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I: Reality and Subjectivity (English Edition)
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I: Reality and Subjectivity (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

David R. Hawkins M.D. Ph.D.

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"I" defines the essence of man and God and explores the Reality that unites them. The momentous truths revealed by advanced spiritual research are made possible by recent discoveries about the nature of consciousness itself.
The techniques that are critical to revealing long-sought-for truths are deceptively simple and are described in order to be made available to the integrous reader for their own use.
Subjects include clarification of the nature of the ego and its transcendence; karma; the resolution of Creation vs. Evolution; spirituality vs. religion; truth vs. falsehood; and the calibrated levels of truth and underpinnings of human emotions.
The pathway of Devotional Nonduality is described in detail as the most direct route to Self-realization and the awareness of the Presence of God, traditionally termed Enlightenment.
The evolution of life and consciousness is described in a comprehensive recontextualization of the totality of the human experience over eons of time as it developed from animal to human awareness as both ego and spirit. Mankind has now evolved to the appearance of a new species beyond Homo sapiens, that of Homo spiritus.
Truth is discoverable only by experiential subjectivity, which resolves the dualities inherent in presumed but elusive objectivity. This work bridges the gap between the constraints and limitations of linear Newtonian science and the quantum potentiality of nonlinear spiritual reality. In addition, it describes simple meditation and contemplation techniques for transcending the noise of the mind in order to reach peace, even in the midst of a busy and turbulent world. By understanding the core structure of the ego, liberation from its relentless emotions and tyranny can be achieved.
By examining the structure of the ego, the bases for the paradoxes and conflicts of society, including war, are revealed. By clarifying the relationship of content to context, the reasons for social failure become apparent.
The author writes from the unique perspective of a scientist, physician, researcher, and clinician, as well as a realized mystic who, in addition, has the capacity for clarity of exposition and lucidity of style. Sections include dialogs with students that simplify and clarify concepts that have mystified mankind for centuries. This masterpiece, like the other books of the trilogy, has already received "five-star" reviews and worldwide critical acclaim which underscore its importance to human understanding.
The clearly stated purpose of the author is to facilitate the reader's evolution to advanced consciousness and enlightenment for the benefit of the reader and all of mankind.

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  • Editeur : Veritas Publishing (15 septembre 2010)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hawkins books are there for you when you are ready 30 juin 2003
Par rob watson - Publié sur
Otherwise they will make no sense, or else be grossly misinterpreted. He himself states time and time again that nothing at one level of consciousness is true at another. How can one even *attempt* to explain the unexplainable and succeed on any level unless the consciouness that is reading is quite fertile and ready? The Truth that Hawkins teaches is so incredibly radical and direct that the 'person' submits and the ego dissolves, or else that person goes into paradigm shock and denies it, or just dismisses it as strange dogmatic baloney.
I truly believe that books on this level of Power find the right people through synchronicity when they are ready to receive it. If you are not at the stage of spiritual evolution to surrender *all*, and I mean *all* beliefs and positionalities than Hawkins works are likely to anger and confuse you. This is obviously evidenced by certain reviews of his works.
He himself warns of this in his prefaces, that his works are only meant for the extremely dedicated spirtual seeker willing to surrender all thoughts, desires, and positionalities to God.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I am not a brilliant book reviewer... 2 juillet 2006
Par Gordon - Publié sur
I am an atheist objectivist who picked up this book at random in the psychology section of the library when the book I wanted was out. I took it home without even cracking the cover, because the minimalist title intrigued me. I quickly devoured the book like it was a morsel of food to a starving person, despite 'God' being sprinkled through it like salt. Here is how I was affected even before the completion of my first pass:

1) I began letting go of 'mind' and felt lighter as I navigated my complex work environment.

2) I became simply 'the body' and experienced the sensation of walking on air. My entire countenence changed for the positive and I began 'floating' with calm success through otherwise tedious and stressful situations.

3) I began to approach and treat my pets and all human acquaintences as though they were my 'self'. Now, when seek and find 'self' in other's eyes, the feeling between us changes to a calm unity (love). All tension vanishes.

4) It became clear to me that some strange 'enlightening' experiences, such as the day I spontaneously and without warning 'lost God' (abandoned the strict organized religion I grew up in), were not due to the rationality of my mind, but were simply an acknowledgement of truth.

5) I realized that a set of 'rules to live by' I wrote and embraced when I was 22 (and subsequently dismissed as unsophisticated and naive in later years) was actually an awakening to truth.

It may not be possible to fully realize the potential awakenings of this book in the space of a mortal life. I find myself in a 'spiral' reading pattern, reading from beginning to end repeatedly, picking up momentum and comprehension with each revolution. I may never finish.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stunning clarity 20 mai 2003
Par Jim Curry - Publié sur
In some broad, general sense, this book should be considered philosophy or theology. It gives what can reasonably be considered a comprehensive discussion of human consciousness, from the most rudimentary human awareness to the status of great enlightened masters. While it does stand alone as a complete work, it is the third of Dr. Hawkin's trilogy on consciousness, the first volume being Power vs. Force and the second being Eye of the I. It is useful to read the books in order, but it is useful to read this book, either in order or out of order.
As a mathematician, I really do enjoy reading good math texts. They teach me something, and I can go away from a session (perhaps an arduous session) with the ability to work new problems. That is delightful, a real joy. Very frequently, I have wished for an "engineering theology" text. By that I mean that I would like to study---perhaps hard---and walk away with the ability to improve my life in some way. Many of the great mystic writers are very impenetrable for me. They wax poetic, and I have no way to apply their great ideas to my own situation. Like Faust, I can say, "There stand I now, poor stupid me, and I'm just as smart as I used to be." That is very frustrating. Perhaps the most accessible of the mystic teachers is St. John of the Cross. After many years of study, even his simple lessons still elude me. I have not yet "caught the wave."
Dr. Hawkins explains the entire spectrum of consciousness, right up to enlightenment itself, in a way that is entirely understandable for many people, and certainly for anyone who wants to study hard. His approach is hardly a workbook, but it does contain enormous numbers of very practical ideas to help any person to improve. That may not be every person's goal, but it is my goal. If I didn't want to do better, I would not bother reading a book. I'd go hit tennis balls or something else. This book seems more than just sophisticated. It seems exceedingly sophisticated, and at a high level indeed. I cannot say that I have encountered a higher level (that I could recognize). Yet it is understandable and even offers very significant tests most people could do in order to verify its validity. For me, at least, it is a great lesson indeed, and I am reading it over and over again.
All best wishes to Dr. Hawkins. (Write another one any day, I'm happy to read it repeatedly.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Clarity 24 mai 2003
Par Jeffrey S. Groene - Publié sur
If one could read only three books in a lifetime, I would recommend the trilogy by Dr. Hawkins. "I" is the culmination of the revelation of the most powerful tool and information one will ever encounter on any plane of existence. The gratification from these books is beyond words.
My quest for enlightenment/God/Christ consciousness has taken me down many religious roads, both orthodox and unorthodox. I have had many experiences that have been inadequately explained by churches and scriptures until my 12-year search ended when I discovered Dr. Hawkins in 2001. I learned that I had been looking for God in all the wrong places. Once one accepts that the kingdom of heaven is within, all other spiritual problems eminating from the misconception that God is only "out there" disolve. Amazingly, once one's spiritual house is in order, many of the messes in the mental, emotional, social, and physical houses become better organized effortlessly.
Once one understands the concepts of content and context, all of one's physical, etheric, and astral experiences begin to clarify. Recontextualization is of utmost importance for the journey to enlightenment. Dr. Hawkins is truely a Master.
For those who doubt the validity of kinesiologic testing, Dr. Hawkins explains the limitations of this method of testing in the appendix on page 429.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Truly Awesome! 6 décembre 2005
Par Anastasia, P. - Publié sur
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David Hawkins does it again! Just when I thought he couldn't do much better than the first 2 books of this trilogy, I read this final book and I am blown away more than ever. This book actually calibrates the highest of all in the trilogy at 999.8 on a 1 to 1000 scale. This makes it the most powerful on a Truth level if we are to fully trust the Scale of Consciousness calibration he developed to gauge truth from falsehood, a discernment the human intellect is incapable of doing on his own. Hawkins claims that just being exposed to this material will raise one's consciousness, a claim I can attest to. Although I had some resistance and residual skepticism when he describes WalMart corporation calibrating in the 300's, something I was astonished and amazed to learn in light of their sheningigans, I must admit I can not deny the power of his words and message. I spent more time reading and absorbing this last book simply because it was so potent. Reading this book written by a Self Realized psychiatrist may be the most important step you take if enlightenment is your goal. Why? Because this author understands the human ego thoroughly from a uniquely Western perspective and has the uncanny ability to dissect it so we are able to examine the mechanisms and machinery that allows the human ego to survive and in many cases to thrive in the midst of our ignorance regarding its karmic workings. Fully understanding HOW the ego works is the 1st step to undoing it. Hawkins understands this! He imparts a knowledge and insight that I find both refreshing and enlightening in the classics of spiritual teachings. For instance, he makes the very important distinction between crushing and killing the ego often emphasized in Eastern teachings and replaces this jargon with simply gently withdrawing attention from the ego and surrendering its function (ie thinking and mentations) to one's Higher Power thus depriving it of sustenance until it eventually starves from inattention. This is the ultimate diet! It is the true meaning of austerities and tapas. Once we no longer longer give the ego power, it ceases to exist. Thus the endless battle between the lower and higher natures is avoided, and the duality trap consisting of power struggles is circumvented. Endless battling with an ego, which has no inherent, independent existence in Reality, actually often gives rise to a new "spiritual ego" and perpetuates the individual being bound to the wheel of karma. Although the ego can be very clever, it is also very stupid as Hawkins points out! Hawkins also outlines and delineates the spiritual path we all must tread eventually, if we are ever to reach the final goal of enlightenment. In the end, as he mentions, the final step is taken by the Holy Spirit through an Act of Grace. This is the moment when the ego implodes or evaporates into emptiness like the candle flame that is extinguished. This is the actual meaning of the word,"nirvana". Hawkins writes from the perspective of a Western gnani yoga master and understands the strengths and weaknesses of language. Truth can NOT be languaged as it is beyond mind, beyond the linear. In some mysterious, matter-of-fact way, Hawkins is able to discuss enlightenment and spirituality not so much in religious jargon, but in a psychospiritual analytic manner that imprints one's consciousness with the Truth, both using and bypassing the rational, linear human intellect and thereby penetrating to the depths of one's own Soul. He calls it a "carrier wave". Indeed, I call it the Power of the Holy Spirit or Grace.

I consider these 3 volumes and particularly this final chapter in of his Trilogy, perhaps some of the most transformational spiritual writings I have come across. Although they are exceptionally suited to students of Advaita and the path of nonduality, they can be appreciated by most sincere Truth students across the spectrum because of Hawkins unique perspective of presenting Truth uncloaked in mysticism and pseudoreligious pretentionous or head trips. This is naked Truth, spoken in a language as familiar to the Soul or Self as to mind. It calls us within, back Home, to the Truth that we have always been and are in Reality and Essence. Welcome Home! And thank you, David Hawkins, for the Gift of Remembrance through the Grace of the Holy Spirit. "Gate, Gate, Paragate, Parasamgate, Bodhi Svaha."
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