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Spiritual Energy Explained: You, Your Soul, and the Universe by Walter E. Broach, MLS, Ph.D., is a comprehensive read that provides extensive information on the fundamental tenets of spirituality. This book answers all of the important questions about spiritual living that people may have. How did the universe come to be? Are spiritual and religious people the same thing? How does one become spiritual, and is it sinful? The book provides concise answers to these and other questions. David Rudrauf discovered that a patient who lacked three regions of the brain thought to be essential for self-awareness was self-aware in a study he led. The conclusion would be that, contrary to popular belief, the mind, or consciousness, is not located in the brain. If this is the case, where is the mind? To find out, read this book. We are made of energy, as is our soul, and the energy in the universe is coherently made up of energy. Spiritual energy can be classified as either positive or negative. As a spiritual person, how can you achieve this goal? Purchase a copy of the book to find out.
The world's survival depends on our actions as spiritual beings; it depends on our capacity to completely engage in the good energy and shadow work out of the negative energy. In this way, even when change isn't immediate, we can influence the world to be a better place. I've learned from reading this book that spirituality is for those who have already experienced hell, not those who wish to escape it. We all possess qualities of spirituality that are connected to the energy from which we were created. Spiritual people are strong people. Therefore, it is everyone's responsibility to contribute to a world that is peaceful and happy.
My favorite exemplary character is Mother Teresa in Chapter 4 because the book claims that while she is under spiritual darkness for fifty years, Mother Teresa remains committed to her purpose and accomplishes a great deal. On page 67, the author said something that caught my attention: "Some people seem to spend their entire earthly existence in the dark." This indicates to me that although the dark night is an inevitable part of life, how you choose to respond to it determines whether it serves as a motivating force for you or a discouraging setback. Additionally, I laughed at how accurate the author's narrative was. For instance, the author accurately stated that Peter X, the drunk, "didn't immediately become spiritual," but he started going to several churches more to meet ladies than to join any one faith. I laughed at that. The comedy made the book seem more approachable. I particularly appreciated that each chapter of the book was followed by a list of thoughts.
It is challenging to immediately get the meaning, despite how calm the book's narrative climax is. This novel, sadly, cannot be read in one sitting. To fully appreciate the book's undertone, one needs precise focus and cognitive attention. Some of the explanations in the book are challenging for me to comprehend. Apart from them, there is nothing unfavorable to say about the book.... I wish to commend the author for doing such thorough research. I'd also like to thank the editor for not spotting any mistakes in the book. The book is excellently edited.
This book is for you if you have ever experienced or are presently experiencing difficult circumstances. Everyone would find it enjoyable to read. You should keep this book by your bed since every new page reveals something new about you, your soul, or the universe, regardless of how much or little you know about spirituality. The book should also be required reading for anyone looking into spiritual exercises; it is a knowledge resource for your program.
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Morning, I'm up to chapter 4 in your book, I'm really really enjoying it, I'm even thinking of people I could lend it to so that they could get more educated, your use of words and the way you arrange them are super easy and super flowing, you can finish page after page and not feel like your brain is falling asleep, that's really important for me.
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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "About Spiritual Energy" by Walter E Broach.]
4 out of 4 stars
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Walter E. Broach has written a masterpiece in About Spiritual Energy. There are so many questions concerning life. How life came to be is one of them. What happens when people die is another big one. In this book, the author answers these questions and many more in a way that assures the reader that he knows just what he's saying.
When a woman is pregnant, several things happen right there in her womb. The coming together of cells to form a new life is a wonder. When a baby passes through this stage and is born into the world, it already has character traits, emotions, and even memories. The universe is so vast that where we live is only a tiny part. Yet, there is excellent coordination between all the aspects of the universe. We also see this excellent coordination in the different parts of our bodies. There are energy particles responsible for this coordination. These energy particles are responsible for the universe's formation, our births, our lives, our interactions with other forms of life, and what happens when the physical body no longer moves or breathes. These energy particles prove that there's really no death, but we only exist in different forms.
There's so much intelligence packed into this book. Many books out there claim to have the answers to creation/evolution, life, death, after-life, etc. But this particular book stands out because the author lays out facts backed by research, spirituality, and even religion. For once, there's a meeting point for several theories on life and after-life from diverse sources. It's not perfectly synchronous, but it's not a chaotic dispute like what is usually portrayed. It makes what the author has to say in this book believable.
I love the systematic way the author breaks down what he says. He doesn't try to convince anyone to believe; he states that people will always believe what they want to believe. I find this striking because most authors want to convince readers to believe what they're saying. Nonetheless, his matter-of-fact approach to it tends to make someone believe him. At the end of each chapter, he states the main points, which summarizes what the reader can take away.
Though it's a dicey subject, I enjoyed reading this book. The author wasn't focused on debating his points; he took the time to point out how we could live better and have better results. I see About Spiritual Energy as his way of teaching others what he knows and helping them lead successful lives. There are only a few errors and minor formatting issues. Otherwise, there's nothing to dislike. Therefore, I rate it 4 out of 4 stars. I recommend it to philosophers, scientists, theologians, religious leaders, spiritualists, and those who have questions about making something out of life.