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We constantly see the "senseless violence" in our world, and it begs the question: "How can an all-loving God allow this to exist? This book, the third in Sylvia Browne's Journey of the Soul series, gives you the philosohical framework to understand the nature of good and eviland the role of God in We constantly see the "senseless violence" in our world, and it begs the question: "How can an all-loving God allow this to exist? When you see how evil originated and why it thrives in our world, you're more prepared to face it and overcome it. And how would you like to serve as one of God's warriors of Light?
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May 21, Catherine Schaff-Stump rated it did not like it Shelves: religion. Fictional drivel and rubbish marketed as truth? I have a tummy ache. Mar 13, Matt Boren rated it did not like it. How anyone buys into this crap is beyond me. Is it just good marketing? Aside from her obviously not being psychic, this book is utter bs. This is material written for people who will believe literally anything.
Nov 19, Levitha rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: everyone. Sylvia Browne does a interesting job in explaining the reason there is evil in the world. She also is able to channel her two spirit guides from the other side who assist to explain our role in the world in relation to why there are bad people.
Why are there sociopaths and psychopaths in the world? This book allows us to understand that there is a spiritual, not religious, way to analyze this. View 1 comment. Jan 12, Jody rated it it was ok. I enjoy the insight of Sylvia Browne, and this final book in her "triology" had some stong-metaphysical points in it. However, the last pages of it included a lot of "meditations" for the reader to practice, but there's a lot of steps to remember Jan 11, Alana rated it really liked it. My girlfriend gave me this book to read.
She has all of Sylvia's books. I've actuall read the other two books in this series as well.
Alot of what she talks about in this book connects with what I was taught growing up. It makes alot of since. Good read. Jun 23, Tammy rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Absolutely.
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This set of three books changed my life!!! I use to be scared to sleep at night. Thats when I'd worry about hell and if I'd go there, of dying in general. But after reading these books and all of Sylvia's books i am no longer afraid. I believe in God and heaven but not hell.
Dec 22, Terry rated it really liked it Shelves: spiritual. In Jainism, every living being, from plant or bacterium to human, has a soul and the concept forms the very basis of Jainism. According to Jainism, there is no beginning or end to the existence of soul. It is eternal in nature and changes its form until it attains liberation. Irrespective of which state the soul is in, it has got the same attributes and qualities. The difference between the liberated and non-liberated souls is that the qualities and attributes are manifested completely in case of siddha liberated soul as they have overcome all the karmic bondages whereas in case of non-liberated souls they are partially exhibited.
Concerning the Jain view of the soul, Virchand Gandhi said. If we believe that the soul is to be controlled by the body then soul misses its power. In Judaism the soul was believed to be given by God to Adam as mentioned in Genesis ,.
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Then the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. Judaism relates the quality of one's soul to one's performance of the commandments mitzvot and reaching higher levels of understanding, and thus closeness to God. A person with such closeness is called a tzadik. Kabbalah and other mystic traditions go into greater detail into the nature of the soul. Kabbalah separates the soul into five elements, corresponding to the five worlds :. Kabbalah also proposed a concept of reincarnation, the gilgul.
See also nefesh habehamit the "animal soul". The Scientology view is that a person does not have a soul, it is a soul. A person is immortal, and may be reincarnated if they wish. The Scientology term for the soul is " thetan ", derived from the Greek word "theta", symbolizing thought. Scientology counselling called auditing addresses the soul to improve abilities, both worldly and spiritual.
The belief in soul dualism found throughout most Austronesian shamanistic traditions. The "free soul" is said to leave the body and journey to the spirit world during sleep, trance-like states , delirium , insanity , and death. The duality is also seen in the healing traditions of Austronesian shamans, where illnesses are regarded as a "soul loss" and thus to heal the sick, one must "return" the "free soul" which may have been stolen by an evil spirit or got lost in the spirit world into the body.
If the "free soul" can not be returned, the afflicted person dies or goes permanently insane. In some ethnic groups, there can also be more than two souls.
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Like among the Tagbanwa people , where a person is said to have six souls - the "free soul" which is regarded as the "true" soul and five secondary souls with various functions. Kalbo Inuit groups believe that a person has more than one type of soul. One is associated with respiration, the other can accompany the body as a shadow. The shaman heals within the spiritual dimension by returning 'lost' parts of the human soul from wherever they have gone.
The shaman also cleanses excess negative energies, which confuse or pollute the soul. Sikhism considers soul atma to be part of God Waheguru. For example: "The soul is divine; divine is the soul. Worship Him with love. The atma or soul according to Sikhism is an entity or "spiritual spark" or "light" in our body because of which the body can sustain life. On the departure of this entity from the body, the body becomes lifeless — No amount of manipulations to the body can make the person make any physical actions. It is the roohu or spirit or atma , the presence of which makes the physical body alive.
Many religious and philosophical traditions support the view that the soul is the ethereal substance — a spirit; a non material spark — particular to a unique living being. Such traditions often consider the soul both immortal and innately aware of its immortal nature, as well as the true basis for sentience in each living being.