|About the Book|
The present book deals with a topic nowhere else discussed in the extensive literature on attributes of spiritual life- i.e., the intricate relationship between the Spirits all-pervading, all-sustaining radiant substance, and the tangible andMoreThe present book deals with a topic nowhere else discussed in the extensive literature on attributes of spiritual life- i.e., the intricate relationship between the Spirits all-pervading, all-sustaining radiant substance, and the tangible and concrete forms in which this substance manifests its presence in material life. The author shows that, in the Spirits highest realms, form and content are an integral identity- that nothing spiritual is ever found devoid of form, and that all elements of form, even in this physical domain, are ultimately based upon, and thus reflect, the Spirits infinite creative powers. It is for that reason that human souls who would discover and experience the reality of spiritual life need to develop an awareness of the close connection between external form and inner content in their earthly lives. Imposing form on all ones physical existence- ones work and play- ones public and domestic life- ones impulses and feelings, including joy and grief, is thus of critical importance if one would be prepared to find the Spirits realm within.To form oneself is, finally, the highest task in life- for only what has reached its perfect form can hope to enter in the Spirits absolute perfection.The Kober Presss translations of the books of Bo Yin Ra are the only English translations authorized by the Kober Verlag, Switzerland. The Kober Verlag publishes the books of Bo Yin Ra in the original German and has protected their integrity since Bo Yin Ras lifetime.Contents: The Question. Outer World and Inner Life. At Home and at Work. Forming Ones Joy. Forming Ones Grief. The Art of Living.