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White Eagle on Living in Harmony with the Spirit

by White Eagle Publishing Trust

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This is a book for all those who are seeking to work actively in harmony with spiritual principles: those who wish to live more harmoniously, courageously and with more awareness, and those who wish to bring balance and peace to their individual lives and to the world. Governments develop earthly laws to protect the rights of individuals and communities: White Eagle describes a higher system of 'laws' - divine laws - which also govern our lives, of which we can be largely unaware. Indeed the world 'law' is limited to our earthly understanding, so White Eagle's teaching gives a much broader picture of what divine law really means for us all. Divine law is eternal and omniscient and, just like earthly laws, the keeping or breaking of divine laws has consequences for us all. However, divine laws are not only designed to protect, but to enable. Divine laws are not merely a passive system, but they constitute the working fabric of the universe. They not only govern our lives, but they shape them and apply to the whole of life. In this book, White Eagle describes the divine laws of Karma, Dharma (opportunity), correspondences, Compensation and the overriding law of Love. He deals with such subjects as freewill and destiny, the meaning of suffering, the power of non-resistance and what true acceptance is and above all how the divine laws work to further the spiritual plan for our lives. White Eagle helps us to understand how to work with them to bring healing on all levels, both for ourselves and for our world.

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