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Reincarnation The Neverending Journey
In Reincarnation The Neverending Journey an attempt is made to explore the conundrum of our existence. An existence that spans yesterday, today and even tomorrow. Questions surrounding the existence of the soul and our connections to the physical world, the fundamental mechanisms and the processes by which reincarnation operates through time, are carefully examined. Plausible revelations on memories and karma and their intrinsic connections to our lives today and tomorrow are explored. It is a Neverending Journey.. Your Neverending Journey....

by Pieter Heydenrych
Identification and Self-Absorption In the early months of the infant’s life it has no ego and only experiences its subconscious mind reacting to sensations. As the mind becomes consciously tied to the physical body so the ego begins to form. The body puts psychological boundaries on the mind.
{written by : Ian Heath}


Cosmic Abreaction Mystical satori (or mysticism) and intellectual satori are only stages to the final reality (see the preceding article Three Satories). Cosmic satori itself has three stages, and I use the term ‘enlightenment ’ for them.
{written by : Ian Heath}


Dialects and Human Evolution I explore the function and understanding of the enlightened teacher. The function is the creation of a dialectical path to spirituality, and the understanding is the particular perspective of reality that the teacher propagates. Then I look at the purpose of the teacher.
{written by : Ian Heath}


Existensialism and Human Evolution Existentialism arose as a consequence of the intensification of the stresses in the subconscious minds of western humanity from the 19th century onwards.
{written by : Ian Heath}




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An Examination and Exploration of -The Damaged Personality Disorder - The Self-Defined - Victim The self-defined “Victim” uses stealth personal power strategies to cope with anger, to“control” situations and other people in order to punish and to maintain a sense of superiority. Making use of "stealth" behavior provides the self-defined "Victim" a safety net while acting out this negative behavior pattern.
{written by : Esoteric Library Research Team}


Utopian Idealism The need in the present is for an active form of spirituality, and not a passive one. Active forms allow for a wider range of choice in the manner of expressing one's own concept of spirituality, whereas passive forms tend to get taken over by restrictive organisations.
{written by : Ian Heath}


Verbal Fencing #1 - Deconstructing Self Damaging Dialogues Many people appear to inflict serious damage upon themselves with their inner dialogues. When we learn to break down our inner dialogues and to deconstruct our inner actors and their well-rehearsed scripts we learn how to abate and to heal the damage we have done to our own lives with them.
{written by : Greg Gourdian}


The Nature of Emotion - Part 3 Now I turn to unconscious ideas. Deriving them was not easy. Some emotions occur three times ; for example, self-pity occurs on its own, as a mode of jealousy, and as a mode of guilt, and each one produces a different response.
{written by : Ian Heath}


Abreaction A person's state of emotion is always changing. Whichever emotion is currently present in consciousness, eventually it fades away, only to be immediately replaced by another one. Hence a person experiences an endless flow of emotions.
{written by : Ian Heath}


Resentment and Bitterness In the subconscious mind, immorality is often associated with pleasure. Because such pleasure is socially forbidden, it becomes tied to anxiety. In turn, this anxiety helps to generate compulsion.
{written by : Ian Heath}


Faith Faith is an emotive belief. Belief does not always lead to faith, but a belief has to be supported by faith in order to be meaningful. Faith acts through belief. When a belief crumbles, the emotion that underpins faith has no means of expressing itself, and..
{written by : Ian Heath}


Overview of Conflict with Idealism The practise of the spiritual life produces confusion in the seeker. This confusion has several sources. It is hard enough when the person ploughs his or her way through it meeting just one source at a time.
{written by : Ian Heath}





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by Pieter Heydenrych
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