The Universal Path to Enlightenment: The Way to Spiritual Success for Everyone by Stephen Knapp (Author)

This book brings together the easy and joyful principles and practices that are common to all of the major religions of the world. These are what can be used by all people from any culture or tradition for the highest spiritual progress, and to bring about a united, one world religion in a happy process of spiritual success for everyone. This is much easier to recognize than most people think, and is a way to bring down the differences, barriers and separations that seem to exist between religions.
This also presents:
– a most interesting and revealing survey of the major spiritual paths of the world, describing their histories, goals, and how they developed, which is not always what we would expect.
– the philosophical basis of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, Sikhism, etc., and the types of spiritual knowledge they contain.
-how Christianity and Judaism were greatly influenced by the early pre-Christian or “pagan” religions and adopted many of their legends, holidays, and rituals that are still accepted and practiced today.
-the essential teachings of Jesus.
-benefits of spiritual advancement that affect all aspects of a person’s life, and the world in which we live.
-how spiritual enlightenment is the real cure for social ills.
–and, most importantly, how to attain the real purpose of a spiritual process to be truly successful, and how to practice the path that is especially recommended as the easiest and most effective for people of this age.

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Spiritual Enlightenment: What is It, by Stephen Knapp

short description of what is Spiritual Enlightenment, and the different levels of understanding, realization, and then perception of the spiritual dimension and how to reach it.

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The Witnessing Position is a Half Way Stage


Published on Oct 17, 2014

In this clip Rupert answers a question about the witnessing position and describes it as a half way stage.

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