An inspiring and urgent call to action, to awaken our latent powers and restore our rightful place in the cosmos: as awakened, kind, and responsible human beings.
“The end of all true Yoga is to bring God realization to humanity which is union of the lower self with the Lord God of Truth within... Nature awaits man’s discovery of his power to reclaim his own lost birthright, the gift of the spirit. This lost birthright, when man seeks union with his Innermost, brings a greatly expanded consciousness to his mind.”
The final book by the mysterious author M (“The Dayspring of Youth”) has even more power and clarity than his previous book. “The Lord God of Truth Within” is bigger, deeper, and broader, illuminating the most important problems of our lives, especially our relationships with nature, God, and each other. This book was out of print for many decades; Glorian Publishing is honored to make it available again.
“Man has been slowly exterminating himself through ignorance of the laws of nature. Individually and by slow degrees he is becoming poisoned, because he lacks the knowledge of how to help himself. In this New Age of discovery, he will be taught how by following natural laws he may eliminate from his system those poisons which bring about premature death. He will be taught right living (which is a process of right thinking) and his natural place and position in society, and in time he will insist on having food in which the natural elements are not adulterated.”
As a university trained philosopher and former high school teacher, I can say without any doubt that I wish this book were required reading in all of the modern education systems for all people. It's beautiful and profound and M will invite you to deep contemplation and will inspire you to want to be like all of the beautiful things written about in the book. This is a book to keep forever. Please get the book and read it and keep it with you. :) Honestly my review doesn't do justice. The book leaves me speechless and I don't know what to say :)
This book is a bit challenging but I’m happy to receive this knowledge that matter some I’ll mention it in one of his books.
The dankest indeed
Another "Masterpiece" (pun intended) by M. I make it a habit to reread the "Dayspring of Youth" so image my joy when I saw that M had a second book.
this book was really good and it is written extremely well. I had trouble relating to some of the chapters and it was a bit repetitive. I thought a lot of the information was at the introductory level, but there were a lot of topics and points that I never heard or read about before. I also think there is a lot of veiled information here and more advanced and experienced meditators will gain a lot by reading this