Earth is a School
An examination of the material world as a spiritual school, specifically tailored to develop consciousness.
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Earth is a School presents the case for the material world as a spiritual school, specifically tailored to develop consciousness and bring the human soul closer to recognition of its divine source. William Willdblood discusses how our planet serves as a training ground for the soul, with particular reference to the present time as one of decision and a kind of end of term examination.
It can be hard to discern spiritual purpose behind the upheavals in many areas of contemporary life, but it is there if one knows how to look.
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After the stunning events of 2020, Western Christians face their toughest ever challenge. How can the lone individual survive spiritually, when confronted by a worldwide materialistic bureaucracy determined to impose a system of inverted values? William Wildblood has confronted this question head-on; and written a book of urgent, and potentially soul-saving, importance. Earth is a School puts our continuing, worsening crisis into the cosmic perspective of God's plans for mortal men on this earth. And by the end, Wildblood leaves the reader both encouraged and energised for the task ahead. ~ Bruce G. Charlton MD., author of Addicted to Distraction: Psychological consequences of the modern Mass Media
William Wildblood has a unique and admirable ability to set out spiritual ideas in a language that is interesting, engaging and easy to read. In this work he proposes that our apparently imperfect world is the ideal instrument for perfection of human souls. The book judiciously mixes Christianity, Buddhism and Wildblood’s own mystical experiences to make a lucid whole, and I thoroughly recommend it. ~ Jonathan M. Smith, PhD, Professor: Department of Geography, Texas A&M University, Editor of Philosophy and Geography