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The Science of Spirituality: Integrating Science, Psychology, Philosophy, Spirituality & Religion epub ebook

by Lee Bladon

The Science of Spirituality: Integrating Science, Psychology, Philosophy, Spirituality & Religion epub ebook

Author: Lee Bladon
Category: Theology
Language: English
Publisher: lulu.com (June 18, 2018)
Pages: 308 pages
ISBN: 1847998933
ISBN13: 978-1847998934
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 658
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The Science of Spirituality is a ground-breaking book that integrates the individual systems of science, psychology . Bladon explained the nature of these abilities and the science behind them.

The Science of Spirituality is a ground-breaking book that integrates the individual systems of science, psychology, philosophy, spirituality and religion into a unified system that describes the multi-dimensional nature of man and the universe. Most of all, the book helped me to clarify where I am on the path, as well as the relationships I have with people, with religion, with other conventional beliefs, and most or all, helping me to understand what work needs to be done to evolve further. These anecdotes don't do the book justice - it is a true gift for all seekers of esoteric knowledge. It provides a more comprehensive description of reality than conventional science can offer and fully explains the mechanisms The Science of Spirituality is a ground-breaking book that integrates the individual systems of science, psychology, philosophy, spirituality and religion into a unified system that describes the multi-dimensional nature of man. It provides a more comprehensive description of reality than conventional science can offer and fully explains the mechanisms behind an array of paranormal phenomena that mainstream science chooses to ignore. It explains the science behind religious, spiritual and new-age belief systems, and sheds light on some common misconceptions.

Abstracting and indexing services providing coverage of Psychology of Religion and Spirituality®. American Theological Library Association Religion Database. Arts & Humanities Citation Index. Current contents: Arts & Humanities. Current Contents: Social & Behavioral Sciences.

Lee Bladon is the author of Awakening to Wholeness and The Science of Spirituality.

Discover the true nature of our multidimensional reality and the meaning of life, the universe and everything. Lee Bladon is the author of Awakening to Wholeness and The Science of Spirituality. Rediscover your inner truth, feel true freedom and live life fully! This book presents a blue print of our multi-dimensional reality, and contains more esoteric information than I could ever have dreamed of.

It was established in 2009 and is published by the American Psychological Association. The journal is abstracted and indexed by Scopus, PsycINFO, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, ATLA Religion Database, Current Contents, and the Social Sciences Citation Index. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2018 impact factor of . 31.

Spirituality has been making an interesting comeback in recent years, or perhaps an entrée into the mainstream, with a new .

Spirituality has been making an interesting comeback in recent years, or perhaps an entrée into the mainstream, with a new generation of young gurus and spirit junkies making it hip to be spiritual. One concept that’s been central, now and in some traditions over the millennia, is the idea of getting out of our own way, or giving up control to some higher energy, whatever that may be. In other words, being in the flow.

Others turn to spirituality and science. It can be expressed in relationship with nature, music, art, philosophy, or relationships with friends and family (Astrow et al. In this piece, we offer a unique look into the scientific underpinnings of spirituality. Why separate the two fields when there is worth in exploring their connection? Definitions. 2001)

The Science of Spirituality is a ground-breaking book that integrates the individual systems of science, psychology, philosophy, spirituality and religion into a unified system that describes the multi-dimensional nature of man and the universe. It provides a more comprehensive description of reality than conventional science can offer and fully explains the mechanisms behind an array of paranormal phenomena that mainstream science chooses to ignore. It explains the science behind religious, spiritual and new-age belief systems, and sheds light on some common misconceptions. The Science of Spirituality systematically describes the mechanisms behind a diverse range of subject matter including: consciousness, sleep and dreams, reincarnation, religion, creation, evolution, space and time, higher dimensions, heaven and hell, ghosts, angels and demons, out of body experiences, near death experiences, clairvoyance, psychic abilities, personal development, meditation and the meaning of life.
Reviews (7)
Burilar
This book stands apart from nearly every book I have read on spirituality, non-duality, consciousness, mysticism and more. In one work, the author puts into perspective all the other works, explaining the nature of the universe and beyond in a clear, well organized manner. I have read it twice, and still turn to it as questions arise.

A few examples:
I used to wonder how it was that people with near-death experiences claim that they saw Jesus or Moses or Mohammed. Bladon explains that upon death, we first enter the emotional plane, which is a consensus world with figures created through the shared mental projections of mankind.

I wondered why it was that a mystic I know - someone with the uncanny ability to foresee the future and read minds - still held fundamentalist religious beliefs. Bladon explains how it is that psychic ability does not necessarily go hand in hand with a more evolved soul ready to shed such religious notions.

I never understood why some writers of non-duality insist that there is nothing to do, because there is "no-one to do anything", while others speak of meditation or self inquiry as a necessary path to self-realization. Bladon explains how some people become "spontaneously enlightened" in this lifetime, having already done the work in past lifetimes, and now, "re-enlightening" as per their path. It also explains how some writers speak of their experience with enlightenment and non-duality, while others seem to go past non-duality, conquering not only their minds, but their egos as well. (The latter are people who have reached the 4th initiation, entering collective consciousness)

Also, his description of the abilities that come along with enlightenment match perfectly what I saw with my own eyes, as an enlightened teacher I know shared stories of the history associated with a remote canyon we were both walking through (an Anasazi once tried to climb this pillar ...) , and also has given probabalistic determinations of likely futures. Bladon explained the nature of these abilities and the science behind them.

Most of all, the book helped me to clarify where I am on the path, as well as the relationships I have with people, with religion, with other conventional beliefs, and most or all, helping me to understand what work needs to be done to evolve further.

These anecdotes don't do the book justice - it is a true gift for all seekers of esoteric knowledge.

Alsath
An absolute amazing read. It has a whole lot of information and opens up your eyes to different views. I enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone and everyone.

Delirium
I really enjoyed this book in the early stages of my spiritual development, as an introduction to a wide array of teachings, and in a concise and understandable format. (I'm currently reading it for a second time to more fully integrate the vast amount of information.)
I think it is important to be clear, though (and the author gives this disclaimer in the beginning of this book) that he/she is not a scientist, not an expert. The author is just a person on a spiritual path who has done a LOT of research, which may or may not be all-inclusive as far as what is available on these subjects. This book is a wealth of ideas and concepts, not necessarily hard facts.
Again, this is a compilation of what THIS PERSON has learned on his/her OWN JOURNEY, through his/her OWN research.
So if you can go into reading this book with the mindset of using it as a starting point or a working model, then I highly recommend it. But don't go into reading this book expecting to take everything on blind faith. If that is your mindset, you are probably not ready to be serious about your spiritual journey anyway. Be ready to take what you learn here and do further investigation, both internal and external.
And also, the author has a second book, "Awakening to Wholeness" that gets more into the spiritual journey aspect, based on the information presented in this book. I recommend that one as well (with the same caveats).

BORZOTA
If the universe has brought you to this book. Dont stop to question it and just buy it. Packed full of information.

Ndyardin
The reading was very informative and detailed. It provided a lot of knowledge about things I did not know. I learned a great deal. I appreciate the research this author did to provide this type of information to the readers.

Nikojas
Great gift!

Lost Python
I simply devoured Lee's book, and then started on it a second time.

I've been on a spiritual path for many years, and have often tried to piece together the material offered in much of the esoteric literature. It can be quite difficult to decipher the esoteric works, as many of the terms used require definition before you can begin to understand the meaning of the words.

Lee's book helped me put many of the confusing bits of information that I'd gathered over the years together in a logical understandable format.

I highly recommend it.

This book arrived quickly, and was as advertised. Esoteric beliefs are mostly explained in painful detail, and some aren't explained at all; however, if I'd written the book, I'd have put some of the overall descriptions first, followed by the detailed explanations, which would probably have facilitated understanding.

The word "Science" in the title is a bit of a stretch. The many illustrations and tables require careful study to obtain questionable understanding. The book is excellent for those who want to learn about ancient and modern esoterics and the erroneous beliefs of various current belief systems. I can recommend it for serious, curious hunters of a reasonable belief system.

It did not make a believer of this agnostic, the son of two "holy roller" preacher parents, but it did give a reasonable explanation of some aspects of Christianity. I'm glad it wasn't even offered as an Ebook--that would have made it much harder to flip back to earlier pages for clarification. This is tightly written, and is not a quick read.

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