The majority of the world's 6 billion spiritualists often use a mantra to help them to connect to God through prayer and meditation. The most common of these words are "Om", "Amen", "AUM", "Allah" and "Tao". "The Two Paths to God", will be the first book to analyze these Five World Mantras from both a scientific and spiritual viewpoint. It is a book that would appeal not only to the millions of Muslims, Christians, Buddhists and Jews who use these words, but also to many New Agers, scientists and millennials. The reader will be taken on a journey into the root meanings of these words, as written in the text books these religions originate from, and then shown how these words resonate synergistically.
Each of The Five World Mantras are newly examined from both a scientific and spiritual viewpoint. 'Om' is examined from its roots in Buddhism and Hinduism. 'Amen' from its roots in Christianity. 'AUM' from its roots in Judaism. 'Allah' from its roots Islam. And 'Tao' from its roots in Taoism. Furthermore, the last half of “The Two Paths to God” will show how these five mantras resonate together in 12 unique ways.
Paperback: 360 pages
Publishing date: September 25, 2019
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
Price: $22.30 (paperback) $7.99 (e-book)
Xavier Clayton - Born into a Baptist family in Seattle, a friend unexpectedly sent Xavier “The Tao Te Ching” in 1991. From there, his decades-long interest in the World’s Religions began. His successful music career allowed him to travel to many spiritual centers world-wide. On these journeys, he would take notes on the prayer techniques he discovered. His personal experiences involve Orthodox Catholicism, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Siddha Shiva Yoga and Buddhism. However, by combining his 20-year scientific background with these various prayer methods is how he began writing “The Six Steps of Scientific Prayer”. Xavier speaks 3 languages and lives in Marseille, France.