When two such teachers appeared before Gary Renard in 1992, he chose to listen to them. (And ask a lot of questions.) The result is this startling audiobook: An extraordinary record of 17 mind-bending conversations that took place over nearly a decade, reorienting the author's life, and giving the world an uncompromising introduction to a spiritual teaching destined to change human history.
©2004 Gary R. Renard; (P)2005 Hay House, Inc.
this is a new christian theology that borrows from buddhism. i say so not for the sake of terminology and technicality but for the idea that world religions may(scratch may, use are instead) ultimately be one and the same thing, a universal truth. this is christianity going back to its roots.
this book is going to change the world.
forgiveness as the solution
The Selfish Gene
That is another very novel 'big-picture' view of things that I found fascinating. From a totally different perspective mind you.
At the outset of the book. If inspiration suddenly manifested itself as a pair of angelic beings on the couch just opposite me, would I listen to them/it, or would I figure I needed to up my meds?
If you dare to read on for a while, you discover this is a fascinating exploration of life's biggest questions and it offers some compelling concepts but also exercises in experiential learning and problem solving.
How much I can relax if I don't spend so much time judging things and others.
I listened to the book twice, consecutively. gained clearer understanding of myself and the Course of miracles.
Yes, absolutely, but I would say to ignore that it sounds like they are reading to first graders. Just concentrate on the message.
Yes, I just would like them to read it better
Quantum vs Newtonian forgiveness.
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