Finding The Purpose Of Life: The True Knowledge Of 'Reincarnation And Karma' One Life Principle Coleridge
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 15 2021
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Do we only live once? It all depends on one's perspective. If you think we're nothing but chemicals with no soul, then yes, it is the end. If you believe in only one life and then it's heaven or hell, then no. It's especially not the end if you happen to believe in reincarnation. Reincarnation suggests this is not our first life on Earth and it's most likely not our last.
This book will help you understand Spiritual science and what is known as Anthroposophy, wishing dearly to understand what it was all about.
This book was written as a means to address these difficulties. Within these pages we will talk of many things; from the fashionable idea that we must live in the now, and the confusion surrounding this catch-phrase, and simply put, without really considering the implications of what this means for our future, and the future of humanity. The book also considers the present 'One-life theory' that is expressed so forcefully by science and most religions, and all the misunderstandings surrounding, 'Reincarnation and Karma', Fate and Destiny, Life and Death, Evolution or Metamorphosis, Good and Evil, information which is all vital to fulfilling our lives and, as it turns out, our mission on earth as humans-becoming.
It was written as a 'self-help book, not as a scholastic work, but for truth seekers trying to approach Spiritual Science and Anthroposophy for the first time, as well as everyday questions such as; why am I here, what is the purpose of life? This book is written in a way that is approachable, as much as possible, without using esoteric language, jargon, fashionable catch-phrases, or intellectualism. It seeks to share the true knowledge of 'Reincarnation and Karma', and other crucial subjects, so that, most importantly, they can be understood by anyone with an open heart and applied livingly to our everyday lives. It is an offering, a stepping-stone, and is meant only to further stimulate and inspire the reader to keep going, and further their own understanding and personal research. Finally, it seeks to foster our innate feeling for sisterhood and brotherhood, to humanize us, and encourage us to be more compassionate and loving individuals.