Title, Herbs: The Magic Healers. Author, Paul Twitchell. Publisher, Lancer Books, Original from, Pennsylvania State University. Digitized, Jun 26, Describes the history, medicinal use, and magical properties of herbs, and explains why good health is an important aid to spiritual growth. Title, Herbs: the magic healers. Author, Paul Twitchell. Publisher, Lancer Books, Original from, the University of Michigan. Digitized, Aug 4,
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Since ancient times herbs have been used by medical practitioners and spiritual adepts alike to soothe the anguish of body and soul. Among the proponents of such natural organic foods were the great Masters of Eckankar, perhaps the first spiritual masters to recognize that healthy bodies aided the concentration necessary to reach God-Realization.
Paul Twitchell, modern-day founder of the fhe teachings of Eckankar, tells you all you need to know about herbs – their history, their curative powers, their legendary “magic. When Paul Twitchell made Eckankar known to the modern world inhe separated spiritual truths from the cultural trappings which had surrounded them. Average people could begin to experience the Light and Sound of God while still living a happy, steady, and productive life.
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Paul Twitchell was born in Kentucky in the early part of the twentieth century and served in the US Navy during the Second. A seeker from an early age, he was pxul to a group of spiritual Masters who would change the course of his life. While they trained Paul to become the Living ECK Master, he explored a wide range of spiritual traditions under different teachers.
The high teachings of ECK had been scattered to the four corners of the world. Paul gathered these golden teachings of Light and Sound and made them readily available to us. It was these God experiences he chronicled in his book, The Tiger’s Fang.
Herbs: the magic healers
Paul Twitchell eventually joined the Vairagi Order and was given the task of bringing Eckankar to the world. ByPaul was giving Soul Travel workshops in California and offering discourses on the teachings of Eckankar.
A community of ECKists began paull grow. InEckankar was established as a nonprofit religious organization.
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Paul Twitchell died inbut not before he initiated many into the ECK teachings. He continues to give new life to the age-old spiritual teachings of ECK.
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To be free from anxiety and fear. To have a great capacity for survival over illness and anxieties. To have joy, long life, and great spiritual adventures. Paperbackpages.
Published October 15th by Eckankar first published June 1st Heebs see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Herbsplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jul 21, David rated it it was amazing. One of the greatest revelations this book brought to me was the necessity of learning about ourselves and what we can and cannot eat.
I continue to be amazed at how healres my needs are for different types of foods, the type of exercise I do, and of course, many other things specific to me as an individual.
I highly recommend this book. It will teach you at least one new things regarding your individual health. Mar 10, Yaaresse rated it palu was ok Shelves: Kind of an early alternative health book that throws out large amounts of unsourced and questionable information written by a guy with zero background in health, alternative therapies, or science.
OTOH, Paul Twitchell was such a rampant plagiarist that maybe he copied from sources that did do their homework. Still wouldn’t bet my health on it. Kind of a fun read just for novelty sake, though. Jan 17, Asha Zarr rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Bought this long ago but no longer have it.
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