- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: TSG Publishing Foundation, Inc.; 1 edition (March 31, 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0965620328
- ISBN-13: 978-0965620321
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,702,852 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This reviewer has seen several books about the anti-christ, but none as revealing about the nature of evil at "Battling Dark Forces". And for good reason...the author, Torkom Saraydarian, was a student of Alice A. Bailey. In the past 40 years, this prolific author and lecturer published 57 books. This is the first of many published posthumously (he died last January), so his vision will live for years to come.
"Battling Dark Forces" identifies these dark forces, these enemies of light, and describes their mission of ugliness and control. In the telling, author Saraydarian makes good use of his studies in monasteries, ancient temples and mystery schools. Sprinkled throughout this testimony to enlightenment are telling anecdotes that helped bring these revelations home to me, and will to you, too.
We learn that evil hates beauty, fights against goodness, righteousness, joy, freedom, enlightenment...even consciousness expansion. It accomplishes this with its negative energy and thoughtforms that create disunity, doubt, confusion, degeneration of Great Ones and, of course, alcohol and drug use.
"Battling Dark Forces", therefore, is about deception and fear. "Battling Dark Forces" is about self-defeat and an evil means to control you and me. "Battling Dark Forces" is, most of all, an air raid siren in the war against darkness... and a manual for psychic self-defense. In order to win the war, we must purge ourselves of darkness. "An outer force will not attack you unless you have similar darkness within you" writes Mr. Saraydarian.
"Battling Dark Forces" is a well-written, supremely informative and insightful book that should not be missed! (Richard Fuller, Senior Editor, "Metaphysical Reviews", September, 1997). -- Richard Fuller, Senior Editor, "Metaphysical Reviews", September 1997
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WINNING THE BATTLE AGAINST EVIL. Life is often a battle. We are bombarded daily by forces inside and outside ourselves which lead us away from health, happiness, and personal well-being.
This book describes for you who the dark forces are, where they come from, and what purpose they serve. Most importantly, it shows us how we can gain victory over these forces and becomes true servers of lights.
You will learn: How the dark forces use alcohol and drugs to work their evil; How to shield and protect yourself from dark attacks; How to discriminate between good and evil; How to distinguish between inner and outer attacks.
This book will open your eyes to both the seen and unseen worlds. With clarity of mind and emotions, you will finally learn how to be free from manipulation and exploitation.
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Torkom Saraydarian taught a form of the Ageless Wisdom based on the Alice Bailey Teachings and Agni Yoga, and he published over 50 books, videos and CDs.
He spent his life making the Ageless Wisdom into a series of practical tools. This one deals with the root causes of many of the difficulties that beset us personally and socially. Many of his ideas and concepts are challenging, thought provoking and intuition provoking. A little pushing against things that we take for granted is always useful, and it certainly is here.
The book contains multiple remedies and recommendations for dealing with some of the things that test and challenge us.
You may not agree with everything in this book, some of which may, perhaps, have been the fruit of the time and place where he was born and raised, rather than insights from the Wisdom. I have been a student of the Teachings for a very long time, and I've had some extraordinarily fine teachers. Yet none has ever been quite as dogmatic and puritanical about sex. In fact, most were the complete opposite. But those comments are only a small part of the book. The thing about following any particular path is to find one that resonates with the Higher Self, and not necesssarily with our own attitudes and former beliefs. I remember a student once complaining that there were levels of unfolding and development when following a path and its practices. "That sounds like being in school," she said, and promptly left. Yet that's the way it is: spiritual practice does normally lead to a series of changes over time, that are usually stepwise and progressive. The student just wasn't ready to follow the program just yet, and that's fine.
Most of Torkom Saraydarian's insights are extraordinary, and well worth your time.
Instead, it condemns behaviors that, like it or not, have become a part of Western civilization. It also encourages what I consider to be a really repressed and unhealthy attitude toward one's sexuality. My personal view is that if you are a consenting adult (and I put particular stress on the word consenting), then it's no one's business but yours.
While I tend to agree that becoming obsessed with revenge is harmful, I don't think that "turn the other cheek" is a terribly helpful attitude to have either. Those who have been abused to the point of trauma do NOT need the insinuation yet again that their anger toward their abusers is not valid. It would be nice for once to see a more balanced view rather than an extreme.
While Battling Dark Forces does a wonderful job in identifying the source of the problem, it does not offer solutions that are palatable to me. Look elsewhere for help.