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The Arch of Heaven (New)
by Stewart, R J
Publisher: RJ Stewart Books
Book ID: 9780985600617, 0985600616
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The Arch of Heaven is a prayer, a meditation, and a ceremony. For the last thirty or more years it has been worked privately by a growing network of people worldwide, and has occasionally appeared in print from 1985 onward. The full story of how the Arch of Heaven was communicated to the author in the 1970s is told here for the first time, complete with the methods taught to students in the Inner Temple Traditions Inner Convocation program.
This unique book features detailed chapters on wholesome communication with the so-called dead, on the real nature of spirit or inner contacts, and the process of change that occurs between death and rebirth. As a prayer, the Arch of Heaven it provides a simple and effective means for liberating those who are trapped after physical death, and may be unable or unwilling to move on. It also offers a method of attuning a location, typically a room or a house (room by room). It can be recited aloud from the printed page, but is best learned by heart. As a meditative practice, undertaken daily, it provides the means of attuning to deep spiritual forces and consciousness of liberation, redemption, beauty and harmony. It gently brings us into balance not only in our consciousness but simultaneously within in our bodies. As a ceremony the Arch of Heaven enables a group or an individual to consciously attune a dedicated or chosen space to compassionate spiritual forces.
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