Kebzeh: The Science of Universal Awe
by Murat Yagan
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List Price: CDN $ 34.00
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Paperback: Perfectbound (available
in hardcover) - 415 pages
Publisher: Kebzeh Publications (in 2005)
From the Publisher:
The ancient oral tradition of Ahmsta Kebzeh, as learned and
lived by Elder Murat Yagan, is recorded in this book. Seekers
will discover the spiritual principles and practices of Ahmsta
Kebzeh. Historians, ethnologists and sociologists will be
intrigued by details of the social and cultural customs of
the tradition as lived for millennia by the Circassians, the
mountain peoples of the Caucasus. But because this book addresses
the very essence of being human, it is a book for everyone.
Ahmsta Kebzeh is a 'mystical science' that explains who and
what a human being is and the place of human in Creation.
Offering a scientific explanation of spiritual or mystical
terms such as Transformation, Love, Beauty, Spirit, God, Consciousness,
Self, Synergy, Cosmic Mind and more, Ahmsta Kebzeh speaks
profoundly to humanity in this New Age, defined by the author
as the age of the reconciliation of positive science and mysticism,
'the greatest marriage of our time.' At this time, when life
on our planet forces us to re-visit our understanding of what
being human really means, Ahmsta Kebzeh provides a comprehensive
system of transformation that can raise us from our limited
experience of 'human' to the realization of our full potential
as completed, perfected 'Human.' Through this transformation
to become fully Human, we can come to know and experience
the Kebzeh principle:
Without me, God is latent. Without God, I am not.
Ahmsta Kebzeh: The Science of Universal
Awe - Volume 1 is divided into 3 parts:
Part One, Presentation of the Essentials of the Teaching;
Part Two, Transformation of Human;
Part Three, Inner Body Work.
Murat chose the image for the cover of the book, and Patricia
Johnston has created a gold leaf painting of this image
that carries great power. The text is enhanced by seven
illustrations, beautifully drawn by artist Mary Anne Kingsmill.