A Journey in Stone

A Journey in Stone

Craig Weightman

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A Journey in Stone is a guide to that path in which the author Craig Weightman explores the transformative symbolism of Freemasonry and its effect on the Masonic workman.

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Would you be interested in a psychologist’s assessment of Freemasonry as a path of self development?

Freemasonry is a path of self-development, learning and inner transformation.

A Journey in Stone is a guide to that path in which the author Craig Weightman explores the transformative symbolism of Freemasonry and its effect on the Masonic workman. Starting with the rough ashlar, the symbol of the individual as they enter Masonry, he moves through an explanation of how the working of stone is an apt metaphor for transformation. Not stopping at the perfect ashlar, the author moves on to how the building, within which a stone block might be placed, represents society at large and elaborates how Masonry encourages the candidate to find their true selves in order to serve and support this society in the best way possible. Culminating with Royal Arch Masonry, the book also offers clues and suggestions as to the symbolism of the Royal Arch and the process it represents.

This book offers an inspirational read for any Freemason embarking on his own Masonic path of self-improvement and makes a perfect guide for the newly made Mason who needs to keep his focus on the most important goal of our Order.

This book also offers the perfect opportunity for non-Masons with the desire to learn more about this ancient fraternity, to understand how one may embark upon their own ‘journey in stone’ and become a self-made man.

Additional Information

Author

Craig Weightman

Format(s)

ePub

Publication Date

01 September 2015