Our Spiritual Companions

From Angels and Archangels to Cherubim and Seraphim

Adam Bittleston

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This book tells of the helpful spiritual powers both in human life and in nature, who support rather than hinder human freedom.

Format:
paperback
Size:
216 x 138 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Religion & Spirituality
Extent:
128 pages
ISBN:
9780863154331
Publication date:
01 Feb 2004
Edition:
3rd edition

Description

During the twentieth century, many people realized that it is not only our conscious minds which matter, but that we are influenced by a far wider 'unconscious' realm. Many powers, the author explains -- including helpers and tempers -- are involved in this. These powers are aware of what they are doing, even as they are invisible to our eyes. They are known as spiritual powers.

Where does this leave human freedom? Surely our free action depends on an idea which we have developed consciously?

This book tells of the helpful spiritual powers both in human life and in nature, who support rather than hinder human freedom. To know about their work can bring order into much that may have seemed chaotic and meaningless. Bittleston draws both on ancient traditions which speak of Angels and Archangels and of the great beings up to Cherubim and Seraphim, and on the revelation of the spirit which is breaking through in our time.

Reviews

'This book will provide much useful and beautiful information about angel hierarchies, and how we can co-operate in some of their work on earth. Gives many helpful suggestions as to how to meditate and commune with angels night and morning.'
-- Judith Norwood, Science of Thought Review

'Adam Bittleston has assembled a wealth of insight. His book will be a welcome companion.'
-- Theodore van Vliet, News from the Goetheanum

Author

Adam Bittleston was born in 1911 at Ockley, Surrey. He studied philosophy, politics and economics and Oxford and was ordained priest of the Christian Community in 1935. He worked in Leeds, London and Edinburgh. From 1970 he taught at the training centre of The Christian Community, and at Emerson College at Forest Row, Sussex. He died in 1989. His other books include The Spirit of the Circling Stars; Meditative Prayers for Today; and Loneliness.

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