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Wisdom -Volume I
is Deity in Expression
(2nd Edition) Cloth - 144 Pages
this first volume of the Divine Wisdom trilogy, the author
hopes to impart to the reader a true knowledge of life as
it appears in physical manifestation. He has endeavored
to the best of human possibilities to set forth the true
philosophy of life, in which selfishness is set aside, creeds
and dogmas are relegated to the past, and the sunlight of
truth is permitted to shine in all its splendor.
can be no variance with truth. It is the same now and forever.
Where there is an apparent variance, it is due to a perversion
by the instrument through which the observer sees the world,
and the medium through which life is manifesting is at a
variance with the object seen.
mature minds can see more clearly than those whose medium
is composed of the lower strata of matter; this is due to
a relative change in the structure of the spiritual and
physical visionary apparatus. Thus one will comprehend the
complexities of nature and see objectively where others
can see naught.
grandeur of life, which is relative, is destroyed by the
attitude of the ego—yourself—toward the objective world,
which in itself is not changed. The change is within man,
and is caused by assuming various moods, or by viewing the
different phases of the objective world by the Divine spark
which animates our being.
get the most out of this book, the reader must bear in mind
that he must be One with the Infinite in order to comprehend
even a small portion of the all. In Divine Wisdom, Dr. Thind
has very explicitly blazed a path to complete comprehension
of man’s higher nature. If faithfully followed, this path
will lead the seeker to higher knowledge.
must never be limited by external authority, whether it
be vested in a church, man, or book. It is your right to
question, challenge and investigate. There is nothing more
sacred than truth, and truth is known by investigation and
direct experience and not by dogmatizing on the unknown.”
Bhagat Singh Thind
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