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Franklin Merrell-Wolff is a very cerebral man.
This book contains the truth, in sentences that are so precise that they are like mathematical equations, and so vast in scope that they are themselves like books.
As much as I appreciate the increased knowledge this book provides I can't say it has increased my desire for enlightenment.
One needs to understand that Wolff is describing a different conscious reality. He is also describing it from the perspective of an exceptionally educated philosopher. Read morePublished 3 months ago by charles McKeon
An intimate account of the Awakening of an individual that has taken great conscious care in both a daily account of the process after the shift to Awakening, and of the overall... Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. Doyle
In my view this is one of the best books ever written, if not the best -both in form and content- as to the development of self-consciousness, step by step, until the point where... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Carlos Mondejar Otero
This was a gift to my son, but in glancing at the index, I felt like I should keep it and read it myself. I will get it from my son when he is done and settle in with it.Published 19 months ago by Gerald Carlson
Still reading this is not a book to read quickly. When I pick it up and read a little it sends me to contemplation. I find it encouraging to have this sign post on the journey.Published 20 months ago by Maggie
Just think, Franklin Merrell-Wolff was a properly trained philosopher scientist and a gifted mathematician, like Bertrand Russell, but instead of tut-tuting at mysticism or using... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Halifax Student Account
Merrell-Wolff's personal account of his experience of transcendental consciousnes is the best attempt at describing that state I have ever come across. Read morePublished 23 months ago by C. Chesney
This book was highly recommended to me by a fellow meditator. I read part of the first chapter, and threw it out. It really sucks.Published on June 18, 2012 by zen_reader
Friends, over the years I have read many books purporting to describe the enlightened mind, this book left me wondering "what is he thinking? Read morePublished on February 18, 2011 by AlexG