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  • Author:
    Geoffrey Hodson
  • ISBN:
    0835604772
  • ISBN13:
    978-0835604772
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  • Publisher:
    Quest Books (January 1, 1987)
  • Pages:
    220 pages
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    Psychology
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Geoffrey Hodson presents a method of attainment largely novel to . .Published January 1st 1987 by Quest Books (first published January 25th 1975).

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Geoffrey Hodson has written several volumes on the symbology in the Bible.

The Call to the Heights: Guidance on the Pathway to Self-Illumination (Quest Book). Geoffrey Hodson gives many explanations about clairvoyance itself. These are not entirely easy, or clear, explanations. The whole work is what can be classified as "occult knowledge", - but tuned with the best, the highest, the most ideal atitudes. It is nice to read this book together with "The Kingdom of the Gods", also by Hodson, which is a treaty on the magnificent angels (devas) of nature: luminous guardians that only the gifted can perceive. All the pictures are stunning. Highly inspirational.

The Call to the Heights: Guidance on the Pathway to Self-Illumination (Quest Book) by.What is most interesting to me personally is Hodson's use of the term "Great White Brotherhood of Adepts", of which I am yet at a loss.

Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). What is most interesting to me personally is Hodson's use of the term "Great White Brotherhood of Adepts", of which I am yet at a loss examplified with his reverence for Greek Mythology (stolen) and his use of the above term.

Under Hodson’s direction she painted the illustrations for his book . Hodson was the author more than 50 books on spirituality, many being still in print. The Call to the Heights: Guidance on the Pathway to Self-Illumination, 1975. Christ Life from Nativity to Ascension, 1975.

Under Hodson’s direction she painted the illustrations for his book, The Kingdom of the Gods. Hodson then went to Australia to be with his wife Jane, who since 1929 had progressive paralysis due to multiple sclerosis. Music Forms: Superphysical Effects of Music Clairvoyantly Observed, 1976.

Hodson traveled the world extensively lecturing for The Theosophical Society. The Call to the Heights: Guidance on the Pathway to Self-Illumination. Christ Life from Nativity to Ascension. He also wrote over two hundred articles and held radio talks. Geoffrey Hodson in Auckland, New Zealand, 1953.

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In The Call to the Heights, Geoffrey Hodson presents a method of attainment largely novel to contemporary society, but nevertheless, a method that comes directly from the ancient wisdom of our earliest ancestors.

All Authors, Contributors: Geoffrey Hodson. Series Title: A Quest book. Responsibility: by Geoffrey Hodson. More information: Publisher description. Find more information about: Geoffrey Hodson. ISBN: 083560835604772. OCLC Number: 1676382. Description: 213 pages ; 21 cm.

In The Call to the Heights, Geoffrey Hodson presents a method of attainment largely novel to contemporary society, but nevertheless, a method that comes directly from the ancient wisdom of our earliest ancestors.

Arabella V.
I've been looking for a book like this for a long time, that gives the self-directed spiritual seeker guidance and encouragement on that path. I'm not a theosophist, as was Geoffrey Hodson, but his writing and teaching exists, in my mind, well beyond the confines of any school of thought, into the inspired realm, where the true teaching comes from. His words seem to have a clarifying power of their own, and I found this book to be potent because of that - the energy of it seems particularly clear and high.

When a spiritually-focused person isn't walking within a strict tradition, it can be very difficult to understand what is happening to you and in your life, even though you sense the workings of the universe, the hand of God, in it. That has been the case with me, and this book explained many things clearly and well, about the spiritual process that is set in motion when you answer the call inside you.

Portions of it toward the end reflect the times he lived in, in that there were several chapters of shoulds and should nots, but I recognise them as necessities to not stumbling on the higher-stakes, more spiritualized path one is embracing. Contemporary writing might couch it in suggestions or encouragement, whereas Hodson said one 'cannot' or 'must not' do certain things without danger of falling or losing one's path, perhaps for the duration of your present lifetime. So which is the better way to present this knowledge? I'm not sure, but it's indicative of a different era. It's obvious his urging is driven by a compassion for the self-directed spiritual seeker that doesn't have the boundaries, walls and rules of a traditional order, and I accept it as that, grateful for the knowledge and his heart toward these seekers. That is his whole purpose in writing this book. If you are such a seeker, I recommend it.
Drelalak
This is a very advanced text for the theosophically-minded reader. The text may look and sound simplified to the reader, since the author is a precise, amazingly melodious writer of the English Language. But the content is deep, revolving around what "takes" to become a true initiate of the Mistery Tradition of the West. As other books by Geoffrey Hodson, it is inspired from a higher source - which means, he had a spiritual guide in the making of this work. For the spiritually minded in this tradition, this book is a must. For those who only circumambulate around these strange and intangible realities, the book will be possibly thought of as an uncomprehensible thing, - or worse: an irritating thing.
Doriel
This book is full of wisdom. I highly recommend.