The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life

All enlightened beings, most founders of religions and many renowned scientists knew and understood the six principles of enlightenment. These universal truths have been written about, taught and discussed for thousands of years yet remain shrouded in mystery and misinterpretation.

The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life is an intellectual and spiritual work that explains the six significant universal truths woven throughout science, religion and philosophy. These principles draw upon thousands of years of wisdom and are presented in a concise, accessible format. Each principle is defined and has an explanation on its application to life; they are further supported by quotes of wisdom from enlightened beings, philosophers, artists and scientists like Buddha, Albert Einstein, Rumi, Stephen Hawking and Jesus.Understanding the six principles then unlocks the meaning of life which is explained in the final chapter.

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The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life

A Review
“The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life by Russell Anthony Gibbs combines scientific, philosophical and religious ideas and understandings to present a theory of the meaning and purpose of life. The author sets out six universal truths – Oneness, Manifestation, Multiple Realities, Timelessness, Neutrality and Openness – and argues how these are truths and how we can apply them to our approach and understanding of life and ourselves. Drawing on discoveries and theories from both scientific/quantum physics and spiritual interpretations, Gibbs’ book offers a positive, thought-provoking and empowering understanding, and so a way of living.

Concise and well-written, The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life is a well-researched and concise overview. Drawing on the works and words of Einstein, Buddha, Christ, Rumi, Dalai Lama, Thich Naht Hanh and many others, Russell Anthony Gibbs presents us with a sensible and unique way to explore and begin to understand ourselves (with our beliefs, emotions and thoughts), our lives, and our place and part in the entire universe. The author’s writing style is both intelligent and thoroughly readable, making this a very accessible book for all who question and seek the meaning of life.

Each of the six principles is carefully presented, and then expanded and explained, and supported by the findings and wisdom of philosophers and scientists. I particularly liked the emphasis on our ability to change and become through our own thoughts and beliefs, i.e. what we focus on manifests, and the exploration of time as an illusion. There is a useful index of quoted authors at the end of the book for those wishing to research or read further. A wise, encouraging, and potentially life changing book that will fascinate and inform all those seeking spiritual truths and enlightenment.”

~ Hilary Hawkes for Readers’ Favorite.

About Russell Anthony Gibbs
Russell Anthony GibbsAuthor Russell Anthony Gibbs is a philosopher and spiritual seeker on a quest for enlightenment. His research into Bahaism, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, Sufism and Taoism has greatly influenced his spiritual and philosophical perspective. He was also profoundly influenced by the information from two channeled entities, Seth and Abraham. In addition to religion and philosophy, he has incorporated quantum mechanics, physics and psychology and studied the works of Albert Einstein, Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud and Stephen Hawking.

Russell’s communication style is concise, intense and deep. He would rather express wisdom in brief, powerful quotes and concise paragraphs than complicated, long-winded explanations. Espresso Wisdom is short, strong, rich insight. Like espresso coffee, it is an intense jolt of enlightenment. Enlightenment is an awakening, and Espresso Wisdom is meant to help jumpstart you on your journey.

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