The Finding of the Third Eye

The Finding of the Third Eye During her successful career as a portrait painter the author began to investigate the Ancient Wisdom and this revolutionized her life She made it her task to simplify and summarize this knowledge i

  • Title: The Finding of the Third Eye
  • Author: Vera Stanley Alder
  • ISBN: 9780877280569
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • During her successful career as a portrait painter, the author began to investigate the Ancient Wisdom, and this revolutionized her life She made it her task to simplify and summarize this knowledge in order to present it to others She offers a guide to attainment through the path outlined by Ancient Wisdom which she summarizes in relation to man, comparing it with the dDuring her successful career as a portrait painter, the author began to investigate the Ancient Wisdom, and this revolutionized her life She made it her task to simplify and summarize this knowledge in order to present it to others She offers a guide to attainment through the path outlined by Ancient Wisdom which she summarizes in relation to man, comparing it with the discoveries of modern science She surveys the philosophies of breathing, color, sounds, numbers, diet and exercsie Finally she discusses the functions of the Third Eye, Astrology, Meditation, and thier ultimate aims.

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    • Vera Stanley Alder

      Vera Dorothea Stanley Alder, sometimes published as V.S Alder, was a mystic and founder of the World Guardian Fellowship.

    252 thoughts on “The Finding of the Third Eye

    • One of my favorites. If you are seeking enlightenment and methods that can be used to grow this is a great find


    • Interesting book about ancient wisdom and its expression (good and bad) through a variety of religions. The text centers mostly around what would now be called Spiritualism or New Age Religion (hard to pigeon-hole these practices into a descriptive group). I especially found it interesting how much of this text pertains to today's world, considering it was written in 1938. Alder's insight was phenomenal, perhaps proving her claims that we know more than we realize about past, present and future, [...]



    • I found myself really enjoying this book despite initially thinking it would be too dated to be relevant to modern audiences. In truth, it really hit the spot in places and made me realise that certain 'new age' concepts aren't quite as new as I thought.



    • There are lots of mystical things people talk about and on the surface they have always seemed rubbish to me. This book opened up my mind to everything, backing up the mystical with science. It really has me pondering and I think that’s the purpose of this book. It is Christian themed, I knew this going in. The books I have read in the past have referred to Christ as a powerful conscience being and that his goal was to teach others how to stop being a slave to the mind. I wanted to know more b [...]


    • At first thought this book to be an obscure occult, too old to be of importance. Was totally wrong about that. Learned many new things herein. If you're into the sort of "inner journey" or a yogi, or whatever yourself may call it. Wisdom of the Egyptians!



    • If you have not read this book, you are wasting reading any of the others Spirituality/ Self discovery books, written in 1945 and as we fast approach 2013 its still ahead of its time


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