That’s the title of the book by Sylvia Browne that I’m reading right now.
She is admittedly gnostic, which means she searches for the truth. Sometimes, gnosticism steps on religions’ toes, especially Christianity.
She talks about a Mother/Father God, reincarnation, spirit guides, astral travel, psychic abilities, clairvoyance, claiaudience, and a lot of other things that that don’t sit squarely within Christian doctrine.
I believe most of the claims she makes on these subjects and I don’t think that makes me any less of a Christian. In fact, as one of the people called to carry the banner of Christ for the next generation or two, I think what she has to say is precisely what Christians need to hear.
One of the most ignored teachings Jesus gave was when he told us we could walk on water, heal people, and attract multitudes just like he did and more. Miracles should not be out of the realm of possibility for a spiritually advanced person.
Do I see myself joining Sylvia’s Church of Novus Spiritus? Probably not. But that doesn’t mean I can’t glea A LOT from the 21 tenets she examines in the book. It’s highly recommended reading.