- Narrated by: Marianne Williamson
- Length: 4 hrs and 20 mins
- Release date: 31-10-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Nightingale-Conant
All the great religious systems of the world speak of a divine consciousness within us, a deep center in our beings where all fear vanishes into core of oneness and love. It is here that we are all connected. It is from this place we form deep, spiritual relationships.
In Practical Spirituality, Marianne discusses how we access the enlightened energies of the spiritual center through loving thoughts and actions, and then apply these energies to the transformation of all aspects of our existence. This profound and illuminating live seminar will inspire you to bring healing to your life, relationships, and the world around you.
Listen to Marianne's insights into the topics of:
The difference between perception and knowledge
Why a relationship is like a rose: blossom, stem, leaves, and all
The causal power of prayer, the highest level of thinking
The magnetic theory of relationships
How your secret desires shape your existence
What to do when doing the spiritual thing isn't easy
Healing human suffering with an open heart
Getting the maximum learning opportunity from every relationship
Why and how to surrender all of your relationships to God
Empowering techniques for the enlivening of everyday life
Why fellowship is so important in turbulent times
Any many more
In order to live more fully spiritual lives, we must unlearn much of what we have been taught, by a sleeping, loveless world. Withdrawing our attachment to the outer world, we can look within to the light of consciousness and love. Here, it is possible to let go of fear and experience the miracles that lie beyond it.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Sue Boudreaux on 05-03-18
less spiritual...too political.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
someone that wants to be preached at...... rather than someone striving for spiritual growth.
Would you ever listen to anything by Marianne Williamson again?
How could the performance have been better?
less preaching and more teaching,