Awakening to Wholeness is the story of one person’s spiritual exploration and discovery, and how those discoveries led to spiritual and practical insights, awakenings, small miracles, and numerous life changes that greatly changed the man and his experience of life. That person is Raymond Posch, the author of the book and founder of Live Your Success, and he now wants to share what he has learned about awakening, wholeness, and personal success with like-minded people around the world.
"Wholeness" as used in the book, refers to much more than health, for it encompasses being whole in body, mind, and spirit, and being fully connected with the Universe and one with universal consciousness, spirit, and flow of life.
For those interested in the Law of Attraction (LOA), the book explains how the LOA works and how to use it more effectively because the LOA is part of the Law of Wholeness and is based in the fundamental principles of how the Universe works. Consciousness is primary and creative.
The book covers quite a lot of conceptual and experiential ground, and it’s topics are both spiritual and practical throughout. For, contrary to what many people think, spirituality and practicality are not opposites but rather two sides of the same coin. Spirituality and everyday life, awakening and abundance, personal success and peace of mind - once properly understood - fit together like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Or a better picture for this idea might be showing the spiritual aspects as underlying and enabling the practical aspects.
The book’s approach from beginning to end is to develop both the spiritual and the practical and integrate the two. For some people, one chapter called “Co-Creating Changes in Your Life” will give them everything they want to know. But for those people who want to see the world change, not just their own lives, it will be important to read and study the whole of the book.
To create wholeness in the world, we must first learn what wholeness means and then begin by creating spiritual wholeness in ourselves. Awakening to Wholeness is divided into four parts, with an introduction and conclusion. The Introduction sets the stage, so you won’t want to skip it.