The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis

The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis | Self-Initiated Books
The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis | Self-Initiated Books
The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis | Self-Initiated Books
The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis | Self-Initiated Books
The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis | Self-Initiated Books
The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis | Self-Initiated Books
The Esoteric Teachings by Stylianos Atteshlis | Self-Initiated Books

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We seek to embrace the holy gifts, insights and revelations bestowed upon us. We aspire to understand and attune ourselves with the Divine Laws, Forms, Principles, and Causes governing Life. We work in Love's name, patiently, and harmoniously. We value the balanced development and integration of our entire being as we cultivate our emotional, moral, spiritual, and mystical aspects.

Title: The Esoteric Teachings: A Christian Approach To Truth
Author: Stylianos Atteshlis
Format: Paperback
Pages: 202
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Stylianos Atteshlis (1912-1995)
Stylianos Atteshlis (1912-1995), was a Greek-Cypriot Christian mystic and esoteric healer known internationally as Daskalos- the Greek word for teacher. He was educated in Cyprus and abroad, and pursued a career in the Cyprus Government printing office, but he also spent some years in Africa.

For seventy years he had been teaching, trying to wake people out of their spiritual slumber. In the last years of his life, people from all over the world came to Cyprus to hear his lectures and seek healing. Daskalos enjoyed composing and performing music (violin and piano), writing poetry, painting, gardening ,studying languages, and authored a handful of books.