A Treatise on White Magic: The Way of the Disciple

A Treatise on White Magic The Way of the Disciple Fifteen Rules for Magic the soul the White Magician becoming manifest through its own inherent magical powers The human being is essentially and inherently divine The soul is the means whereby human

  • Title: A Treatise on White Magic: The Way of the Disciple
  • Author: Alice A. Bailey
  • ISBN: 9780853301233
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fifteen Rules for Magic the soul, the White Magician, becoming manifest through its own inherent magical powers The human being is essentially and inherently divine The soul is the means whereby humanity evolves a consciousness of divinity, redeems gross matter and liberates the pure flame of spirit This work talks about White Magic.

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    • miguel says:

      After reading over 300 pages of this book I found myself wanting to understand it more clearly. So I decided to put it down and study the topics that are mentioned here. Now after reading books on Yoga, Meditation, Spirituality, Chakras, Astrology, Astronomy and even Metaphysics I feel ready for this book. I am exited to start it over again and wonder if its goning to be enough to fully comprehend it or if its going to guide me to other paths for more clarity.

    • Yeon Seo says:

      I am currently studying this book. I have read the contents of this book in entirety, yet there is I have oodles more to absorb. It is the current text for my yoga class. I recommend it to anyone. :-)

    • dragonboy says:

      this is a pretty intense read, but awesome for anyone who is VERY serious about their own spiritual path

    • Constantin says:

      Subjectively, this book doesn't interest me much as it follows a completely different path than I do and I see it as just another book with entry level information.BUTObjectively, I think this is an excellent book for a beginner! It has a ton of valuable information and great ideas for further thinking and research in such a compact volume! I recommend it if you are just starting out your journey in the occult.

    • Nicholas says:

      No stars for this tripe, but that is not an available option. Read online review "In Theosophy's Shadow" for reasons to avoid it and all of AA Bailey's writings.

    • Eddie says:

      One of the first of the books by A.A. Bailey that I read although students had spoken of Consciousness of the Atom before it. White Magic introduces the concept of Will to Good. Good will. It's best not to think in racial terms when thinking of the White Magic and the White Brotherhood also introduced in this book.

    • Roger Buck says:

      How devoted I was to this book in my youth! And how it then de-humanised me But Meditations on the Tarot saved my soul corjesusacratissimum/2009/

    • Sherry says:

      An amazing book largely because of the way it is supposedly written. Alice Bailey channels "the tibetan" whose treatise this is. It is quite detailed esoterica about causing good in the inner realms. I don't know if I ascribe to it, but I certainly learned a lot by reading it.

    • Rae Coleman says:

      I never actually finished it It was hard to read for extended periods bc of how dry it is Oh yeah & I lost out somehow! Ugh It is a great, informative work

    • Bodo Balsys says:

      Fantastic book relating to the taking of up to the third initiation for disciples - read it many times and you will always find more depth to it.

    • Jason West says:

      great book!! difficult but worth it :)

    • marie monroe says:

      my copy of this is put back together with masking tape that is now flaking. i also made a cardboard back for it from an old legal pad. this is the conspiracy-theory i really believe.

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