Immensely readable with an emphasis on true spirituality, Glorification is a profound and encouraging analysis of man, reality and mental health. Keppe shows that the human being has contact with God only through awareness of his psycho-pathology. He affirms that humanity has a glorious destiny, but that we must first be willing to see how we reject it, condemning ourselves to illness and suffering.
This book has been called the New Theology for 3rd Millenium, The unification between science, philosophy and theology (corrected). It consists of three parts: Revelation (of the human pathology), Ascension (treatment) and Glorification ( of goodness, together with God). This book is a Hymn for the glory of Creator and Its creation, also the conscientization of the participation of the human being in the divine process.
All that Christ revealed and did constitutes a message of greater hope and joy than any other person has ever achieved. Wherever He went He cured illness, forgave sins, and showed the beauty of the kingdom of heaven. He did not condemn a single person; in fact, He became irritated by the behavior of the hypocrites who disturbed the lives of their fellow beings. His principle work was in showing that God is good and loves all men as His children, and the main reason for His existence on earth was to lead mankind to well-beign and haPpiness. He taught that existence is the greatest of all gifts, and that God acts exactly like a father who takes pleasure in putting all of his riches into the hands of his children.
God is the most joyful being who exists. To see this we have only to observe the murmur of the streams, the soughing of the wind in the trees, the graceful flight of the birds, the radiance of the sun, the music and the perfume that emanate from the forests, the clouds sailing happily across the sly, and specially this incredible creation that develops almost without limits, foretelling of another in which there are no restrictions.
Christ spoke to us as God; we must speak to Him as human beings. He spoke of the One who gave us all love, life and eternity; we must speak not only of our complete gratefulness for truth, beauty and goodness, but especially of our profound gratitude for everything He has done for us, because He has shown that He appreciates any attitude of ours that draws us near to Him.
All existence is a true dream of love, as is life itself, for it was born out of an act of God's affection, which is feeling (love). That is what our life is. If we choose not to perceive this, we do it out of extreme envy.