Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Light on the Mountain Paperback – December 21, 2016
|New from||Used from|
The Amazon Book Review
Author interviews, book reviews, editors picks, and more. Read it now
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
About the Author
Stewart Bitkoff grew up in New York City and spent most of his professional career living and working in the New York City area. An expert in therapeutic recreation and psychiatric rehabilitation and treatment, Dr. Bitkoff has been on the faculty or served as field instructor for multiple colleges and universities. He has written work centering on the topic of the completed person and the original human development system. For years Dr. Bitkoff studied in two modern mystical schools. Professionally he worked to help the mentally ill integrate their altered states of consciousness into the physical world; recently he worked with children and their families as a behavioral consultant. Please visit his website at http://www.stewartbitkoff.com/ or visit on facebook.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Top Customer Reviews
The setting describes a location without name that can be anywhere and yet it is everywhere. The story speaks about a “magical, glowing light,” yet its thrust takes us to very tangible problems of the world. Liberators can take a turn toward greed and, without even noticing, they can plunge a people into war, with liberators turning into oppressors. Most of all, the story tells that people can find their way out of what binds them and find their freedom. The story speaks of times when all seems to be lost and of how we can turn problems into solutions. We need to search for these solutions and we can find them if we are open to receive them.
In just a few words, the author’s story manages to describe the history of nations, their wars and tribulations, how they evolve out of them, and how easily it is to forget the way unless one is very careful to maintain one’s touch with the Light. The author writes: the Ancient One uses words, but the message is received at a deeper level than mere words.
But I’ll let the author unfold his story. I have not revealed too much, because I have told you nothing. You have to read the book. Allow the author to weave his story, read it not with your everyday mind, but with your inner mind and, if just for a few hours, permit its magic to weave itself within you. You may be surprised. Transformation is in the air!
Thank you Stewart, for delivering such a clear and beautiful message.
I might add that a better you makes for a better person that might be a better solution to a Better World.
After reading one of the first publications of A Light On The Mountain, but Dr. Stewart Bitkoff, I realized that this is the answer to our spiritual quest. That is if you are truly searching.
If you aren’t searching, well then I suggest you might consider reading A Light On The Mountain.
Every decade a writer comes along to show us the way. Whether it was the Gospels, the Upanishads, The Prophet, Conversations With God, any of the spiritual teachers writings you will find this a refreshing story of spiritual conquest.
Dr. Bitkoff has traveled the world spiritually to reveal our inner powers to gain wisdom for the lives we live.
Join the quest and discover what it is to live a fuller life by giving of yourself. Dr. Bitkoff doesn’t promise miracles only you can deliver that.