As you expand your understanding of heart-centered metaphysics, you will begin to experience the world differently, ultimately creating change in your outer life and circumstances.
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A Deeper Look at Unity Teachings
Anyone who is curious about the nonphysical, intangible aspects of life is, on some level, a student of metaphysics. Metaphysicians examine the key spiritual and philosophical issues surrounding our existence, asking questions such as, "What is the nature of Being?" and "What is the nature of the spiritual Universe and the physical universe?" Heart-centered metaphysicians explore Ultimate Reality through the "lens of the heart," ensuring that beliefs are more than just cold, hard facts.
Heart-centered metaphysicians ask: "What is the nature of God?" "What is the nature of humankind?" and "What is the relationship between God and humankind?" Their exploration is aimed at discerning the fundamental Truths, or Divine Ideas, that ring true for every human being, regardless of time, place and circumstance.
As you expand your understanding of these principles, you will begin to experience the world differently, ultimately creating change in your outer life and circumstances. Through the understanding and compassionate application of heart-centered metaphysics, you can raise your own consciousness and at the same time contribute to an elevated consciousness in the world. This new level of awareness is our best tool for creating loving, fulfilling lives in a peaceful world.
Open your heart and mind to Divine Ideas in this thought-provoking study guide. Each chapter features:
• Summary Statements
• Topics for Discussion
• Thoughts for Reflection and Meditation
• Suggestions for Supplementary Reading
Correction notification: In the 2010 edition of Heart-Centered Metaphysics there is an omission of text on page 113, last paragraph. It should read “It means ceasing to look to the outer and turning to the inner for Truth. As our consciousness changes, then so too shall the outer manifestation change.” Printings after 2012 have been corrected. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Softcover, 415 pp.