The Akashic Field: It Makes Every Place in the Universe Part of the Neighborhood

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BalboaPress, Dec 12, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 192 pages

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It is easy to entertain the idea that religions and spirituality make sense only when we consider the probability of the Akashic Field. What we call Heaven, the Other Side, and even Nirvana, are inconceivable without an Akashic Field. In using this concept, we are able, for the first time, to provide rational answers to where the soul goes between so-called death and rebirth. As if by magic so many of lifes questions can now find answers, even the concept of the existence of the soul coming from the unseen universe and returning to it periodically. It is only the physical body that perishes as eventually all material mustwhen it is no longer needed.

This field even makes the appearance and disappearance of photons possible. The actions of photons provide answers to non-locality in communication. We can communicate over long distances only because our thoughts enter and emerge from this stated Akashic Field. As Einstein said, There is no space between souls.

The actual appearance of the universe can now also be explained.

 

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Contents

Understanding Akasha And Prana
3
Evolution And The Akashic
17
Meditation And The Akashic
31
A Long Footnote For This Book
42
Reincarnation And The Akashic Field
62
Consciousness And The Akasha
72
Love And Compassion In The Akashic
84
The Akashic Field And Our Future On Earth
93
PART TWO
103
Selected Poetry
107
Epilogue
149
Index
157
Authors
161
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Now Professor Emeritus at Adelphi University, Dr. Sheldon Stoff holds three degrees from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, where he also taught courses on the philosophy of Martin Buber. During his years as educator and spokesperson for Humanistic Education, in correspondence with, and inspiration from Dr. Buber, he established the International Center for Studies in Dialogue. He received the Outstanding Educator of America Award in 1974. He is author of The Two Way Street; The Human Encounter, Vols. I & II; The Pumpkin Quest; Universal Kabbalah: Dawn of a New Consciousness; The Western Book of Crossing Over: Conversations with the Other Side; and co-author, with Barbara Smith Stoff, of Conscious Evolution: The Dance of Intuition and Intellect. Barbara Smith Stoff is co-author, with Sheldon Stoff, of Conscious Evolution: The Dance of Intuition and Intellect. A poet, artist, and producer of Emmy Award winning Poems of Wonder and Magic, she has received multiple academic awards, taught English, Comparative Literature and Art at various levels, from elementary and secondary school to university. Her Mandala Art Training offers professional education strategies to school districts, artists, teachers, counselors, and convalescent home staff. Upon her personal journey, for more than fifty years, she has quietly and intently focused on transpersonal studies, esoteric, and comparative mythology.

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