Spirituality and Metaphysics: An Insider's Take on Life's Most Important Subjects - James Goi Jr.

Spirituality and Metaphysics: An Insider's Take on Life's Most Important Subjects

By James Goi Jr.

  • Release Date: 2021-06-11
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4.5
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If you are a fan of metaphysics, quantum physics, mind power, spirituality and spiritual growth, self-help, human potential, personal development, motivation, and the Law of Attraction, then you will love this book.

Most people are concerned with material survival and success to the exclusion of anything "spiritual" or "metaphysical." And that sort of mindset has its place in human life. Human beings face many obstacles and dangers which must be recognized and addressed so they can make their way in this world. So that's all good.

What is not so good, though, is completely excluding the spiritual and metaphysical aspects of life. First, they are the most important. Second, the study and use of spiritual and metaphysical concepts can increase one's ability to survive and thrive. So, increased safety. Greater success. And more of what really matters in life: spiritual enlightenment. The best of all worlds. And this book will show you the way there.

From the book:

And I finally had to ask myself what one dream character
could say to another dream character that would even matter.
And I put my pen down for a long time. Finally, I picked it
up again. After all, what else was I supposed to do?


Actual facts are beyond knowing from the human
frame of reference. The best we can do is
to at least agree on what appears to be.


We are so lost it’s not even funny. We should not be seeking
a theory of everything. We should be seeking a theory of nothing.


I don’t care how far technology and science advance.
I will always trust nature and common sense more.


Many think the act of observation is subjective and that which is
observed is objective. This presupposes that the two are separate
phenomena. But they’re not.


Painful experiences teach valuable lessons and are a necessary part of
the learning process. Comes a time, though, when a human being evolves
to the point where they can learn many of their lessons in other ways.
And after all, the pain is not the point. The lessons are the point.


If you ask me, one day of voluntary silence
is worth thirty days of involuntary babbling.


We are never actually dealing with things and conditions.
We are dealing with thoughts and concepts, and we routinely
mistake thoughts and concepts for being the things and conditions
thought of and conceptualized.


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