to Life. This book, addressed to the human being of the 20th and 21st centuries, will help you to experience this in detail if you are open to it. It describes the human struggle for Light. It contains the key to correct self-analysis, which is a process of self-purification, and the next step in the form of an openness to a spiritual future. The ultimate goal is transfiguration, which is the development of a new Human Being who lives from forces we can scarcely comprehend. This book describes the new human being in detail, enabling the modern seeker to recognize him and wend his way to following in his footsteps.
The Coming New Man is standard literature for those wishing to immerse themselves in the teachings brought by the International School of the Golden Rosycross, Lectorium Rosicrucianum.
Titel: The Coming New Man
Verlag: Rosycross Press
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