LAWS OF THE
reviewed by Vincent
Great metaphysical books have one thing in common: they have the ability to take readers out of the mundane and transport them into another realm, another level of understanding, someplace deep within where the soul listens and is nurtured. Laws of the Master beckons the reader to a quiet place of learning, a place where the message is contemplated and where truth is revealed. Every word in this book is an invitation, a call to deeper understanding.
THE PATH OF
reviewed by Prema Rose
The Path of Return guides its readers to understand the anatomy of the soul by learning about the etheric, emotional, and mental planes. It is a journey in consciousness, teaching that we are eternal beings with veils, or sheaths, that must be released in order to return to the sacred presence of being. The book is a discussion on how to find freedom from limitations that bind us to our personality consciousness. It guides us to meet our true nature, which is realized when we let go of our conditioned mind and emotions, offering the suggestion that life is an opportunity to become awakened to all that we are now as well as to the unlimited aspects of our eternal and divine nature.
reviewed by Margaret Doyle
The excitement and gratification of work, indivisible from the success of an enterprise, depends upon the spirit of the people involved, not the "bottom line" of profits realized. Through the methods of the shaman (the Siberian word means "one who sees in the dark"), this vitality and success of a business corporation can be rediscovered, and that is the message of The Corporate Shaman.
Whiteley writes The Corporate Shaman like a novel with a detective-style plot. Will the fictive companys hero realize his fatal flaw of neglecting his people in favor of profits? Will the loyal lieutenants, his department heads, prevail in the face of the dastardly usurper, the accountant Frank Farratt? (Incidentally, the naming of characters in this fable is a clever word exercise: the companys chief executive is Leon King; his Human Resources manager, who risks her career at PRIMETEC by telling the truth, is Helen Singer; the conservative head of operations who dares to take a new direction is Mark Steed.)
reviewed by Arlene Arnold
Emissary of Love pulls us into a world of strange happenings, intrigue, and extraordinary events. Though this novel is based on his experiences, James Twyman admits that some of the characters and some twists and turns of the story are fictional. However, the message and Twymans experiences with the psychic children are real.
Around the world, and especially in places like Bulgaria, Russia, and China, children are being born with seemingly extraordinary psychic gifts that come at birth and do not disappear. The children do not have to go through rigorous training to claim these gifts, though in some cases they need guidance in how to use them with love. We who are awed by the gifts are then told by these children that the gifts are not what matter. In slightly different ways of sharing the message, these children show us what is important by calling us to answer the following question: "How would you act if you realized that you were an Emissary of Love right now?" This is followed by a mandate to "Begin."
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