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Fundamental Questions - Pointers to Awakening and to the Nature of Reality By Colin Drake
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The main aim of this book is to act as a stand-alone guide to, and practices for, Awakening from the dream of being a separate object in a universe of such by following ‘The Direct Path'. It is... More > composed of articles, resulting from my further investigations (and contemplations) into the nature of Reality and replies to questions since the publication of 'Enlightenment Is For All'. The secondary theme of the book is to answer the five big fundamental questions : 1. God: Is there a God, or an Absolute and if so what is its nature? 2. Creation: How was the universe created and what is the nature and purpose of this creation? 3. The Nature of Man: What is the essential nature of a human being – are we ephemeral material beings or do we possess some kind of indestructible essence? 4. The Purpose of Life: What is the purpose of life? 5. The Afterlife: What happens upon the death of the human body? Does this entail annihilation or is there some kind of afterlife and, if so, what is its nature?< Less
Fundamental Questions - Pointers to Awakening and to the Nature of Reality By Colin Drake
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The main aim of this book is to act as a stand-alone guide to, and practices for, Awakening from the dream of being a separate object in a universe of such by following ‘The Direct Path'. It is... More > composed of articles, resulting from my further investigations (and contemplations) into the nature of Reality and replies to questions since the publication of 'Enlightenment Is For All'. The secondary theme of the book is to answer the five big fundamental questions : 1. God: Is there a God, or an Absolute and if so what is its nature? 2. Creation: How was the universe created and what is the nature and purpose of this creation? 3. The Nature of Man: What is the essential nature of a human being – are we ephemeral material beings or do we possess some kind of indestructible essence? 4. The Purpose of Life: What is the purpose of life? 5. The Afterlife: What happens upon the death of the human body? Does this entail annihilation or is there some kind of afterlife and, if so, what is its nature?< Less
Fundamental Questions - Pointers to Awakening and to The Nature of Reality By Colin Drake
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The main aim of this book is to act as a stand-alone guide to, and practices for, Awakening from the dream of being a separate object in a universe of such by following ‘The Direct Path'. It is... More > composed of articles, resulting from my further investigations (and contemplations) into the nature of Reality and replies to questions since the publication of 'Enlightenment Is For All'. The secondary theme of the book is to answer the five big fundamental questions : 1. God: Is there a God, or an Absolute and if so what is its nature? 2. Creation: How was the universe created and what is the nature and purpose of this creation? 3. The Nature of Man: What is the essential nature of a human being – are we ephemeral material beings or do we possess some kind of indestructible essence? 4. The Purpose of Life: What is the purpose of life? 5. The Afterlife: What happens upon the death of the human body? Does this entail annihilation or is there some kind of afterlife and, if so, what is its nature?< Less
Poetry from Freedom By Colin Drake
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This is a book of poems based on articles from ‘Freedom From Anxiety and Needless Suffering’ plus an unpublished selection praising and describing (facets of) The Absolute. I have been... More > asked why write poetry after four books of prose? When discussing this with a poet friend of mine he asserted that poetry has the potential to be more powerful than prose, as it is more condensed and thus requires the reader to investigate its meaning more than prose, which tends to put the meaning 'on a plate'. As my writings are always an exhortation for the readers to investigate the Truth for themselves I was greatly attracted to this and I think that it has some validity. I have found that the discipline of rhyming forces one to look for new ways to say things, so that the poem produced often contains different ‘pointers’ than the poem on which it was based.< Less