Spiritual Alchemy

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The ability to change is available to anyone, even though most people don’t trust themselves enough to accomplish such goal.

It often seems that changing ourselves is a nearly impossible task, or that changing our life is much easier than changing who we are as a person. But there is much more that we need to know about this topic.

This book was created to deny those common beliefs, and tell you something that, unfortunately, most psychiatrists don’t know, simply because it implies the understanding of very important spiritual laws still hidden from the vast majority of society.

You can change and then change anything you want, but before doing that, you need to understand what makes you who you are, or do the things you do. It implies an awareness about the mechanisms of the mind, the nature of the spirit and the purpose of life.

In the following chapters written in Spiritual Alchemy , you will see that any change is possible, once you surrender to the alchemical challenges needed for that to occur. And then, but only then, will you know about your whole potential and how happy you can be in your life.

  1. Why People Can’t Change
  2. The Dynamics of the Mind
  3. The Purpose of Life
  4. Speed when Shifting Paradigms
  5. The Illusion of Time
  6. Consequences Within Spiritual Shifts
  7. The Repetition of Paradigms
  8. Spirituality and Social Connections
  9. The Ultimate Conscience
  10. Identifying the Right path
  11. Knowing the Hidden Truth
  12. To Be Grateful
  13. Making Decisions

Why People Can’t Change

 Most people can’t change because they choose to keep friends that are similar to them, while refusing to help those that have the same problems they had, due to the preconceived idea that, if they don’t help others, they’ll become better.

 This attitude leads to jealousy and hatred towards those that have what we don’t. But if we don’t fix our past and show hate towards our predictable future, we can’t change the present.

 There are those, however, that instead of fixing their past prefer to feel sympathy for it, so they attract more of what they had and didn’t want. People that were poor and overcame poverty may say to another poor person:

  “Accept life as it is, because you were not born rich” and they’ll attract poverty;


  “Work harder and you’ll become like me”

 ...and then they’ll attract more of the same. And they can also not say absolutely anything, show no sympathy and change the topic into something more positive, and that’s when they’ll attract more money into their life. [...]


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