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God and the Evolving Universe: The Next Steps in Personal Evolution

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Chris Ryan

7 Hours 2 Minutes

HighBridge Company

December 2001

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Just a moment ago on the cosmic scale, a living creature began to wonder who it was, where it had come from, and where it might be going. Thousands of years of evolutionary progress have delivered the human species to this precise moment today when each act of individual improvement contributes to a new stage of evolution, a new kind of existence of earth.At a time when the need for spiritual connection and hope in the world is profound, God and the Evolving Universe portrays a new vision of human possibility. Our ordinary way of being in the world can suddenly blossom into the extraordinary. Daily awakenings-those brief glimpses of a higher intelligence, of a destiny that wants to be actualized in us-become the stuff of compelling shifts to a larger sense of self. Inner wakefulness will lead to discoveries about our untapped capacities for extraordinary life.A bold new work that unites the planetary and the personal in one broad stroke, God and the Evolving Universe describes a human species that is evolving by small and large steps toward epochal change. Global perspectives of evolutionary change paired with exercises that help readers develop their personal abilities create the foundation for transcendence to the next level of human potential.

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  • Northern Girl

    This book is full of interesting facts about the history of religion. However, the narration makes it sound more like a documentary than a spiritual teaching. It was a bit hard to follow at times and other times, I would suddenly realized my mind had gone off somewhere else and I had no idea what the man was talking about. But there are parts that are very interesting and informative. Would I listen to it again? No, I wouldn't.

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  • Anonymous

    dry information that seemed to repeat a lot. Awful narration

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  • Anna Shahba

    I just can belive this writer! Redfield is the most amazing writer of all. I can't wait to read every book this guy wrote. His Celestine Profecy was realy easy to read, but this book has to many damne eglish words I don't understand. I wish the writers would have the consideretion of us who Eglish is not our first languich. Very powerfull book though! I love it. I recomend proudly!!!

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  • Richard Buck

    Boring, boring, boring. Unless you're into history (specifically the history of religion), I would not recommend this book.

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  • DAS

    Just couldn't figure out where this book was going. Stayed with it for 4 cds, then cancelled the shipment of the 2nd set.

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