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HIDDEN TREASURE: Jesus's Message of Transformation

by F. Aster Barnwell

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Hidden Treasure reveals the hidden message of the Gospels to show how we can transform from an ego-bound existence, to an enlightened, expansive state of love, openness, and joy. ( )
  FABarnwell | Nov 23, 2011 |
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In this newly revised version of F. Aster Barnwell's previous work, The Meaning of Christ for Our Age, Barnwell focuses on the message of hidden treasure hiding within the well-trodden field of the New Testament Gospels. Since this treasure has eluded all but the most advanced spiritual adepts and initiates, Barnwell aims to introduce this psychology of transformation to the masses in clear, concise language. He explores how these spiritual exercises within the Gospels can lead to a state of higher consciousness and eventually to enlightenment. Only after this is achieved can we experience the Kingdom of Heaven and realize the Second Coming of Christ. Through careful explanation, Barnwell provides a map of this transformation, going beyond dogma and creed by sharing his own journey of spiritual self-discovery. He stresses the importance of not needing to believe in a religion for the transformational psychology to work and explains how it can benefit the atheist and the agnostic as well as the religious practitioner. A unique blend of mysticism and Christianity, Hidden Treasure can show you how to become more attuned to your deepest self and truest reality. Only then can you evolve out of an ego-bound state to an enlightened state of love, openness, and joy.

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