Soul’s Divine Journey Sri Gary Olsen offers clear and loving answers to seekers’ deepest questions about true spirituality – finding and recognising a true Master, a true spiritual Path, and the Sound Current that resides within all of life. It is a book about consciousness and self-discovery, offering the possibility that the truth one seeks lies within oneself, and how to find the Path that one must take to discover this true self. For a free copy of Soul’s Divine Journey, order the soft cover book (free shipping) or read Soul’s Divine Journey online: MasterPath
MasterPath: The Divine Science of Light and Sound, Vol. I by Sri Gary Olsen, spiritual leader of MasterPath. Section headings: The Seeker of Truth; The doctrine of Light and Sound; The hidden spirituality reflected within our worldly desires and ideals; Furthering your spiritual aspirations. Available from MasterPath
From Light to Sound: The Spiritual Progression by Dennis Holtje. From the Introduction: “Just what is the spiritual energy known as Sound? What are the distinctions between these two spiritual forces of light and Sound, and why can this progression be so vitally important to the seeker? We will explorer the answers to these questions within this book’s pages. Hopefully, what is written here will also help clarify differences between the many modes of spiritual thinking, including religion and the psychic arts, and their potential benefits and limitations, as we explore how these practices compare with the system of enlightenment known as the Light and Sound teachings.
Humankind’s spiritual endeavor is to establish and fully mature its innate identity as soul. The catalyst for such lofty spiritual attainments is the Light and Sound energies that exist within our own bodies. The ancient teachings of Light and Sound have developed over millennia of study and experience with these great spiritual energies.”
The Hidden Gospel: Decoding the Spiritual Message of the Aramaic Jesus by Neil Douglas-Klotz. (Pub. 1999, Quest Books). Quoting from the book: “Neil Douglas- Klotz’s scholarly work on the spirituality of the Aramaic Jesus brings a unique Middle Eastern perspective to the larger questions of our spiritual life and faith. The richness of the Aramaic worldview and an emphasis on spiritual practice make this book both inspirational and a profoundly practical guide for spiritual seekers. In his study of the Aramaic Jesus, the author looks at various themes expressed in the words and stories of Jesus, not to determine their validity, but rather to uncover their depth and their power to move us ‘to search for our own souls.’ Themes such as breath, holiness, light, Sophia, and love become doorways to a fresh, deep, multilayered interpretation of Yeshua.” An example: “Every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit” (Matthew 7:17). “When or if Jesus spoke those words, he spoke them in…. Aramaic. In Aramaic and in all the Semitic languages, the word for ‘good’ primarily means ripe, and the word for ‘corrupt’ or ‘evil’ primarily means unripe. When heard with Aramaic ears, those words might sound more like this: ‘A ripe tree brings forth ripe fruit, an unripe tree brings forth unripe fruit’.” Available from: Abwoon
Prayers of the Cosmos: Meditations on the Aramaic words of Jesus. Translated and with commentary by Neil Douglas-Klotz (Harper SanFrancisco 1994). Translations from the Aramaic of The Lords Prayer and the Beatitudes. Includes body prayers. Available from: Abwoon