The Egyptian Arch Gnosis 4
and its call in the eternal present.
Jan van Rijckenborgh
In this fourth volume, Jan van Rijckenborgh elucidates the spiritual wisdom of Books 13 to 17 of the Corpus Hermeticum and describes how the heart can change and be liberated. How becoming still for God works as a supreme remedy. How everyone following the path of the soul is connected to every other one. And how this process gives access to new, immortal powers. Those who search for truth will understand and follow the call that approaches them from the Hermetic wisdom.
In this fourth volume, Jan van Rijckenborgh continues his analysis of the Corpus Hermeticum by discussing the spiritual wisdom hidden in books 13 through 17 of this manuscript. The author gives a foretaste of the heights of the spiritual path, the glory that awaits the reborn soul. He shows that the goal of liberation the seeker so deeply longs for is not a distant wish, but an accessible and attainable spiritual reality in the here and now.
Through the application of the fivefold Gnostic path – insight, longing, self-sacrifice, a new mode of life, and the birth of the new soul – Jan van Rijckenborgh shows how this inner journey will bring about the sanctification and liberation of the microcosm from the world of transience. The ‘Prodigal Son’ returns; the ‘Coming New Man’ is born; the Pymander of Hermes once again guides the life system; the Reborn Soul reunites with the spirit.
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