At a time when women’s spirituality is blooming, a new book aims to guide men toward a more spiritual understanding of their world
By Hanuman Das/ Greg Clarke
How can we turn our trials and triumphs into opportunities for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual growth? We unleash our compassion, love and power by seeing our trials and triumphs as the curriculum for spiritual awakening.
Peaceman’s focus is that while we are in male bodies and have male inclinations and tendencies, we are more than our masculine packaging and thinking. Peaceman opens us to the idea that we are in essence divine, and by living our masculinity impeccably, we will return to peace. We will live lives in harmony with all beings, male and female, animate and inanimate.
Peaceman is written in a concise and descriptive manner to assist the male mind and its desire for logic and balance. The book aims to support men of all levels of spiritual experience. Men who are just starting out on their spiritual path will be comforted and guided. Men further along can see the larger objective and men well along on can deepen and refine themselves and their spiritual practices.
Peaceman has a mix of western and eastern terminology which introduces the reader to spiritual concepts in a gentle and positive manner. Dotted through the book are pictures, charts and diagrams designed to enrich and enhance the ideas the author is presenting. Peaceman is practical and insightful guide for the person searching for themselves and their divine nature.
Peaceman is also chock-full of practices to elevate and liberate the reader. Clear and precise directions are available so the practices are within reach for the gamut of readers.
At a time when women’s spirituality is blooming Peaceman bridges the gap between the genders and points to what lies beyond individual differences.
Available at : Amazon, Book Depository, Angus and Robertson, Booktopia, Dymocks and www.hanumandas.com.au