The Heart of Mysticism is a collection of the monthly letters Joel Goldsmith sent to students from 1955 through 1959. After the publication of his seminal book, The Infinite Way, in 1947, Joel traveled throughout the world as a teacher and a healer.
The Heart of Mysticism is a collection of the monthly letters Joel Goldsmith sent to students from 1955 through 1959. Originally published as individual volumes for each year. Although Goldsmith's message was neither organized nor advertised, students of The Infinite Way increased in numbers. Today, a worldwide student body exists which continues to practice and preserve his work.
The Heart of Mysticism book. For now the assignment is The Infinite Way Letters 1957. I like what Goldsmith has to say. In many instances it seems very simple and matter-of-fact. However, he brings up some topics for great discussion. It is the kind of book that you read a chapter and then spend some time reflecting on what you've read before moving on to the next. Feb 13, 2016 Aleta rated it it was amazing. The latest in a series of republished works by the master, Joel Goldsmith.
The latest in a series of republished works by the master, Joel Goldsmith. I already owned the original separate titles, but they were mostly out of print. They are the everyday reminders of what we are all trying to remember and live our life by. If you haven't had the pleasure of studying The Infinite Way yet, or if you are just a beginning student this is the book for you.
The Foundation of Mysticism. The Infinite Way Letters - 1955 - Out Of Print. The Infinite Way Letters - 1959 - Out Of Print. Joel in his audio recordings and writings is the teacher of this message. The Infinite Way Letters - 1956 - Out Of Print. The Infinite Way Letters - 1957 - Out Of Print. The Journey Back to the Father's House (1979 Letters). The Letters (1932-1946) (The Early Years). He left us a wide variety of wonderful recording and written works as he traveled the world to bring this message to the students. Joel said that the spiritual impartations given by him in the classes, were often the first time he heard them as well. Each letter is a lesson in spiritual living and provides instruction in specific spiritual principles that can be applied in daily experience.
Joel Solomon Goldsmith (March 10, 1892 – June 17, 1964) was an American spiritual author, teacher, spiritual healer, and modern-day mystic. He founded The Infinite Way movement. Joel S. Goldsmith was born in New York City on March 10, 1892. His parents were non-practicing Jews, who were married in New York City in 1891. Joel was their first child. They had another son two years later, followed by a daughter two years thereafter.
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