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Old 15-06-2018, 02:28 AM
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You're quite welcome @linen53! I haven't read the whole series yet just the first. I believe the sequel is about Shamballah if I'm not mistaken. Eleventh & Twelfth insights would probably be the next sequels after that I think. The control drama chapter was mind blowing! Helped me come to terms with how to deal with my divorced parents. Spent so many years trying to deny half of who I am (my dad for better or worse). That book taught me I don't have to think of my mom as the little angel on my shoulder while my dad plays the little devil. If I want to break a cycle I learned that you got to go above the mistakes and successes of your folks. From my dad I inherited the question "what does it mean to be ENOUGH"? and from my mom I inherited the question "what does it mean to LOVE"? Let's just say I'm still working out the wrinkles :)
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Old 15-06-2018, 11:05 AM
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You got the books right K1ng Not sure of the order. I will sort that out when I get to that point.

Interesting what you have learned. What conflict you must have had with the attitudes of your parents. On the good note it gives you a whole range of negatives and positives to choose from. Finding yourself in the middle might take some time. No worries. You have all the time in the world.

I'm intrigued what I will learn from the first book.
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The Celestine Prophecy

one of my all time favorites
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You know you're reading a great book when you feel like it's speaking to you directly!

the book I read before this one was called Angels in my Hair.
It was a very powerful book to me, it also spoke to me.
I was inspired to give it to my sister in law Liz, who lost 2 of her sons in 5 years. I know it will bring her some comfort when she takes the time to read it
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Old 19-06-2018, 09:16 PM
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Be Love Now by Ram Dass
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I just started reading Earth Power by the late Scott Cunningham. His work is so gentle and pure.
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Be Love Now by Ram Dass
I've heard a lot about Ram Das. There's even a documentary about him on Netflix called fierce Grace. I think it's a very novel concept. What makes him so interesting?
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the book I read before this one was called Angels in my Hair.
It was a very powerful book to me, it also spoke to me.
I was inspired to give it to my sister in law Liz, who lost 2 of her sons in 5 years. I know it will bring her some comfort when she takes the time to read it
Angels in my hair I'll see if it's at my local library. I just got done reading The Shack and it sounds similar in subject matter to angels in my hair from the sounds of it. It was a great parable but theologically I just couldn't get into it. I was expecting it to be life changing but mostly what I found was gems. Celestine Prophecy, The 4 Agreements, The Shadow Effect by Deepak Chopra, Life After Death, Book of Enoch, Gospel of Thomas, Hamlet, Total Recall, are some of the most life changing books I've ever read. If you have a mourning sister in law maybe life after death will be a good read. Coincidentally I started reading the book right around the time my grandfather was passing away. It blew my expectations away completely.
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