The Seat of the Soul (#W212)
The path to understanding the soul is through the heart, not the mind. In Part One of this two-part program, Gary Zukav maintains that the process of spiritual growth is one of aligning the personality with the soul. He also suggests that an understanding of the soul necessitates a nonjudgmental reverence for all of life.
In Part Two, Zukav states that we have crossed a major threshold in which we are learning to seek the spiritual empowerment of the soul rather than the superficial rewards of external power. He discusses the role of spirit guides and teachers, as well as intuition, in facilitating the growth of the soul, and suggests that native American peoples have maintained an appreciation for the soul that has largely been lost in modern society.
Gary Zukav is author of The Dancing Wu-Li Masters, which won the American Book Award for Science in 1979, as well as the national bestseller, The Seat of the Soul.
|"There is no scientific way to validate anything that I or you can say about the soul because science cannot validate the existence of the soul any more that it can prove the existence of God. It cannot. We are talking now about non- physical reality. Non-physical dimensions of experience, existence, purpose and effort."|