THE SCIENCE AND SPIRITUALITY CONNECTION NOW FREE AND ONLINE 24 – 27th, May 2019 Ana Castro writes: “This event was scheduled to be held at the Omni Hotel in Houston, Texas. Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have been forced to move it online. All talks from our acclaimed speakers will be available live and free online during the 3-day event. All you have to do is register.
Here is a really interesting article on Death from an author of the Ageless Wisdom compilation book “Death: The Great Adventure”. A compilation from the Alice Baily books. Below is the 1st of 3 videos exploring the same subject.
I just finished re-reading this fascinating book which I originally read many years ago. I can’t remember if it was this book which saved me from being a “Vegetarian”. My recollection of when I did my 18 months as a vegetarian is that it was before this book was published in 2009. My motivation to be a vegetarian was spiritual. I kept reading in lots of different places that to be spiritual and to be treading the spiritual paths one needed to be a vegetarian, (and a vegan was even better). My excursion into vegetarianism only lasted 18 months as my health slowly deteriorated, and my wife encouraged me to start eating meat again. She had been doing lots of reading and found that my body and blood type were not ideally suited to being a vegetarian, and that the symptoms I was having (constant tiredness, and not being able to get warm (which I still suffer from occasionally)) were all detailed as side effects of a vegetarian diet.
I discovered the eighteenth-century spiritual world explorer Emanuel Swedenborg from reading a booklet Insights into the Afterlife by Nora Spurgin. Online, I found the Swedenborg Foundation, who are a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to help people learn about Emanuel Swedenborg.
From the Swedenborg Foundation websites Where to Start page I decided to read the book A Swedenborg Sampler. (You can download a free PDF or EPUB of the book or purchase a paperback copy from the website).
Dr Keith Parson gives a list of a few books he recommends, some on his list are here at Soulful Books, and others are now on my To-Read list. (Note to self, maybe I should build a To-Read list on this website, so then I could link to it from here).