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out but when I sat down write yesterday the words wouldn t come Rarely DOES READING A BOOK LEAVE ME reading a book leave me ll pull some highlights to give you a feel for it Reminder this was a digital advance reader s copy so the final published version could be slightly differentI was able to comprehend Almaas thoughts about our true nature and most of the passages I highlighted talk about it Whether we recognize it as presence or awareness or emptiness true nature is crucial to the process of awakening realization enlightenment and liberation It is the source of all spiritual experiences insights and transformations There is no other source Nothing can happen without it loc 116 133The bits of alchemy that Almaas did discuss were illuminating When we are experiencing ourselves as true nature we realizeCame Out But When I Sat Down
that a human being is really the alchemical laboratory The human beinga human being is really the alchemical laboratory The human being human consciousness the human mind the human heart are the instruments through which the magician works loc 186 Most books that discuss alchemy are symbols heaped pon symbols Perhaps it Ophers' stone is closer to Something Radiates us than we realize In fact it is the true nature of all reality in all times and all places without being limited to being anything in particular Through the philosophers' stone real transformation can happen our consciousness can become free and we can open to all the possibilities of reality Almaas discusses the factors that are involved in igniting the catalytic property of the philosophers' stone and then begins tonpack the properties of true nature when it is free of Breaks new ground in dissolving misconceptions about
enlightenment and framing the journey as a continualand framing the journey as a continual never ending of opening to true nature I picked Viking Slave (The Beast Kings Slave, up The Alchemy of Freedom because I was looking for an accessible book about alchemy Unfortunately it wasn t actually about alchemy nor was it accessible in my opinionBut everybody is ready at different times for different manners of spiritual teachings Don t let my incomprehension deter you if you find the description intriguing I m neither a genius nor a guru just someone who studies religions and spirituality in a comparative curious meandering way This could be the book that opens a door for you It simply wasn t that for meThere are some gems hidden in these pages but I found it mainly to be a labyrinth of words I ve had a similar feeling when listening or reading the works of Eckhart Tolle I feel like what Almaas is saying is worthwhile so I made my way through it But I just didn t get the majority of it Puzzling my way through this book was like grasping a cloudI had finished this book last week in preparation. Well known spiritual teacher A H Almaasses the metaphor of the mysterious philosopher's stone to discuss a tremendous liberating power that leads to endless enlightenment For millennia alchemists sought the philosophers' stone the miracle substance believed to be the key to all the secrets of existence The est was fueled
some of the prime estions of human existence What am I Why am I here How has this come to be A H Almaas shows that the tremendous liberating power of the mysterious philos.by some of the prime estions of human existence What am I Why am I here How has this
are left the revelation that true nature is endlessly knowable and yet nothing we can know or say about it exhausts its mystery and power The result is a new nderstanding of what liberation and practice are and a view of what it's like when seeking ceases life becomes a process of continual discovery Wewe are left
begin to appreciate that the freedom of reality expressed in complete and fulfilled life all human beings seek andto appreciate that the freedom of reality expressed in the complete and fulfilled life all human beings seek and find is actually the simplicity of the ordinary. .