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e-Book 1500 Ways to Escape the Human Jungle epub download

Author: Vernon Howard
ISBN: 091120301X
Pages: 126 pages
Publisher: New Life Books; 1st edition (August 1978)
Language: English
Size ePUB: 1731 kb
Size Fb2: 1951 kb
Size DJVU: 1550 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 567
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e-Book 1500 Ways to Escape the Human Jungle epub download

by Vernon Howard



This book brings me to my center where the truth within me resides. I am reading other Vernon Howard books as well.

~~ Howard was born near Haverhill, Massachusetts and began his writing career, in the 1940s, as an author of humor and children's books. He began speaking on the principles of personal development in the late 1950s while living in southern California. In the 1960s, he began writing books that focused on spiritual and psychological growth. This book brings me to my center where the truth within me resides.

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1500 ways to escape the human jungle. By Vernon Howard Posted by: ww. uperWisdom. 339. We can vainly try to hold falsehood or we can wisely let truth hold us. 340. The only way to win over this deluded world is to live inwardly above its hysteria. A higher good for you. Chapter 4 DISCOVER REAL SAFETY AND SECURITY. 341. These teachings supply a higher definition of doing good things for yourself.

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Find sources: "Vernon Howard" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (August 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Howard drew from what he perceived as being a "common thread" among several different philosophical and spiritual traditions for his insights and teachings. After Howard's death, several non-profit Foundations were established as a result of his many years of teaching. Esoteric Encyclopedia of Eternal Knowledge.

Escape from the human jungle is an inner action, unseen and unapplauded by the jungle inhabitants. 109. Bravely pass through the wilderness within, after which you will reach the colorful meadow within. 110. As we escape the rules of our habitual nature we come under the healthy rules of our cosmic nature.

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From Wikipedia: Vernon Linwood Howard (March 16, 1918 - August 23, 1992) was an American spiritual teacher, author, and philosopher. ~~~ Howard was born near Haverhill, Massachusetts and began his writing career, in the 1940s, as an author of humor and children's books. He began speaking on the principles of personal development in the late 1950s while living in southern California. In the 1960s, he began writing books that focused on spiritual and psychological growth. These writings emphasized the importance and practice of self-awareness. By the early 1970s, he had moved to Boulder City, Nevada and had begun teaching spiritual development classes after being contacted by numerous individuals interested in his writings. ~~~ Howard drew from what he perceived as being a "common thread" among several different philosophical and spiritual traditions for his insights and teachings. These included: Christian and Eastern mysticism, Gurdjieffian Fourth Way teachings, the Gospels of the New Testament, Jungian psychology, J. Krishnamurti and American Transcendentalism. He taught that there is a way out of suffering, and advocated self-honesty, persistence, the study and application of spiritual principles, and a sincere desire for inner change. He explained that a new and higher inner life is found through releasing the negative conditioned ego, which he described as the "false self". He asserted that this new life can only be found through awareness, and that the human ego is a barrier to this awareness. Thus, he taught that inner liberation was a ridding process, and that the false self is a fictitious collection of self-images or pictures about who we think we are. ~~~ In 1979, Howard founded the non-profit learning center New Life Foundation, where he continued to teach until his death in 1992. The foundation, now located in Pine, Arizona, continues Howard's legacy via personal classes held by some of the students who studied with Howard, as well as the marketing...
Flas
Fifteen hundred truths encapsulating succinct but practical guides to self-wholeness. A book that an earnest and persistent seeker of the Truth will find challenging and highly rewarding.
Adrierdin
the truth about human nautre
Ylonean
Get the book. Its repetitive. Decent. Not a book to sit down and read for hours. Just a few minutes here and there.
Mr_Jeйson
This little handbook is chocked absolutely full of great wisdom in deeply understanding how to help oneself, and how to survive (and thrive) in this confusing, troubled world by developing very good boundaries and inner wisdom. A fantastic primer for a life of independence, freedom and self-command. Highly recommend !
Keath
this book seems organized and disorganized at the same time----for me, he does not explain what he talks aboutsays and i like more explanation
MrCat
A great little pocket Bible! Toss the real Bible in the garbage and carry this little book with you for more inspirational and useful literature than religion offers. But I gave it only 4 stars because Howard is not telling everything he knew. It's a better guide than a Bible or Koran, but people don't really know what truth is. It's an impetus that has to be pointed out to people, and Howard doesn't do that. He doesn't explain the impetus he's talking about. What he has to say is true and helpful but still not hitting home.
Vijora
Thought provoking book, timeless advice for the crazy world we all live in. As Vernon Howard says, instead of thinking -- realize, and live above it all.
Excellent reading for the person who wants to change their attitude and life style