• Bahai Mystical Theology: A Conversation with Bahaullah

  • Mystics Magazine
  • By: Marilynn Hughes, Bahaullah
  • Narrated by: Dave Wright
  • Length: 31 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Mystics Magazine: Bahai Mystical Theology - A Conversation with Bahaullah.

©2009 Marilynn Hughes (P)2014 Marilynn Hughes

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This is not Bahai material

This is not a Bahai book. It should not be presented as Bahai material.
This is not true to the Bahai Faith, it is a fraud.

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An Interesting Concept on Death

I really enjoyed this audiobook. The concept of death is very interesting and very understandable. his idea is very similar to mine. I use the term that people are made of energy and energy does not die. his concept is reasonable and I like the fact that it is very easy to understand. I also thought it was interesting that he said that thinking differently causes damage of the soul.