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Raymond Reichman-Israelsohn | author, poet, attorney


The Mind & Heart of God


by Raymond Reichman-Israelsohn

A lamp that does not flicker in a windless place,

To such is compared a yogi of subdued thought

Practising Union with the Self

Bhagavad Gita (Maharishi Translation)

The Yoga of Maditation (Dhyana Yoga)

Chapter VI,Verse 19

From Chapter Nine | Jyotish

and Meaning

Fate and Free Will – Destiny

Fate is God’s Will

Nothing else is fated

Can omnipotence limit itself

or render itself impotent

by dint of that omnipotence?

Can God, omnipotent and infinite

Declare Himself

“Henceforth limited”

“Henceforth finite”…?

And God said…

If God is omnipotent

He must be able to do so

or He isn’t omnipotent

Having rendered Himself

“Henceforth limited”

Does He lose his omnipotence?


If God does exercises His omnipotence, to

deprive Himself of omnipotence… forever

where does omnipotence go?

Is it lost?


God would be no longer God

Where then would God be?

Would we be without God?

Alone…no Creator, no meaning…?

It cannot be

It is not

Man has free will

Man is made in the image of God

According to His will

Man’s free will is the Will of God

To be exercised in the image of God

It is fated so

How does man know God’s Will?

Avoid ignorance and its error?

Exercise and act through free will in

the image of God’s Will?

Be spontaneous, effortless, joyful

This is how God exercises his Will

So man too must do the same

In God’s harmony

A glorious choir – the Voice of God

About the Book

The Mind of God



Pregnant Infinity

Spirit and Soul


The Fall of Man and Resurrection

Jyotish and Meaning (1)

Jyotish and Meaning (2)

Jyotish and Meaning (3)



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