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The Finding of the Third Eye Paperback – January 1, 1968
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About the Author
Vera Dorothea Stanley Alder (29 October 1898 - 26 May 1984) was a portrait painter and mystic. She wrote several books and pamphlets on self-help and spirituality. She founded the World Guardian Fellowship.
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It was written in the 1930's and reflects a lot of the thinking in occult /esoteric circles of that time.
The author comes from a theosophical background so readers who are already aquaintaned with this line of thinking might find themselves on familiar ground.
She ranks definetly amongst the best of the theosophical writers and has a clear and precise way of introducing the assorted subjects in this books.
None of the arrogance of some of her fellow authors of these days that tried to sign you up for their group.
Very valuable as a starting point to the occult teachings.
Although some of the ideas / information may seem a bit outdated it is still better than most modern day books out there.
She definetly knows what she is talking about.
Also check out "Shamballah" by Victoria Page and a book by the same title written by Jan v. Rijkenborgh the dutch modern day Rosecrucian.
The author was deep and with a no nonsense perspective. She pointed out that values plays an integral role in meditation in order for it to make a difference in one's life and I agree with her all the way on that. I recommend this book as a helpful eye opening point and a sensible approach to meditation. And she also points out that no information that we can get our hands on is 100% and I agree with that too. I consider this book to be far superior to Madame Blatvatsky's Secret Doctrine. It's just that it fell apart and I had to photocopy the book and staples the pages together. For that I had to take away one star.