The Opening of the Way

A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient Egypt

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The Opening of the Way
A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient Egypt

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Pages : 224

Book Size : 6 x 9

ISBN-13 : 9780892815722

Imprint : Inner Traditions

On Sale Date : October 01, 1995

Format : Paperback Book

Here, the author of the two Her-Bak novels provides specific tools that instruct in the comprehension and application of those teachings, and help us recognize that it is by the path of silence and meditation that we are guided to the intelligence of the heart, which is our key to self-mastery and our connection to higher consciousness.
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Here, the author of the two Her-Bak novels provides specific tools that instruct in the comprehension and application of those teachings, and help us recognize that it is by the path of silence and meditation that we are guided to the intelligence of the heart, which is our key to self-mastery and our connection to higher consciousness.
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The Opening of the Way
A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient Egypt

Introduction
Part One
1.  Freedom of Individual Search
2.  The Great Question
3.  The Human Constitution
4.  Soul and Consciousness
5.  The Aim
6.  The Duel
Part Two
7.  The Way of the Heart
8.  The Fountain
9.  Knowledge
10. The Discernment of Discernment
11. The Milieu
12. The Visit to the Cave
13. The Sexual Problem
14. The Pendulum
15. Watchfulness and Mediation
16. Conduct
Part Three
17. The Seven Accomplishments
18. The Seven Obstacles 
Part Four
19. Reincarnation and Karma
20. The Masters
21. The Elite
Part Five
22. Second Visit to the Cave
23. Peace
24. Joy
25. "Son of Man" and "Son of God"
26. Signature
Appendix I:  The Functional Relationships of Bodily Organs
Appendix II:  Psychospiritual States in Different Traditions
Index

Author Bio
Isha Schwaller de Lubicz spent her youth studying Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, and Hebrew theology and mysticism. As pupil of R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz and later as his wife, she went on to investigate other religions and philosophical systems, including Taoism, Islam.
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