Critical Axis

Consciousness of Choice in Times of Change

by Inely Cássia Cesna Esq. D.S.S. & Laurence Lyons Murphy PhD

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/19/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781982250362
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781982250386
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781982250379

About the Book

We are entities capable of creativity, beauty, choice, courage, and intelligence, as well as entities capable of almost unimaginable capacity for self- destruction, both individually and collectively. Which side of our nature will define us turns on the edge of the axis. Like a coin spinning in the air, not knowing whether it will land on heads or tails, in our search for ourselves in time, we are mystical travelers whose destiny may turn on the edge of a dime. The challenge and choices we face in this task as co-creators of the world around us is to learn to read and interpret the signs of change, just as the reflections of stars in the evening sky are signs of energy that echoes the very origins of the cosmos itself, and even as the strata of our earth entomb a fossil record recording the history of life on earth—all of our world becomes a text—teaching us the grammar of energy, space and matter which led to the birth of a universe. Critical Axis explains this text written in the phenomenon of the Cosmos as we move toward its revelation, and as such, Critical Axis is a guidebook to the text of our lives.

About the Author

Inely Cássia Cesna holds a doctorate in spiritual science, a master’s degree in spiritual psychology, and a juris doctor in law. She is an international coach encouraging the development of meaningful levels of leadership and spiritual awareness, and the founder of the Institute For Next Level Leadership. Laurence Lyons Murphy holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University and has taught philosophy at Rutgers University and Tyler School of Art. At Temple University, Philadelphia, he served as the Executive Coordinator for the Intellectual Heritage Program and at Point Park University, Pittsburgh, the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies.