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Do you relish life? Is it an adventure of discovery, joy, and satisfaction? It can be! Harold Klemp confronts a world of limitations and offers startling possibilities. His wisdom and heart-opening stories of everyday people having extraordinary experiences tell of a secret truth at work in your life—there is divine purpose and meaning to every experience you have. Every sing Do you relish life? Is it an adventure of discovery, joy, and satisfaction? It can be! Harold Klemp confronts a world of limitations and offers startling possibilities. His wisdom and heart-opening stories of everyday people having extraordinary experiences tell of a secret truth at work in your life—there is divine purpose and meaning to every experience you have. Every single moment of your life is the handiwork of a higher cause. And you can know what it is. Hint: God's love is the key, and spiritual freedom is the goal. If you want true freedom from the limitations upon your heart, mind, and spirit, here's a chance to earn it. Be open to the inner voice of Soul—your true self—as you explore the revelations given within these pages. Pay attention to your dreams. Invite the wonder of the great unknown into your being. Are you ready to accept the freedom of a new state of consciousness? Then nothing can hold you back. Spiritual freedom can be yours! Harold Klemp speaks to spiritual seekers and members of the Eckankar religion twice a year at international seminars. As the spiritual leader of the teaching, he is known as the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master. These transcripts reveal his approach to giving insights, wisdom, and guidance through the stories of people from around the world. Spanning a variety of topics, this book is a compilation of his talks from 2000 to 2006. "In this prescription for everyday spirituality, Harold Klemp distills a lifetime of experience for his readers. Using self-help techniques, sacred teachings, and common sense, Klemp shows how such virtues as humility and forgiveness can manifest healing, love, and freedom. This is a book that is as practical as it is profound." --Stanley Krippner, PhD, Coauthor, Personal Mythology and Haunted by Combat; former president, Society for Humanistic Psychology and the International Association for the Study of Dreams


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Do you relish life? Is it an adventure of discovery, joy, and satisfaction? It can be! Harold Klemp confronts a world of limitations and offers startling possibilities. His wisdom and heart-opening stories of everyday people having extraordinary experiences tell of a secret truth at work in your life—there is divine purpose and meaning to every experience you have. Every sing Do you relish life? Is it an adventure of discovery, joy, and satisfaction? It can be! Harold Klemp confronts a world of limitations and offers startling possibilities. His wisdom and heart-opening stories of everyday people having extraordinary experiences tell of a secret truth at work in your life—there is divine purpose and meaning to every experience you have. Every single moment of your life is the handiwork of a higher cause. And you can know what it is. Hint: God's love is the key, and spiritual freedom is the goal. If you want true freedom from the limitations upon your heart, mind, and spirit, here's a chance to earn it. Be open to the inner voice of Soul—your true self—as you explore the revelations given within these pages. Pay attention to your dreams. Invite the wonder of the great unknown into your being. Are you ready to accept the freedom of a new state of consciousness? Then nothing can hold you back. Spiritual freedom can be yours! Harold Klemp speaks to spiritual seekers and members of the Eckankar religion twice a year at international seminars. As the spiritual leader of the teaching, he is known as the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master. These transcripts reveal his approach to giving insights, wisdom, and guidance through the stories of people from around the world. Spanning a variety of topics, this book is a compilation of his talks from 2000 to 2006. "In this prescription for everyday spirituality, Harold Klemp distills a lifetime of experience for his readers. Using self-help techniques, sacred teachings, and common sense, Klemp shows how such virtues as humility and forgiveness can manifest healing, love, and freedom. This is a book that is as practical as it is profound." --Stanley Krippner, PhD, Coauthor, Personal Mythology and Haunted by Combat; former president, Society for Humanistic Psychology and the International Association for the Study of Dreams

42 review for The Road to Spiritual Freedom, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 17

  1. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    This is a book that I have read before but then most of Sri Harold Kelmp's book I read once and then at least three more times because its different each time. I laughed when I read the Three Bits of Wisdom - a little bird told a man who was about to eat him some advise. Number one Don't believe an absurdity, no matter who says it. Number Two : Do not grieve over what is past. It's over. Never regret what has happened. I did love this wisdom because we waste time thinking of the past and what could h This is a book that I have read before but then most of Sri Harold Kelmp's book I read once and then at least three more times because its different each time. I laughed when I read the Three Bits of Wisdom - a little bird told a man who was about to eat him some advise. Number one Don't believe an absurdity, no matter who says it. Number Two : Do not grieve over what is past. It's over. Never regret what has happened. I did love this wisdom because we waste time thinking of the past and what could have been. A lot of wisdom in this book no matter if you are religious, spiritual or a non-believer. It has something for everyone. Enjoy this book!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pam Thomas

    Awesome book, an adventure incorporating discovery, joy love , satisfaction and happiness all rolled into one. How extraordinary people with extraordinary lives experience the sound of there souls, its about listening your inner voice and acting on it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    David

    Just terrific. Another great collection of talks given by Sri Harold Koleno, the Mahanta, the Living Eck Master. Just a great collection of wisdom.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Roger

    My posture and general opinion about this book is neutral. I did not know the Eckankar religion until I read this book. I am not a religious person, although I grew up and I was surrounded by people who were. But I am a believer and I am open to all philosophy or spiritual expression and praise for the sacred that is given in love and for the good of all. I am against discrimination because I practice the love that unifies and not the violence that judges and separates. By my very personal spiri My posture and general opinion about this book is neutral. I did not know the Eckankar religion until I read this book. I am not a religious person, although I grew up and I was surrounded by people who were. But I am a believer and I am open to all philosophy or spiritual expression and praise for the sacred that is given in love and for the good of all. I am against discrimination because I practice the love that unifies and not the violence that judges and separates. By my very personal spiritual growth, I can recognize that we are part of a multidiverse family, that Love and Consciousness are present in everything that exists, I recognize the sacredness of life and the material cosmos, I live in gratitude and loving respect for all living creatures. For all the above I found similarities of my very personal way of connecting with the presence of divinity within and with this religion. I found it enriching to know this group of people who have as basis to explore and develop a very personal unique way of having a relationship with the divine spirit, without anyone interceding for them. It is also very revealing that this religion consider the sound of God as a key element to connect with the divinity. It seems to me that the Eckankar integrates many characteristics of ancestral religions and beliefs of mankind, such as practices through sound and sacred syllables, with dreams, with soul journeys, past lives, world of spirits; and teaches the care of the body as the home of the spirit, and that the experiences of the world are spiritually enlightening (resonates with my truth!). I am very clear that as humanity expands its consciousness, raises its vibrational frequency, it will better accede - sustain - radiate the divine reality to which it belongs; for this reason, I think that this religion is a reflection of this and of a new paradigm, and therefore is more integrative, more practical for everyday life. I discovered that Eckankar teachings promote relationships based on respect for individuality, for diversity, that evolve towards greater compassion and love. I could also glimpse that their practices invite people to empower themselves, resolve their conflicts better, as it proposes to be self-responsible and self-disciplined. Although I find resonance points with Eckankar, I do not intend to join this religion, nor convince anyone to do so. I do not believe that any philosophy or teacher can embrace absolute / total knowledge of the Creative Source, but we can enrich ourselves and listen to other religious beliefs, respect them and honor the part of truth they hold, and develop a more holistic and integral view of the Whole. My gratitude to the Publisher and NetGalley for allowing me to review the book

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    jennet wheatstonelllsl

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    Brandi

    Harold Klemp's "The Road to Spiritual Freedom, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 17" is an interesting read for those who want to learn more about the Eckankar religion. Whereas I am personally not a follower, I do like to read about other religions and the beliefs/practices of followers of those religions. The book is well written and easy to understand. Much of the information presented is useful as well. I would recommend this book to those people who are interested in learning about other belief sys Harold Klemp's "The Road to Spiritual Freedom, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 17" is an interesting read for those who want to learn more about the Eckankar religion. Whereas I am personally not a follower, I do like to read about other religions and the beliefs/practices of followers of those religions. The book is well written and easy to understand. Much of the information presented is useful as well. I would recommend this book to those people who are interested in learning about other belief systems. My copy of this book was won from the Goodreads website and I appreciate the opportunity to read and review it.

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