Rocket Scientists’ Guide to Authentic Spirituality

The world is filled with growing anguish and chaos caused by unfettered lust for money and power. Solutions must be found, but neither science nor religion seem capable of dealing. Isn’t it time to jettison failed beliefs, raise the spiritual bar, and set some gold standards for truth?

The Rocket Scientists’ Guide to Authentic Spirituality does just that. This book offers you spiritual standards and new energy concepts designed to help you establish higher standards, raise the proverbial bar, and sort out the authentic spiritual wheat from the useless and meaningless chaff. In this book learn the foundations of authentic spirituality, the Seven Pillars of Authentic Spirituality, and how you can use the foundation and pillars not only to elevate your spiritual practice, but also give you the power to tell for yourself when you are on an authentic and empowering spiritual path, or when you are being led down somebody else’s dark, blind alley.

Take control of your own spirituality. Read the Rocket Scientists’ Guide to Authentic Spirituality today.

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Table of Contents

  1. Building Bridges
  2. Outcome Measures I
  3. Authentic Spirituality
    • Lack of Standards
    • Antistandards
    • Confusion
  4. Outcome Measures II
    • Spiritual Awakening
      • Reaction
      • Spiritual Fools
      • Deliberate Deceivers
  5. Spiritual Activation (a.k.a. Empowerment)
    • Resistance
    • Who are the System Enforcers
    • Conclusion
  6. Problems
    • Self-Deception
    • Conundrum
  7. The Seven Pillars of Authentic Spirituality
    • Accessible (and Inclusive)
    • Grounded (and Embodied)
    • Responsible
    • Empowering
    • Fruitful
    • Grounded, Logical, and Consistent
    • Empirically Verifiable
    • Epistemological Sophistication
  8. Conclusion

Mike Sosteric

I’m just a guy, living on a planet, watching it slowly spiral into ecological collapse and destruction as a consequence of humanity’s sickness and disconnection. I have committed my work and my life to doing something about it.

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