Sometimes the truth really is stranger than fiction, and for Gary Renard, best-selling author of The Disappearance of the Universe, such was the case. In 1992, two "ascended masters" appeared before him to impart the teachings from A Course in Miracles. Before their arrival, Renard had never heard of this modern spiritual text. Over the next nine years they met with him frequently to teach him its complexities. Now, on The End of Reincarnation, Gary Renard offers a practical understanding of the Course's core principles, including:
"I understand now that reincarnation is only something that appears to happen," Renard explains. "It's just a continuation of the dream of birth and death." Distilled for people who have been curious about A Course in Miracles, as well as for continuing students who would like to deepen their studies, The End of Reincarnation illuminates the peace available when we awaken from the dream, and catalyzes our experience of oneness with all of creation.
©2006 Gary Renard; (P)2006 Sounds True
Extremely clear and helpful.
This is one of Gary's best performances.
Spiritual without taking itself too serious.
A must have for any student of "A Course In Miracles".
This book truly helped me to carry on after the death of my parents.
It brought a new perspective to my life in all the senses
Very encouraging and with always a touch of humor
Simply a great book
How not to reincarnate is the theme. Gary Renard has shown his superb understanding of ACIM in this audiobook. It has new insights that he talks about and it gets better and better. This book will open your mind to new avenues and will surprise you a little too. Honest and sincere discussion is Gary's strength and he is a joy to listen to (he has the best voice). I would love to listen other audio books by Gary and I hope he rerecords the Disappearance of the Universe with new people.
I spend quite a bit of time travelling & have discovered audio books to keep my mind engaged. I really enjoy the audio book experience.
...a different narrator would have been much better.
...did not enjoy his voice.
Really disappointed. Some of the information is good and would have preferred he just give the information...I was not interested in hearing his "autobiography" -- details about his life did not add to the content that he was trying to convey.
I am sorry I purchased this audio book. It was tedious and although I tried to stick with it for the content, it truly was an awful experience...the worst audio book I have ever purchased. I would have given it no stars but that was not an option.
Great follow up after reading "Disappearance of the Universe". I am eternally grateful for the Clarity and Understanding this book has shed on my growing understanding of a great many questions I have had on the spiritual path.
Thank you Gary!
Happy wife and digital scrapbooker. Love to read anything spiritual.
Especially for those who have read or studied A Course In Miracles, but found it to be so long, and possibly confusing, THIS BOOK will clear it up so perfectly that you will never stop rejoicing. Your path will become SURE & SWEET from here on out. See you in Heaven soon my brother!!! <3
It's a light listen but worth it. The practice of forgiveness is imperative. The author is not very articulate so there is some repetition but still worth listening to.
While what Mr. Renard says is not totally irrelevant, it is a shallow and disrespectful theft of the very beautiful teachings of Jesus, of which I might add, Gary unfortunately seems to miss-understand. Like Mr. Renard I personally don't agree with the way the main stream Christian church interprets the Bible, which is one of the reasons I listened to this book.
Mr. Renard needs to read "Why Jesus Taught Reincarnation" by Dr. Herbert Puryear in order to gain a biblical understanding of Jesus's teachings and the meaning within the Bible. It's the single best book on Christianity I have ever read. And, unlike this book it humbly expands the beauty and depth of Christianity, and it does it through the writings of Jesus within the bible.
I can't help but feel Mr. Renard's books are all about Mr. Renard getting over his own anger. I tried also to listen to his advanced teachings and couldn't get through them. His anger shows through in his snarky manner. I wish him well.
I have read the bible once but to be honest it seamed too mixed up for me to understand, gary's book opened my eyes/heart and mind things i could not understand befor where explained in what i call a human way. many thanks and highly recomended.
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