Spirit World

SPIRIT WORSHIP Both in the churches and in the tribes ancient social and cultural traditions are surely transmitted . The spirits of great leaders from many different worlds are called upon as guides to inspire truth and justice .


Publisher: Pelican Publishing

ISBN: 9781455612291



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Understanding Your Spirit World

That which is spoken is always created in the spiritual world. Our personal natural events are mainly the manifestations of the words we speak. Jesus defined His words as spirit and life. Words are spiritual in nature, and they bear ...

Author: John Mumba

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 149086265X

Category: Religion

Page: 140

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There are dominion forces in our atmosphere that people can be subjected to, and these forces can make them alien to natural and evil forces that dominate human life. This dynamic enablement comes about when a person's soul anchors itself to the real source of life. The soul is a spiritual embodiment of knowledge and emotion in man. A soul is a search engine in man; it seeks a resting place to which it can attach itself so it can draw out the virtues of knowledge and emotion. When a person's soul is changed, everything about that person takes a different route. Man's nature changes only when a complex soul is achieved. The soul draws from blood its ability to unite with another soul to form a complex soul. Without blood the soul cannot find its resting place and cannot be changed. This is why the first requirement in the salvation of man is blood. And the blood of salvation needed to have different contents from the usual human blood on earth. The contents of the blood of Jesus can make people live like Martians in this world. Common human blood is highly wicked and only leads man to unite himself with wicked spiritual forces to form a soul that is dominated by evil.

MESSAGES Communications from the Spirit World

Another law is, that not all who know that life in the spirit world is continuous, are certain that continuous life means immortality. I mean by this, that the mere fact of living as a spirit, does not of itself prove that such spirit ...

Author: James E. Padgett (recorder)

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1435729005

Category: Spirit writings

Page: 256

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Who comes to write these messages? What do they want humans to know? This book is about communications between worlds, our physical earth and the world of the unseen spirit. The messages are from soul calling to soul, heart calling to heart. It is not generally known that spirits once themselves mortal endeavor in diverse ways to contact humanity. This book is evidence of this phenomenon. Read this book and discover a wealth of subjects of interest to all mankind. You will see that the primary message from the spirits is that the Universe exists and operates from the place of Love, and that each human is the focus of God's Love and Care.

Awakening to the Spirit World

come into relationship with humans as spirit helpers, providing us with protection and support, ... In our time, it is remarkable how the spirits who reside in the dream worlds— Upper, Middle and Lower—may often appear spontaneously to ...

Author: Sandra Ingerman

Publisher: Sounds True

ISBN: 1604077409

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 360

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Today, practicing shamanism doesn't mean you have to live in a rain forest or a desert. Thanks to a modern renaissance of shamanic spirituality, practitioners from all walks of life now use powerful indigenous techniques for healing, insight, and spiritual growth. With Awakening to the Spirit World, teachers Sandra Ingerman and Hank Wesselman bring together a circle of renowned Western shamanic elders to present a comprehensive manual for making these practices accessible and available in our daily lives, including: How the original practice of shamanism shaped the world's spiritual traditions and why it is still relevant today. The art of the shamanic journey--a time-tested meditative method for experiencing important spiritual lessons and truths. Guidance for avoiding common pitfalls of shamanic practice. Instruction for working with your dreams, connecting to your spirit guides, healing yourself and your environment. The core of shamanism is the experience of direct revelation-- to communicate firsthand with your spiritual allies and discover your own power. Awakening to the Spirit World takes you through each step of developing a personal connection with your helping spirits to receive wisdom, insight, and healing energy. From an overview of shamanism, to your first journeys and encounters with your power animals, to expanding your skills and insight through long-term practice, here is an in-depth resource for the shamanic arts that includes: Creating rituals and ceremonies for healing and transformation Reconnecting with nature to heal ourselves and the planet Working with your dreams, songs, and artistic vision to strengthen your practice Traditional wisdom for children-- healthy rites of passage for each phase of a child's journey to adulthood Honoring the cycle of life and death-- shamanic practices to prepare for and celebrate our final transition in this life Excerpt Shamanism is the most ancient spiritual practice known to humankind and is the “ancestor” of all our modern religions. As a method, it is a form of meditation combined with a focused intention to accomplish various things, as well become apparent in this book. As a spiritual practice, shamanism can become a way of life that may utterly transform the one who practices it. The word “shaman” comes from the language of the Evenki peoples, a Tungusic tribe in Siberia. This is a word whose meaning has to do with esoteric knowledge and extraordinary spiritual abilities and as such a shaman is often defined as an intermediary between the human and spirit worlds. In shamanic cultures, the word “shaman” has come to mean “the one who sees in the dark” or “the one who knows.” There are certain commonalities in a shaman’s worldview and practice across the world that allow us to make certain broad generalizations about shamanism. In the majority of indigenous cultures, the universe is viewed as being made up of two distinct realms: a world of things seen and a world of things hidden, yet that these two worlds present themselves together as two halves of a whole. The shaman is the inspired visionary, a man or a woman who learns through practice how to enter into this “world of things hidden,” and once there, he or she typically encounters extra-mundane personalities or archetypal forces that the indigenous peoples refer to as spirits, ancestors, or even gods. Reviews "Awakening to the Spirit World" takes a deep look at tapping sources of invisible power in daily life. So much of what Sandra Ingerman and Hank Wesselman write about is lost to modern medicine: listening to the weather and the elements, understanding death, and more. This is a courageous book that will appeal to all who long to explore the unseen world." —Judith Orloff, MD, author of Emotional Freedom "In an era when chaos, confusion, and uncertainty take center stage, the ancestors, focused on balancing the energies of life, call forth calm, clarity, and pragmatic direction for accessing the medicine needed to heal the individual and collective psyche. In this moment in time, we are invited into "Awakening the Spirit World," where we are reassured that we are not alone. We are in good company, indeed." —Malidoma Patrice Some, PhD, author of "Of Water and the Spirit, The Healing Wisdom of Africa," and "Ritual: Power, Healing, and Community."

Engaging the Spirit World

Arjun Appadurai has suggested conceptualizing alternative modernities and the global flows that link them through a ... certain techniques that enable them to tap into the powers of the spirit world and enhance their own potency.

Author: Kirsten W. Endres

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 0857453599

Category: Social Science

Page: 238

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In many parts of the contemporary world, spirit beliefs and practices have taken on a pivotal role in addressing the discontinuities and uncertainties of modern life. The myriad ways in which devotees engage the spirit world show the tremendous creative potential of these practices and their innate adaptability to changing times and circumstances. Through in-depth anthropological case studies from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam, the contributors to this book investigate the role and impact of different social, political, and economic dynamics in the reconfiguration of local spirit worlds in modern Southeast Asia. Their findings contribute to the re-enchantment debate by revealing that the "spirited modernities" that have emerged in the process not only embody a distinct feature of the contemporary moment, but also invite a critical rethinking of the concept of modernity itself.

Interdisciplinary and Religio Cultural Discourses on a Spirit Filled World

John Levison (Chapter 1)illustrates the complexity and ambiguity of the spirit world—or worlds—of theBible, even within theNew Testament. Hiswork suggeststhat Western theologianshave, forlack of philosophical tools and cultural ...

Author: V. Kärkkäinen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137268999

Category: Philosophy

Page: 262

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This volume presents interdisciplinary, intercultural, and interreligious approaches directed toward the articulation of a pneumatological theology in its broadest sense, especially in terms of attempting to conceive of a spirit-filled world.

Light From the Spirit World

Circles will not say what we now hear said, that the spirit world is full of evil spirits. Circles will never learn wisdom by rejecting counsel, nor progress in the truth by denouncing the communications laid before them.

Author: Charles Hammond



Category: Fiction


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Light From the Spirit World by Charles Hammond was first published in 1852. Comprising a series of articles on the condition of spirits and the development of mind in the rudimental and second spheres - being written wholly by the control of spirits, without any volition or will by the medium, or any thought or care in regard to the material presented by his hand. Chapters include: Miracles, Prophecy, Deceiving Spirits, Witchcraft, Wisdom, Union in Marriages, Sins Against Spirits, Repentance, and more.

Voices from the Spirit World

It is not from an elevated position in the spirit world , that I come to offer my might , but for an honest staternent of facts , I expect to arrive from my present degregation ; God is too just to allow him , that had with held his ...

Author: Isaac Post



Category: Mediums

Page: 256

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Investigating Ghosts and the Spirit World

Spiritualism began to die out as mediums faking their spirit contacts were exposed. STORIES. FROM. OTHER. CULTURES. Many cultures around the world have traditions of ghosts. The Dogon people of West Africa believe that spirits of the ...

Author: Susan Henneberg

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 162275865X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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Whether or not you believe in them, the scientific investigation of ghosts is big business. Reality television shows that follow ghost hunters at work and the popularity of ghost tours in many U.S. cities prove that we are fascinated by the possibility that the dead may still be with us. This book examines evidence of the existence of ghosts and takes a critical look at what the scientific findings might actually mean. It also delves into the history of ghosts in cultures around the world and attempts to explain why the idea of being haunted by spirits of the dead continues to captivate us.

Victor Hugo s Conversations with the Spirit World

The phenomena included alleged contact with the spirit world, and it is notable that, during this period, a variety of “progressive” movements, ranging from socialism to feminism, tended to run parallel with spiritism.

Author: John Chambers

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1594777446

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 384

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First English translation of Victor Hugo’s writings on his experiments in spiritualism • Reveals Hugo’s conversations with renowned discarnate entities such as Shakespeare, Plato, Galileo, and Jesus • Examines his contacts with aliens from the planets Mercury and Jupiter and the revelation that our entire universe is a quantum hologram • Discusses Hugo’s possible role as a grand master of the Priory of Sion During Victor Hugo’s exile on the Isle of Jersey, where he and his family and friends escaped the reign of Napoléon III, he conducted “table-tapping” séances, transcribing hundreds of channeled conversations with entities from the beyond. Among his discarnate visitors were Shakespeare, Plato, Hannibal, Rousseau, Galileo, Sir Walter Scott, and Jesus. According to the transcripts, Jesus, during his three visits, condemns Druidism, faults Christianity, and suggests a new religion with Hugo as its prophet. To the skeptic, some of the “conversations” may seem self-serving--at best, the subconscious wishes of the naïve participants. But author John Chambers places Hugo’s experiments firmly in the tradition of visionary literature and psychic exploration, aligning those experiences with the poetry of William Blake, the table-tapping experiences of the Fox sisters, and the channeled writings of the great modern-day Pulitzer Prize-winning poet James Merrill, whose spirits’ utterances uncannily resemble those of Hugo’s. Hugo’s transcriptions are the missing link between the early nineteenth century’s fascination with the kabbalistic Zohar, reincarnation, and the writings of the Illuminati and the rise of spiritualism and the societies for the study of psychic phenomena in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.