The human spirit is a highly polluted inner ecology that requires a new framework and awareness to lead it out of it’s present morass and into a “Life of Fullness”. George Jaidar, as he taught for over 25 years, is our guide on this unfamiliar, unpredictable, and adventurous journey of transcending to a new level of human consciousness. Through a new lexicon in discussing spiritual matters, Jaidar urges us beyond our fear and despair to choose to look at life in new and provocative ways. He critiques the fundamental assumptions of all our cultures, religions, and societies, while pointing humanity to a new direction in what Jaidar calls the “Post-religious Era.” With brilliant analysis of man’s present plight and future potential, Jaidar challenges the prevalent “hum drum” addictive way of living, and walks to a beat of a different drummer as he gently, successfully, and convincingly teaches us how to find our own beat, our own drum, our own path.
Our current spiritual crisis is laid bare, uncomfortably so, because we see how our lives have been built on a foundation of shifting sand. The Soul offers a practice to those who are ready and want to move off these faulty foundations and onto a solid bedrock of awareness that will truly liberate and heal.
The clear prose is eminently practical. Jaidar not only describes what is wrong with our present limited view of human nature; he clearly outlines how one can transcend the limiting worldview and enter the realm where “all things are possible” in the Life of Fullness. This book is not an intellectual exercise; it is a call, and a plan of action, of change, of healing, which leads Joseph Chilton Pearce to state in the Foreword, “The practice he commends provides access, not to the closed archetype of a system or tradition, but to the openness of the absolutely unknown, creation itself, a journey which forms anew for each one taking it.”