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The Hidden Nature of Life: A Synthesis on the Search for Truth (Inglés) Tapa blanda – jun 2010


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Awakening higher consciousness 21 de agosto de 2011
Por Herman Sablan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Most people go through life wondering about what is beyond our perceived life; or are confronted with unexplainable experiences. Then there are almost daily occurrences of struggles and wonder whether our conditions will ever change. Before you know it, life expires...and never knew the answers. The book "The Hidden Nature of life" by Herman D. Sablan, elucidates Nature's workings and laws by relating the interaction of causes and effects as the energizing combination that produce outcomes. By analogies, the author explains that human struggles are a reflection of their own consciousness conditions and are therefore accountable for their experiences. He further states that the interaction of opposites is the means of producing life and that without one, the other will not exist. The idea therefore, is to convert by harmonizing the opposing attributes which can only be accomplished by enhancing one's positive affection of love. Correspondingly, struggles minimize until finally, paradise is attained.

"The Hidden Nature of Life" is a gradual journey into alternative possibilities of life. This is a must read book.

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Herman Sablan