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The Opening of the Way by Isha Schwaller de Lubicz – Here, the author of the two Her-Bak novels provides specific tools that instruct in the comprehension and. The Opening of the Way. A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient Egypt. By (author) Isha Schwaller de Lubicz. The Opening of the Way. The Opening of the Way. A Practical guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient Egypt. ISHA SCHWALLER de LUBICZ. Contents: 1 Freedom of Individual Search .
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The Opening of the Way: A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient Egypt
Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Opening of the Way: Here, the author schwa,ler the two Her-Bak novels provides specific tools that instruct in the comprehension and application of those teachings, and help us recognize that it is by the path of silence and meditation that we are guided to the intelligence of the heart, which is our key to self-mastery and our connection to higher consciousness.
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The Opening Of the Way by De Lubicz, Isha Schwaller
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Isha Schwaller de Lubicz and her husband wrote several works on Egyptology in which they deviate from mainstream thought and propose a view that is more similar to Taoist, Buddhist, or Gnostic thought. They hold the view that the ancient Egyptians possessed an all-around advanced way of thinking of a more intuitive character, rather than supporting the traditional view mainstream Egyptology holds of them as a collection of primitives who performed monumental architectural feats simply to appease Isha Schwaller de Lubicz and her husband wrote several works on Egyptology in which they deviate from mainstream thought and propose a view that is more similar to Taoist, Buddhist, or Gnostic thought.
They hold the view that the ancient Egyptians possessed an all-around advanced way of thinking of a more intuitive character, rather than supporting the traditional view mainstream Egyptology holds of them as a collection of primitives who performed monumental architectural feats simply to appease the massive egos of Pharaohs who believed themselves to be gods.
The author however, is far from being any blind devotee to Classicism and she instead presents a logical yet wonderfully fluid description of how the ancients or at least those of the priesthood may have thought as well as how we can internalize and benefit from those same ideas today. In addition to having spent years on-site at Luxor with her husband, studying the Egyptian temples and hieroglpyhs, the author has incredible familiarity with Taoist, Christian, Gnostic, and Kabbalistic studies.
All of these subjects mix together in her description of concepts that could otherwise be very obscure. This work is not however, full of detailed descriptions of Egyptian culture, ritual or daily life for that, reading through her fiction work Her-Bak or her husband’s books would more than suffice. Though it is implied that ancient Egyptian religious devotees held to the ways of thinking she discusses, she doesn’t slip into wild speculation and unproveable statements about the minds of the ancient Egyptians.
Instead she puts forth a blended work of concepts, recommendations for meditative reflection, and profoundly simple and powerful words of wisdom gained as result of over a decade of on-site study of Luxor in addition to all those other occidental and oriental studies. You could view this as a non-scientific work of mysticism, but really the author’s writing style and means of presenting ideas is almost identical to a piece of Taoist literature and is probably best read with a similar attitude.
As with her husband’s works and those of other esoteric French philosophers like Baudrillardthis author’s works requires reading at a slower pace, but nowhere near as frustratingly complicated to read as those other authors. Though this is an esoteric work full of profound ideas, she never tries to lose you in the depths of complicated thoughts.
She seems to be quite mindful of how her thoughts sound to her readers, anticipating the potential complications and gracefully bringing the reader to the necessary complimenting thoughts that help cement the concept.
While it’s not essential to do so before reading this book, you might appreciate it more so if you read Rene Descartes short work Discourse on Method. Isha Schwaller de Lubicz’s discussion of the “automaton” and also of various bodily functional systems circulation, respiration, lymphatic, digestion, etc.
May 16, Michael Kelly rated it did not like it. Only the second book I have abandoned reading in the last openkng years, I usually finish a book at any cost, but dear Gods, I can’t abide another sentence of this tedious drivel. I had actually looked forward to this. I read ‘Her-Bak’ and ‘Serpent in the Sky’ years ago and although they were a bit dry, I kpening a lot from them.
Despite the title, there are only passing references to Egypt. I had expected a book which would refer to actual Egyptian myths and beliefs. This, however, includes chapters Only the second book I have abandoned reading in the last five years, I usually finish a book at any cost, but dear Gods, I can’t abide another sentence of this tedious drivel.
This, however, includes chapters on Karma and Reincarnation. Ancient Egypt was a highly stratified society, but I find no references to Karma per se in their myths.
The Opening of the Way
Add to the fact that you can’t read a paragraph without starting to snore. I don’t know whether the author or the translator is to blame, but this is the most boring, repetitive, colourless drivel it has ever been my misfortune to inflict upon my brain.
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About Isha Schwaller de Lubicz. Isha Schwaller de Lubicz. As pupil of R. Schwaller de Lubicz and later as his wife, she went on to investigate other religions and philosophical systems, including Taoism, Islam.
Her most significant work was done in Egypt, where she lived for fifteen years among the temples and the tombs. There, patient labor and exceptional circumstances enabled her to penetrate the secret symbolism of the hieroglyphs.
Her discovery aroused the enthusiasm of the eminent Egyptologist Alexandre Varille, who devoted the last ten years of his life to verifying and developing its practical application. Thus was unveiled a wisdom that for thousands of years had openihg men the science of life.
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