Pebbles of Sound

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Poetry - 136 pages
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Pebbles of Sound is the fulfillment of the poet's countless-lifetime-search for the true meaning of life, the nature of Soul, our relationship with Spirit, the Light and Sound of God, as heard and seen by old Moses, that blinded St. Paul, but still seen and heard today by countless devotees, including the author. Karma and reincarnation, dreams and visions, the need for and place of the true Master, in the life of a sincere seeker of Truth. Who really is the true Master? The Godman! The Wayshower! And how to recognize him. The Spiritual Laws, the Spiritual Exercises and their proper applications to achieve desired results. The correct use of the imagination and much more.

There are 252 poems in all, plus Foreword and Afterword. Written in a unique style of regular nine lines each, with corresponding nine metres and triplet rhyming, the poems fly on the high wavelength of the sacred number 9, and through countless voices of familiar and unfamiliar images, pelt the reader with painless pebbles of sounds of divinity, dazzle with the blinding light of spirit, to galvanize the truly adventurous soul, to dare beyond the dark veil and grasp truth and freedom like a brave eagle clutching a swift gazelle. Be warned, some of the poems may appear to insult, outrage, or demystify, but they uplift and inspire, nonetheless, because the poet speaks directly to soul, hardly to the rigid mind, and never to the brief body.

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