The Language of Silence - Volume 2
Taking Alpha and Omega of human experience, both in terms of human history and individual experience, as his framework, George Schloss signposts the journey from Alpha at the outset, where we move from wholeness into separation, through the evolution of consciousness in a history which ultimately creates the conditions for reintegration at Omega. We are thus returned to wholeness enhanced by the experience and the fruits, not simply of the individual life, but of the history of mankind: the means of the reintegration and conversion are a series of experiments designed by Douglas Harding. A two volume edition: Volume 1 - Essays, Volume 2 - Letters
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