Spiritual Dawn


Have you ever asked yourself these questions????

Has everything that exists been "created" randomly by nature combining the elements or is there something Supreme that has participated in its beginnings?
The perfection that exists in every living being, plants, animals and humans is just casual or is there a Superior Mind even more perfect than everything it has created and that still gives life to its creation?
Can the magnitude of the Universe be understood by our mind?
Have the millions of suns than exist with their own planetary systems been created only for us to live in this world?
Why must we live in this Planet when there are so many others?
And if we have been assigned in this Planet, what have we come to do here?
Everything that exists in our world is made of atoms and these themselves are made of atomic particles that are in continuos movement. So does this mean that everything vibrates, in other words, is everything a vibration?
If we analyze closely our physical bodies we find that there is a part of it that is visible, but, what happens with our mind and our emotional and sensory aspects? Can we touch them, measure them, weight them? Are those aspects of ourselves invisible?
Can we then conclude that we have some visible aspects and some invisible ones? How is our body really formed? Do we have a physical part and an spiritual part?
Does the fact that all the great religions (hinduism, buddhism, islam, christianit, etc) have as an object a God with different names or forms mean that humanity has the internal need to reach out to its Creator? From Where does this need come?
According to religious precepts we have been created in his image and after his likeness, what does this mean?
If the sun keeps the physical aspects alive in this planetary system, how are the spiritual aspects kept alive?
Can we believe that everything that exists was created only for us to have one ephemeral physical life (lasting an average 70 years), facing the eternity of the Universe? In other words, has everything been created for our life to last so little, like the light of a match?
If you are born rich or poor, healthy or sick, if you have an accident and others don't, if you die young and others reach old age, is it because the Creator is unfair? Is it because life is unfair? or it is us who give shape to our experiences through multiple encarnations?
If we analyze the perfection of all the things that exist and were created, can we think that there is a superior unfair justice that can condemn us?
Can we then think that chance is the driving force in our daily lives?
Why do millions of people believe in multiple lives and we are still in doubt? Is it because they are wrong? or is it because we do not want to take responsibility for the fact that everything that happens to us is a consequence of our own past actions?
Isn't it easier to think that everything that gets in our way happens by chance?
If, when faced with something that gives us pain we analyze deeply our present life and we find no action that could bring us this painful consequences can we not conclude that the cause must have been in another, past, life during which we must have done something? Is it because it is not convenient to us to think like that that we do not think abut this matters? Is it that we do not accept that the pain we suffer has to do with our own actions?
If we analyze our actions, thoughts, feelings and we act in harmony, peace, love no matter what gets in our way, wouldn't this experience that we have to live, be much more pleasant?
Do we think that the laws of physics only apply to what is visible or do they apply to what is invisible as well?
If we have negative thoughts doesn't an equally negative aspect come back to us?
If we have positive thoughts doesn't an equally positive aspect come back to us?
Isn't there action and reaction? Doesn't what we produce come back to us?
If our life is so short, can we think that some of the effects of our actions in this life will catch up with us in our next life? Wouldn't it be really fair that we should have to live through the experiences that our own actions generate?
If we look at primitive men and then we look at present-day men don't we see evolution?
If we analyze prehistoric animals and present-day animal don't we observe their evolution as well?
And plants?
If the evolution of the species of nature's kingdoms happened without control, randomly, wouldn't it be total caos? If so, who controls this evolution?
Hasn't this evolution become subtler? Should we believe that this evolution has stopped completely or that it is just becoming more subtle?
What is more subtle, our dense and material body or our mind and soul?
Couldn't it be that we have to try and make everything as subtle as our soul?
Buddha, Moses, Krishna, Leonardo Da Vinci, every great man, artist, patriarch, scientist, wise men in general, do they have a privileged mind since birth or have they developed it through multiple experiences?
When we see in a child a certain predisposition towards some subjects, is this just casual or is it that the child has already learnt certain things before?
How can a person find it really easy to compose or paint if this said person has never in fact composed or painted before? Per example: Beethoven composed his first great work "Cantata Funebre" at 11.
When we arrive at a place we have never been before and yet we feel that we already know the place, is it just a sensation o is our spiritual aspect remembering something it has already experienced?
What happens when we meet somebody for the first time and we fell like we have "known them forever"? Couldn't it be that we had a relationship with that person before and now it is rekindling?
If the subjects mentioned above concern you, if you have asked yourself these questions and found no answer to them, if you want to find these answers please follow step by step the Advanced Spiritual Knowledge that we bring to you in this book.

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  - The Kirlian Effect
  - The universalism of the Religions
  - Update of concepts in the Catholic Church
  - Science Position about the Tora II
Chapter 1
  - Scientific studies on vibrations
  - Physical Centers and Spiritual Centers
  - Chakras or Plexus
  - Kirlian Camera
Chapter 2
  - Human aspects and Spiritual Aspects
  - Classification of the vibrations
  - Encarnation and death
  - Evolution and Progress
  - Primitive man and Scientific Man
  - Law of Action and Reaction
  - Law of Evolution
Chapter 3
  - Evolution Elliptics
  - Kingdoms of Nature
  - Geological Ages
  - Evolutionary Process
Chapter 4
  - Reincarnation
Chapter 5
  - Selfish Love
  - Tolerance
  - Anger
  - Fanaticism
Chapter 6
  - Jealousy
  - Hatred
  - Pain
  - Critisism
  - Fraternity
Chapter 7
  - Will
  - Free Will
  - Discernmet
  - Spiritual and Human Faith
Chapter 8
  - Spiritual and Human Power
  - Good and Evil
  - Conclusions
Chapter 9
  - Spiritual and Human Trayectory
  - Spiritual Tasks in our world
  - Human Form
  - Elliptical Evolution Process
Chapter 10
  - Prayer
  - Spiritual and Physical Planes
Chapter 11
  - Incarnation
  - Transmigration
  - Cremation
  - Suicide
Chapter 12
  - Astral Plane
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