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Newly Released: Dialogues With My God Self A Masterful Self-Help Guide by Philosopher Bizziccari
Answering Age-Old Questions About the Purpose of our Existence, The Secrets Of Love, The Law of Cause and Effect, Good and Evil and The Nature of God
This book is both a self-help guide helping us answer questions about life, love and our existence, and an epic work full knowledge and wisdom inspiring the reader to be one with his fellow human beings and one with the universe. Dialogues with My God Self is written as a series of conversations addressing life’s most important questions, such as:
● Who am I? What is the purpose of my being here?
● What is love?
● What is the difference between the head and the heart?
● What is the origin of evil and the cause of suffering?
● What is the nature of God?
● What is God’s relation to the individual?
And many more questions.
Many readers have already expressed their deep appreciation for Dr. Bizziccari’s work. They compare his book to “drinking in the freshness of a well-spring,” or state “the church fathers, Gnostics of old, Saints of all ages have not expressed such a complex and gargantuan subject in the easy to understand manner as you did” or just say “A magnificent read of truth.”
This book can basically summed up with the following quote in its concluding pages:
“….intellectual explanations will never satisfy your hunger for the truth……It is not enough to read the menu, one must eat the food”.
Dialogues with My God Self will resonate with anyone seeking spiritual insight and striving for higher consciousness, but also for those who have ever wondered about the condition and purpose of their existence, or who wondered about the true differences between the sexes, or who struggled intellectually with questions of spirituality.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
ALVARO BIZZICCARI received his Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Rome in Italy before moving to the United States.
DIALOGUES WITH MY GOD SELF: Understanding the Law of Love
Cosimo Books, November 2012
Paperback, 754 pages, $29.99 / £23.99
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