Secrets of the Spiritual Kingdom

A guide for advancing students

by Bill Skiles


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/21/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 300
ISBN : 9781438924076

About the Book

'Following "Steps to Mystical Experience", in this, his second book on spiritual guidance, the author gently takes us by the hand and opens up a new dimension within ourselves to discover that "that which you have looked for, you have always been". Compiled from a series of talks that flowed spontaneously from that deep inner place where all of our knowing resides, Bill Skiles has given us a guide to develop a healing consciousness, the Christ-consciousness that lives within each and everyone of us.

This is not a self-help, a self-improvement book, but - in the tradition of mystical teachings, like that presented by Joel Goldsmith and other mystics throughout the ages - this book is a tool to become aware of the wondrous reality of the divinity in our own soul.'

Britta Iwersen
Denver, Colorado


About the Author

About the Series Bill Skiles is the author of “Steps to Mystical Experience” a discussion of spiritual mystical principles and their application to our twenty-first century lives and “Secrets of the Spiritual Kingdom” lectures to take one from the letter to the Spirit. He graduated from Warner Southern College in Lake Wales, Florida, and has completed graduate work in child development and counseling. Bill lives with his wife in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina where together they have worked with over 80 special needs foster children. Bill spent over a year transcribing and editing these 25 talks, some 215,000 words, into a form that could be preserved for us all as a two volume set of books. In this series of talks Herb Fitch reiterates the truth that we must be born again. We must step out of humanhood and into the Spiritual Body which is Infinite, Omnipresent, and given to the Sons of God. This rebirth cannot become our experience unless and until we surrender that sense of self which we have lived in for many years, perhaps for centuries. In short, the human self must die, that the Divine may live and move and have Its Being where a person appears to be. Nothing less than the complete death of the natural man and all that he holds dear will enable one to wear the Purple Robe of Christhood. “For this mortal must put off mortality and put on Immortality.”