This discussion is designed to instruct the aspirant on the realities of the hidden universe. Dr. Mitchell Earl Gibson has explored the spiritual world for more than 20 years, and he brings a wealth of knowledge regarding the journey of the human soul from the before-life state, to incarnation, to the after-life, and beyond.
This discussion will provide the seeker with an enlightened orientation to the spiritual world. This fascinating presentation will supercharge your spiritual journey and help you find a new beginning for your life.
Recorded live in April 2005 at the Seventh International Conference on Science and Consciousnes in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
A very sad display of ignorance by someone who has decided to teach without understanding. Dr. Gibson needs himself to go back to the basics before he can hope to grasp any of the Mysteries. He is also such a poor teacher! He does not express himself clearly and does not answer questions when he should. You can easily pick up the moments when he has not done enough homework and when he is just talking through his hat, hoping to get away with it. Unfortunately, listening to this recording was for me a complete waste of time and money. My apologies to Dr. Gibson for these comments but please upgrade your ball game for the benefit of all.
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The subject matter is very interesting. it would be great to see and study.
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I am always amazed and amuzed by how these gurus make money selling spiritual imaginary gibberish. The author states: "hundreds of thousands of people are willfully transforming their physical bodies into luminous spiritual bodies and back again". I would ask: "Can you demonstrate this?" To which the answer is surely "no". Then I would ask: "Can you introduce me to someone who can?" Again, surely not. The author says that theomorphic beings (enlightened god-like people) can reporduce both asexually and sexually, self fertizilizing (like worms). I never thought that my spiritual destiny was to go f*@% myself!
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It's not exactly about "the spiritual world", more like one person's theory on where ghosts come from and a mantra supposedly for gathering energy from the sun at dawn. Although some people might be able to gather a couple of gems from here, the majority is just discussing a particular and (in my opinion) not very enlightening view, with little discussion of where the information comes from. Recording is also bad. "Life After Death" by Deepak Chopra covers more what I was looking for, which wasn't to be found here.