THE IMPERSONAL LIFE. I AM. To you who read, I speak. To you, who, through long years and much running to and fro, have been eagerly seeking, in books. Impersonal Life by Joseph Benner can be read for free at NewThoughtLibrary. com – the free Library of Metaphysical New Thought Books and Texts with Links to. The classic of practical mysticism is published with four bonus works in this handsome signature edition. Since it first appeared in , The Impersonal.

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Joseph Sieber Benner

Retrieved 2 February Different, but still referring to Jesus as the true expression of God’s will and knowledge for us to live by. Where Buddhism Meets Neuroscience. Aug 30, Aileen rated it it was amazing. If you’re ready – you get it!

Its a bit of a confusing read at first and even throughout, but once you understand in form is which it is written it is quite eye opening. He was chief owner of the Akron Printing Company. Ultimately irritating Bennet writes in the first person as if taking dictation from God. The Impersonal, like Emptiness in Buddhism, is without-personality, and only one Self, meaning we do not have a soul each; the one Self, as ‘God’, is the Impersonal I Am.


High level spiritual writing. A copy was allegedly with him on the night he died. Next to the Bible, Ljfe pondered these words every day.

Simply put, we are each a no-one, a no-body, and that is good news, inviting gradual growth in freedom from the confines of personality, so from person. Jul impetsonal, Pages Buy. The Monkey Is the Messenger.

He was reading it when he died in his bathroom.

He remained an officer of the Central Savings and Trust Company for the imlersonal of his career. Finally, this joswph the kind of book that would be a resource some persons would return to frequently, for inspiration and reorientation to the truths presented here.

This book is not an easy read at first and it is not for everyone – you definitely have to be in a place that’s ready to receive it’s message. Jan 14, Margaret rated it it was amazing. Refresh and try again. Benner American mystic Joseph S.

Other people might call it living in the present but this book was written way before all those new agey terms were used for this ancient wisdom. Jun 22, Jackie Law rated it really liked it. I’m going to impeersonal this again because, I think, I have much to learn from this little book.

Books by Joseph Benner. Jan 04, Nidhi Kaur rated it it was amazing.

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Inspired by Your Browsing History. The topic however, is very much like what “A Course in Miracles” says and Buddhism–so in that regard I liked it. Try Eckhart Tolle instead. Mindful Eating on the Go.


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Jan 17, Kim Ezpeleta rated it it was amazing. I keep having to buy new copies because I give this to everyone who might find it interesting – the root from which many ‘spiritual’ books have sprung, brilliant. The words of the book were channeled from source to him.

For me, this was a tough read. Our destiny is to awaken from personality to this Impersonal and surrender to It. Andrew Barone and George Anderson.

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Not because of the content but the Archaic language. This ‘God’, or I Am, is not outside us, ojseph within all things, manifesting particular traits and purposes based on the assigned nature of each creation, be it rock, apple tree, snow flake, Jun 26, Brian Wilcox rated it really liked it. Jun 17, Fernando rated it it was amazing.