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Ascension!: An Analysis of the Art of Ascension as Taught by the Ishayas
This book clearly explains the teachings of the Ishayas, an ancient order of monks who were entrusted by the Apostle John to preserve the original teachings of Christ until the third millennium. The Ishayas hold that the original teachings of Jesus were not a belief system at all, but rather a mechanical series of techniques to transform human life into a constant ...more
Paperback, 193 pages
Published June 30th 2013 by Ishaya Foundation
(first published January 1st 2010)
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Jul 31, 2011 Brad VanAuken rated it liked it · review of another edition
This is a short and easy read. There were a couple of typos in the Overview. Don't let that dissuade you from reading further. The book is full of insight on the nature of reality and the underlying conditions necessary for entering into unity consciousness. This is a gem of a book for people interested in living in unbounded presence.
Ascension! An Analysis of the Art of Ascension ISBN 13:978-0-9843233-0-2 ISBN 10: 0-9843233-0-9 LC 95-061427 (Old ISBN: 0-931783-51-8) This short book succinctly informs of the True Nature of Reality while describing the spider web woven by the mind that keeps one falsely separated from That. While the concepts are not new, they are more profoundly, clearly and plainly stated than I’ve ever seen. MSI predominately emphasizes the power and authority of one person’s choice in changing the entire ...more
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The life of every person is sacred. The revelation of that sacredness is often revealed by a person's contribution to humanity. In many cases, that contribution is only revealed after death. Maharishi Sadashiva Isham (MSI) was such an individual. MSI's life was punctuated by the desire to know. His search was not for knowledge but for Truth. Truth was most important to him and he shared that Truth ...moreMore about Maharishi Sadasiva Isham...