A Brief History of Everything by Ken Wilber

By Ken Wilber

A short historical past of every thing provides Ken Wilber's obtainable and interesting account of fellows and women's position in a universe of intercourse, soul, and spirit. He examines the process evolution because the unfolding manifestation of Spirit, from subject of existence to brain, together with the better levels of non secular improvement the place Spirit turns into aware of itself. Wilber bargains extraordinary and unique perspectives on many themes of constant curiosity and controversy: gender wars, multiculturalism, ecology and environmental ethics between them.

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Look, and always try to find the unity. In unity is religion, in disunity religion is lost. And avoid being against. If you are against, you will become rigid, hard, and the harder you become the more dead you will be. I have heard that it once happened that a gang of robbers, by mistake, entered a monastery. They thought this house belonged to some rich man -- the monastery had a look of richness -- so they entered. But the monks gave them such a hard fight they were happy when they succeeded in escaping.

You have all the sources of infinite energy within you, you are related to the cosmic source, but you feel impotent because you are continuously dissipating energy. If thought stops even for a single moment and activity is no more, if you have become like a statue, unmoving within or without, if there is no movement, either of body or of mind, then tremendous energy is released. Where will it go now there is no activity? It cannot go without. You become a pillar of energy, a flame of energy. Everything becomes conscious inside, everything is lighted; your whole being is filled with light.

When Chishti heard that Jilani was coming he felt, "To pay respect to Jilani it will not be good to play my instrument now. Because he is such an orthodox Mohammedan, it will not be a good welcome. " So only for that day, in his whole life, he decided he would not play, he would not sing. He waited from morning and in the afternoon Jilani came. Chishti had hidden his instruments. When Jilani came and they both sat in silence, the instruments started to make music -the whole room was filled. Chishti became very puzzled over what to do.

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