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Mystic Christianity   By: (1862-1932)

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Mystic Christianity by William Walker Atkinson is a captivating and thought-provoking exploration into the mystical teachings of Jesus Christ.

Throughout the book, Atkinson delves into various aspects of Christian mysticism, elucidating its principles and practices in a lucid and accessible manner. His writing style is engaging and draws the reader into a world where spirituality and mysticism intertwine seamlessly.

One of the book's strengths lies in its ability to present complex ideas in a comprehensive way. Atkinson navigates through intricate concepts like the nature of the soul, the purpose of life, and the relationship between faith and reason with remarkable clarity. Moreover, he supports these notions with biblical references and historical accounts, enhancing the credibility and depth of his arguments.

Atkinson's portrayal of Jesus Christ as a great mystic and spiritual teacher is both enlightening and thought-provoking. He sees Jesus not only as a historical figure but also as a divine embodiment of wisdom. By emphasizing the mystical dimensions of Christ's teachings, Atkinson encourages readers to explore Christianity beyond its conventional interpretations and dive into the transformative power of spirituality.

The book not only explores Christian mysticism but also provides practical guidance for those seeking to deepen their spiritual journey. Atkinson offers various meditation techniques, affirmations, and exercises that can enable readers to tap into their inner divinity and experience a profound connection with the divine. These practical aspects make this work more than a theoretical exploration; it becomes a personal guide for spiritual growth and self-discovery.

While the book is primarily focused on Christian mysticism, it also draws parallels with other mystical traditions, further broadening the reader's understanding of spirituality. Atkinson's openness to different perspectives exhibits his ability to synthesize diverse teachings into a cohesive narrative, making Mystic Christianity a valuable resource for those interested in comparative spirituality.

Despite its merits, some readers may find that the language and terminology used by Atkinson can be dense and esoteric at times. However, pushing through these occasional challenges leads to a deeper understanding of the subject matter and rewards the reader with profound insights.

Overall, Mystic Christianity is a remarkable book that offers a fresh and inspiring perspective on Christian spirituality. Atkinson's passionate exploration of mysticism ignites a spark of curiosity and invites readers to embark on their own spiritual journey. With its insightful teachings, practical exercises, and holistic approach, this book is a compelling resource for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of Christian mysticism and embracing spirituality in their lives.

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Or, The Inner Teachings of the Master



Author of "Fourteen Lessons in Yogi Philosophy and Oriental Occultism," "Hatha Yoga," "Science of Breath," "Advanced Course in Yogi Philosophy," "Raja Yoga," "Psychic Healing," "Gnani Yogi," etc.


The lessons which compose this volume originally appeared in monthly form, the first of which was issued in October, 1907, and the twelfth in September, 1908. These lessons met with a hearty and generous response from the public, and the present volume is issued in response to the demand for the lessons in a permanent and durable form. There has been no change in the text.

The publishers take the liberty to call the attention of the readers to the great amount of information condensed within the space of each lesson. Students have told us that they have found it necessary to read and study each lesson carefully, in order to absorb the varied information contained within its pages. They have also stated that they have found it advisable to re read the lessons several times, allowing an interval between the readings, and that at each reading they would discover information that had escaped them during the course of the previous study. This has been repeated to us so often that we feel justified in mentioning it, that others may avail themselves of the same plan of study... Continue reading book >>

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