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by Joseph Chilton Pearce,Glynda-Lee Hoffmann

ISBN: 0892819685
ISBN13: 978-2744165757
Language: English
Publisher: Park Street Press; Original ed. edition (April 28, 2003)
Pages: 192
Category: Bible Study and Reference
Subategory: Christian Books

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Glynda-Lee Hoffmann cracks open the early stories in the Book of Genesis and invites us to enter them in a new wa. GLYNDA-LEE HOFFMANN has been involved in extensive study of the Qabalah for over twenty-five years and is a leader in the field of Genesis mythology

Glynda-Lee Hoffmann cracks open the early stories in the Book of Genesis and invites us to enter them in a new way. She writes with flair and verve, and her goal is an ancient one: Know thyself and be whole. -John Shelby Spong, author of Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism and Born of a Woman. GLYNDA-LEE HOFFMANN has been involved in extensive study of the Qabalah for over twenty-five years and is a leader in the field of Genesis mythology. She lives in Chico, California.

Dowry of Eve: Woman's Role in the Development of Consciousness

The Secret Dowry of Eve: Woman's Role in the Development of Consciousness. by Glynda-Lee Hoffmann and Joseph Chilton Pearce. Using her lifelong study of the Qabalah and the secret meanings of the Hebrew alphabet, Glynda-Lee Hoffmann shows how the Garden of Eden story is actually an instruction manual that explains transcendence as a biological imperative. Hoffmann reveals why it was permissible for Eve to eat the apple of knowledge that was forbidden to Adam. Eve's desire for integration, clarity, and transcendence-for wisdom-is a goal Adam is biologically incapable of pursuing without her.

Woman's Role in the Development of Consciousness. By Glynda-Lee Hoffmann

Woman's Role in the Development of Consciousness. By Glynda-Lee Hoffmann. Foreword by Joseph Chilton Pearce. Adam exists within all our psyches, as does Eve. While Adam represents the masculine component of consciousness-pure intellect-Eve represents the functions of the brain's frontal lobes, the feminine intuitive integrator of the four-level human brain. If we wish to be whole, we must develop and integrate the feminine with the masculine.

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Hoffmann reveals why it was permissible for Eve to eat the apple of knowledge that was forbidden to Adam. Introduction: Origins. 1-The Six Days of Creation. Glynda-Lee Hoffmann cracks open the early stories in the Book of Genesis and invites us to enter them in a new way. This is an absolutely eye-opening book about the development of consciousness in terms of spirituality and intuition

Hoffmann reveals why it was permissible for Eve to eat the apple of knowledge that was forbidden to Adam. This is an absolutely eye-opening book about the development of consciousness in terms of spirituality and intuition. In it, Hoffman examines the Genesis myth in the bible, mining it for symbolic meaning based upon her two and a half decades of study of Qabalah (Jewish mysticism). Books related to The Secret Dowry of Eve. Skip this list.

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QABALAH, WOMEN'S STUDIES "Glynda-Lee Hoffmann cracks open the early stories in the Book of Genesis and invites us to enter them in a new way. Understanding Eve's role in the development of consciousness is the key to empowering ourselves and restoring wholeness to our world. If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it.

A woman's role in the psyche. com User, September 11, 2009 The balance of male and female makes us whole. com User, September 11, 2009. This is a riveting tale of how the consciousness is developed through the feminine psyche. The author brings a fresh perceptive on how we as individuals and society can change who and what we are by harnessing this inner flame The balance of male and female makes us whole.

A groundbreaking study of the connection between spirituality, psychology, and neurophysiology that is coded into the book of Genesis.• Reveals why Eve was allowed to eat the apple of knowledge forbidden to Adam.• Uses mythological imagery to reveal the working processes of awareness in the human brain.• Combines ancient Qabalic techniques and modern scientific brain research to show how Genesis is an operating manual for creating wholeness in the psyche.Adam exists within all our psyches, as does Eve. While Adam represents the masculine component of consciousness--pure intellect--Eve represents the functions of the brain's frontal lobes, the feminine intuitive integrator of the four-level human brain. If we wish to be whole, we must develop and integrate the feminine with the masculine. Using her lifelong study of the Qabalah and the secret meanings of the Hebrew alphabet, Glynda-Lee Hoffmann shows how the Garden of Eden story is actually an instruction manual that explains transcendence as a biological imperative. Hoffmann reveals why it was permissible for Eve to eat the apple of knowledge that was forbidden to Adam. Eve's desire for integration, clarity, and transcendence--for wisdom--is a goal Adam is biologically incapable of pursuing without her. Though written as mythology, Genesis contains remarkable scientific and psychological correlations that can help an individual integrate the masculine and feminine sides of the psyche and thereby translate potential into actuality.
Comments:
Yggfyn
Disclosure. I have met the author at a lecture here in our same hometown.

I find this book exhilarating and maddening. I like the idea of the role of the sacred feminine. I find the few times that the author indulges in political rants frustrating and unnecessary. There remains a degree of separation and judgment in the author. Yet, the good greatly outweighs this peccadilloes.

The fundamental issue I am still wrestling with has to do with its Qabalah underpinnings. I have come to regard the male energy of Qabalah and the emitter, the giver, and the active, and the female energy as the receptive, the receiver, and the passive.

In this book, the difference is between to germ (life) and it husk) (protector? at least for a time?). This notion comes from "The Cipher of Genesis" by Carlo Suares (another useful book).

I will try to update this review as time passes and it begins to make better sense to me.

Granirad
This book was actually written by Glenda-Lee Hoffman forward by Joseph Chilton Pearce. Wow! I read it once will need to go over it again still processing what I read.

adventure time
To me this book is priceless. It has given me a broader understanding of the biblical aspect of Adam and Eve from a point of Qabalah,from an original ancient meaning. It also has given me more understanding of the workings of the Brain from Quantum mechanics. I recommend this to someone who is curious and need further knowledge with an open, broader perspective of who we are and what we have been taught.

Keath
For those willing to think, feel and breath outside the box and reunite with lost aspects of human heritage. A mind heart connection worth the effort.
Mark T Basham author of LUCID AWAKENINGS

Direbringer
Hoffman's book offers a fascinating alternative and very believable interpretation of Genesis from the old Bible that overturns the patriarchal version. She shows how the "rich mythology of Genesis reveals details about the seldom recognized workings of the human brain."

The book also points out something I certainly never noticed - only Adam was forbidden to eat the fruit of the tree of good and evil - and on pain of death. Eve did not exist at this point yet for three thousand years she has been heaped with blame for disobeying it!

Another fact that has been carefully skipped over in patriarchal interpretations: Adam didn't die when he ate the fruit, despite being told "thou shalt surely die". However did we manage to miss this glaring oversight? As the book asks: what kind of magic does the woman posses that enables her to eat the fruit and still live and also to pass such a desirable trait to her man?

Further, religious doctrine has decreed that Adam and Eve then cover themselves up because they are naked and ashamed but the Bible says nothing like this. It says "they knew they were naked" but doesn't say anything about being ashamed. Another interpretation is that they made and wore aprons as a protection - isn't that what we all use aprons for?

So, in this fabulous re-interpretation, the woman has challenged the commandment, eaten the fruit, gained wisdom, and passed on to her husband both the fruit and the wisdom. Moreover, neither of them has died, as the commandment said they would. Instead, their eyes have been opened and now they are as the gods, knowing the wisdom of the interplay between opposites that leads to integration and defines wholeness.

This new perspective changes everything. Instead of blaming each other - an interpretation typical of patriarchal minds - they rejoice in mutual enlightenment and Adam is actually grateful to Eve. In addition, this brilliant book shows how Adam, Eve and the serpent respectively represent 3 of the 4 main parts of the brain as well as linking the 4th part to the story, as an example of how Genesis can be read on many levels.

This is an unusual, insightful and valuable book but I am compelled to point out that no author exhibits the masterly understanding of the imbalances created by the suppression of the feminine, the emotions, as Ceanne DeRohan and her "Right Use of Will" series of books...

Mightdragon
The archetypes of Adam and Eve represent the masculine and femine aspects of personality within each of us. Our masculine qualities are outward-looking, rational, direct, practical and assertive; whilst the feminine is introspective, intuitive, sensitive and more connected with the heart. The balance of male and female makes us whole. Glynda-Lee explains how the Garden of Eden story represents the inner life of the psyche. It is actually an instructive analogy that demonstrates how to transcend our sexual stereotype and truly know ourselves, to become fully human.
The church has represented this story in a way that implies Eve's subservience to Adam, and that she was responsibile for the Fall of Mankind. Women have suffered plenty because of this! But on the contrary, Adam needed Eve's aptitude for integration and intuitive wisdom to perceive the real meaning of his situation; the rationale and logic of the intellect would not be enough. Adam needs to have his eyes opened and it is the woman who provides him with this opportunity. Therefore it was permissible for Eve to eat the apple of knowledge that was forbidden to Adam - this was Eve's dowry. It wasn't a negative action to eat the apple, it was a gift to humankind of its inner awareness, its spirituality. Apparently even the symbols 'good' and 'evil' were interpreted in the Bible opposite to their original Hebraic meaning.
Hoffmann goes on to explain how each of the characters in Genesis represents an archetype of the human personality, so that the story is symbolic of the struggles and conflicts we face within ourselves daily, as people have all through history.
It is easy, as I did previously, to dismiss the Genesis material as manipulative, patriarchist propaganda. Taken at face value that is how it has been used. It took Hoffmann's profound knowledge of the Quabalah and its original Hebraic language to unlock the real meaning, and that is brilliantly laid bare in this book.
But it's not a heady, intellectual read - it's easy to follow and insight follows insight as Hoffmann shines the light of her scholarship on the original text and its wide implications. The book can open our minds in a way that perhaps the original authors of Genesis intended but which has gone unrecognized until now.

Erennge
A friend gave me this book. I have now given it to a dozen others. Important! Please read!

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