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Beyond the Prison of Beliefs: Where Science Meets Spirit

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Together, we are here to create a whole new world—for ourselves, inside our hearts; for the planet and the people. But it starts with you. To create a new world you must heal your emotional wounds and past trauma, and find your purpose. You must let go of expectations before you can understand what it means to be of service to the world. Together, we will take a journey—th ...more
Published May 1st 2019 by BookBaby
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Reham Ibrahim
Jun 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Reading this book felt like a relationship to me. It made me feel love, smile, cry, have goosebumps, question myself, and even have a break 😂 (the healthy kind).

The book transports you through different realms of existence between earth and heaven - science and spirituality. Your soul will create this unanimous dance with it.

One day I read an entire chapter in one sitting due to the intriguing wonder that gravitated me to keep reading. And another day I had to take a break (2-3 days) to allow s
Mimi Farqane
Aug 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Rhetoric about spirituality and the human search for spiritual answers has been part of history for many years. Humans have a profound need to understand their spirits, which is the core of human existence and the most elusive and mysterious constituent of our humanity because being spiritual is part of being human. Here we’ve got Ahmed Lotfy’ answers taking us to a journey inner investigation for spirituality.

For life to develop, a certain number of laws are required. These are the laws of phys
Jun 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
About science and faith

I don't consider myself to be a very spiritual person, but after reading this book I could have changed my mind!
To be more specific and after admitting my ignorance in the topic, I really enjoyed Chapter four as the author found a common thread that runs through Islam, meditation, Yoga, and Science.
Highly recommended as Spirituality is presented in a really accessible way. This book outlines many important elements of being a good human being and how to Experience deep lib
May 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
“Upholding the true covenant of tolerance, in tough times, is the definitive doorway to heaven”

By compiling the most significant topics of our time all in one book, A.A. Lotfy captures true meaning behind the abstract in a quest to display how religion and science go hand in hand. The author takes us on a journey through the realms of quantum physics, consciousness, spirituality, the unconscious and self-realization. Exploring and obtaining well-rounded findings, Lotfy seamlessly sews together a
Yara Saeed
May 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
We’re all born with a need to make sense of the world around us and many turn to either science or religion in that pursuit. As we become attached to one school of thought or another, we can loose sight of, or interest in, the overlap between the scientific and spiritual realms, often dismissing ‘the other’ as unenlightened or worse, deluded.

Beyond the Prison of Beliefs attempts to appeal to both ends of the audience spectrum through an investigation of the commonalities that unite us and the r
Matt McAvoy
Sep 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
If I am being truthful, it took me a very long time to find my feet when reading this book. Once I did, however, I sailed through it, reading it in two easy sittings. It is superbly written, and Lotfy is an extremely professional author – evidently well-educated and academic, yet philosophical.

I already knew what the book was about, and it did indeed go on to confirm the blurb. But, the confusion for me, I felt, was in the structure. For the sum of its parts, Beyond the Prison of Beliefs is a b
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