The Coming New Man, J. van Rijckenborgh
In our time there is a growing awareness that mankind faces a change. In The coming new man it concerns an overall, fundamental change, the development of the core essence in the heart. Giving up the ego and letting the soul core grow in the Light, leads to the new man, with a new consciousness. The author gives a magnificent insight in this great human opportunity. For those who are receptive for this, life will never be the same again after reading this book.
The Gnosis in present day manifestation, J. van Rijckenborgh and Catharose de Petri
All the original religions, authentic Christianity included, have built up a field of contact and encounter between the spiritual and the transient world, which enables people with a receptiveness for it to ascend to that spiritual world or supranature. The Gnosis in present day manifestation describes how such a force field has been established in our time, within the Spiritual School of the Golden Rosycross. It is a Living Body, which is consciously maintained by joint alignment with the spiritual world, thus nourishing everyone.
The Gnostic Mysteries of the Pistis Sophia, J. Van Rijckenborgh
This book covers the first of the six books of the Gospel of the Pistis Sophia, attributed to the gnostic Valentinus (150 AD approx.) and discovered in the eighteenth century (British Museum, Codex Askewianus). The Pistis Sophia, as a believing soul (Pistis), has reached the borders of her earthly possibilities, desiring to experience the mystery behind these. Strengthened by the power of wisdom (Sophia) she overcomes all the barriers, raised by the earthly world, while crossing this border.
The Chinese Gnosis, J. van Rijckenborgh and Catharose de Petri
The Tao Te Ching is here read as a gnostic writing. Gnosis is the knowledge that gives people access to the way of redemption. The text contains everything that the searcher for the truth needs. The authors in their comments: 'Every pupil on the path must read and reread the Tao Teh Ching. Why? The Other, for whom Tao is destined, is caught in you and you can release him by letting him awaken in you, by self-surrender in wu wei.’ At this point the authors comment on the first 33 of the 81 verses.