Trade Paperback • perfect bound • 96 pages
One of the most important and revolutionary ideas in Bennett’s great work The Dramatic Universe is that man lives in many worlds, worlds divided not by distance but by existing under quite different kinds of laws. It is the very fact that we exist in many worlds that makes human transformation possible.
To give expression to the insight into many worlds is a very difficult task, and conventional language can hardly convey the notions that are required. We have to take into account the fact that, for most of us, our experience and, to an even greater degree, our thinking, is almost wholly that of the material, determined world.
In Creation Bennett gives us his vision of the worlds in a way that is relevant to the experience of man. From his picture of the Conditioned and the Unconditioned worlds he has taken us forward in his view of the Creation, into the realms where the worlds communicate, and he has shown that at the very center is the mystery of life.
This is a book that will repay careful study, and the reader who follows what is said will gain more than the usual assimilation of information. He will actually begin to see differently and there will grow in his feelings the need to contact the mystery of life directly.