THE SACRED HUMAN explores the role of our humanity in the expression of our divinity.
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Humanity has an awesome potential. We are made of the star stuff and in the image of our Creator. Our capacity for compassion and love is beyond imagining. Then why are we not expressing all that we can be? Why is our divinity still locked inside us as an "imprisoned splendor?"
The reason for many of us is that we are unwilling to accept our humanity. We consider parts of us unwholesome and unworthy of a place in our lives or the world. We try to hide our hurts and end up imprisoning our divinity.
The third millennium calls for a new species of human being, one that knows its humanity to be sacred and its potential to be divine.From the Author:
Nothing has had a greater impact on my inner life and therefore my life experience than the sacred human. For years I tried to change my humanity. Sometimes it seemed to work, and at other times I seemed to fail. And then through a series of experiences I discovered that my humanity needed to be experienced and accepted. This was the beginning of the life I live today.
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Book Description Publisher Not Specified, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110945175108