A Beginner's Guide to the Path of Ascension by Joshua David Stone
(The Encyclopedia of the Spiritual Path)

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This volume covers the basics of ascension clearly and completely, from the spiritual hierarchy to the angels and star beings, in Dr. Stone's easy-to-read style. From his background in psychology he offers a unique perspective on such issues as karma, the transcendence of the negative ego, the power of the spoken word and the psychology of ascension.


There are meditations and exercises to assist the reader in integrating the principles of ascension in a practical way. The importance of developing all bodies, the physical, the etheric, the astral and the mental, as well as the higher monadic and soul bodies, is emphasized.


With interesting examples and personal stories, the various spiritual realms and planes are described and the path of initiation is illustrated. This is a book that makes learning enjoyable.

 

About Joshua David Stone

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Dr. Joshua David Stone has a Ph.D. in transpersonal psychology and is also a licensed marriage family, and child counselor in Los Angeles. The founder of the Melchizedek Synthesis Light Academy, he is a highly regarded lecturer and workshop leader. He lives in Van Nuys, California.
 
Published May 1, 1998 by Light Technology Publishing. 246 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Kat Kiddles on Jan 31 2011

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