Infinite Way Letters 1954
JOEL S. GOLDSMITH
Publisher: ACROPOLIS BOOKS
The 1954 Infinite Way Letters is the first in a series of regular monthly letters that Joel Goldsmith sent to Infinite Way students in fourteen countries around the world. These Letters of 1954 reflect the experiences that brought The Infinite Way into its fullness as a universal message. Today they continue to provide inspiration for anyone who is seeking a life of freedom and harmony, without limitation. Each letter is a lesson in spiritual living and provides instruction in specific spiritual principles that can be applied in daily experience.
In a 1958 lecture, Joel emphasized the importance of his monthly letters: Right now I m having an experience this week in this class, and it s only a very short period of time when it is going to appear in Letters because I want to share it with all those who are not here and all those who cannot hear the tape. I will put the very deepest things that I know into those letters compact them into five thousand words so that everybody who receives them can have the deepest that comes out of a class. Then at the end of twelve months, you can imagine what s in that book of twelve letters. There is nothing more precious in our entire library than the Infinite Way Letters of 54, 55, 56, and 57.
THE FIRST SERIES OF LETTERS
|Dimensions||10 × 10 × 10 in|
JOEL S. GOLDSMITH (1892-1964), a monumental teacher of practical mysticism, devoted most of his life to the discovery and teaching of spiritual principles which he founded and called The Infinite Way. After the publication of his seminal book, The Infinite Way, in 1947, Joel traveled throughout the world as a teacher and a healer. 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. More than thirty books have been compiled from his tape-recorded lectures and classwork including “The InfiniteWay,” “Practicing the Presence” and “The Art of Meditation.”