Publisher Description

Psychism and Spirituality Our subject to night consists of two words: psychism spirituality. People think of one thing and use the name of the other, and so continually fall into blunders and mislead others with whom they talk. For if a person, desiring to unfold the spiritual nature, uses the means which are only adapted for developing the psychic nature, disappointment, possibly danger, will result; while, on the other hand, if a person desires to develop the psychic nature, and thinks that he will reach that development quickly by unfolding his spiritual powers, he also is equally doomed to disappointment; but in the second case, only to disappointment for a time.

GENRE
Psychology
RELEASED
1933
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
222
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
126.2
KB

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