- Series: The Path of Life Series (Book 1)
- Paperback: 184 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 13, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1515399990
- ISBN-13: 978-1515399995
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,851,295 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Light of the Soul: A Wise Man, and an Ancient Path to Life´s Greatest Riches (The Path of Life Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 13, 2015
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A Must Read For All!
This is a unique voice of wisdom which speaks of truths that we could all easily ignore. The Light of the Soul affected me. It brought compassion to my heart. Sorrow for injustice. And allowed me to see myself anew. This author is indeed a true wise man. I feel like this is one of those rare books that comes along every now and then which is destined for greatness. I actually feel privileged to have read this book. Deepak Chopra, move over.
Harry Whitewolf, author of The Road To Purification and Route Number 11.
A Message of Absolute Truth
Finally, a simple yet deep book that aims to increase the understanding of humanity at the level of the soul. This writing calls on every individual to take his or her personal responsibility for the darkness in the world today while reaching inward to rekindle the light of our soul and its special mission. The simplicity of this book is a beautiful blessing. Absolute Truth exists and is always simple, and Arnulfo Oxlaj is truly a messenger...and wise man.
R.Ian Goudie Ph.D.
About the Author
Indigenous activist, teacher and author Arnulfo Oxlaj was born blind, deaf and mute in the midst of the armed conflict in Guatemala. He spent eight years in silence and darkness until his sight, hearing and voice were all given to him in a single day. During this time, he learned to see the deepest truths of life with the eyes of his soul. Just weeks after this miracle occurred, a terrifying experience would have a profound impact on his life. Arnulfo Oxlaj's childhood ended abruptly when soldiers broke into his house and threw him and all the village children into a deep well to die. On the fourth day a band of guerrillas came across the well, saw Arnulfo's head protruding from the mountain of small bodies and pulled him out. Of 116 children, Arnulfo was the only survivor. While he was in the well, Arnulfo saw that there is a war inside of each human being, and that we need to remove the veil that hides the truth from us in order to be truly free and live our mission in the world. Grateful for his life, Arnulfo made a promise: to dedicate his life to helping others and delivering a message of peace to humanity. In that moment, his NGO AMOR was born. Shortly thereafter, Arnulfo began going from house to house, sharing what little food and medicine he could find. He began to dream of a rebirth starting in his home village, a ´revolution´ of love and generosity, a chance for his people and all people to finally contribute their gifts and talents to the world. The next few years were devoted to understanding, integrating, and deepening his realisation and gift, both internally and externally. Later, he began to work in Guatemala, North America and Europe with individuals and small groups as a counsellor and teacher.. Since then, he has worked with thousands of people at public events, in prisons, hospitals, churches, corporations, universities, schools and camps. Many report experiencing a profound transformation or experience of truth as a result. Arnulfo Oxlaj is the author of the The Light of the Soul, which has been hailed a 'gift for the heart of humanity', 'its simplicity a great blessing', and provoked comments such as 'I actually feel privileged to have read this book. Deepak Chopra, move over.' For free books and member's only video and audio teachings sign up to day for exclusive FREE membership and access to Arnulfo's private community. www.arnulfooxlaj.com
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It's been a long time since I read a book that challenged my spiritual beliefs. When I was younger I would devour plenty of holistic works, but these days I prefer to rely on my own inner wisdom. That doesn't mean I've not got anything new to learn though. The spiritual path is one of constant learning, and as I said: this book challenged me. It doesn't go down the any-old-self-help-spiritual-familiar-truth-book-of-the-mass-market-genre route. This is a unique voice of wisdom which speaks of truths that we could all easily ignore. It's not The Secret where apparently spirituality has suddenly become about what we can GET. It's a story of The Centre of Nature- the source, as seen through the eyes of a Mayan descendant who speaks clearly, precisely and with wonderful parables and analogies, that asks us to take responsibility and be obedient- the very things modern day 'New Agism', let alone the rest of the world (and myself) have perhaps forgotten. Obedience and freedom may seem contrary, but they're not.
This book also tells of brutal stories from growing up in Guatemala as well as the truly remarkable story of the author's childhood. The mixture of these factors with the rest of the philosophy and spirituality of the book, all combined together in a clean, crisp, welcoming, on the money approach of one heck of a book. That's not to say some of this book isn't uncomfortable reading- either because of the atrocities in the world, or how far we've come from any original source, or because it makes us realise how easily we can all lie to ourselves, or because I struggle to agree with some sentiments. I've not been challenged for a long time. Thank you sabio.
This book affected me. It brought compassion to my heart. Sorrow for injustice. And allowed me to see myself anew.
The author has left me wanting to read his book again. After all, some of it has left me a little uncertain as to what I think with regards to some things, so I need to go over them again. That's why this author is indeed a true wise man. I feel like this is one of those rare books that comes along every now and then which is destined for greatness. I actually feel privileged to have read this book.
Deepak Chopra, move over.