Man's Two Natures, Human and Divine
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Prosveta Books
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Ref. : P0213AN
152 pages, 2 ill.
ISBN 2-85566-321-1

Table of Contents

1. Human Nature or Animal Nature?
2. The Lower Self is a Reflection
3. Man's True Identity
4. Methods of Escape
5. The Sun Symbolizes the Divine Nature
6. Put the Personality to Work
7. Perfection Comes with the Higher Self
8. The Silent Voice of the Higher Self
9. Only by Serving the Divine Nature
10. Address the Higher Self in Others
11. Man's Return to God, the Victory

Man is that ambiguous creature placed by evolution on the borderline between the animal kingdom and the Kingdom of God. His nature is twofold and if he is to continue to evolve it is important that he become aware of his inherent ambivalence. If the Scriptures declare, 'Ye are gods', it is in order to remind men that hidden deep within them lies that sublime essence that they have to learn to manifest. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov gives us the methods we need to manifest ourselves as the gods we really are... and of which we are still unaware.
One frequently hears people justifying certain faults and failings with the words, "It's only human", but as often as not, what they consider to be 'human' is really animal. So how should we define human nature?