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Summary: An insightful revelation of the spiritual world from one of the greatest Western masters of the 20th century. Various forms of spiritual “seeing” are explored from the inferior third-eye vision to an intuitive vision of the divine world. Out-of-body travel is not advised until one develops weapons of light through purification and by cultivating wisdom, love, and self-mastery. The technique of doing spiritual work and helping others while your body sleeps, and a ritual for protection before going to sleep are priceless pearls. Learn other valuable techniques to expand your vision and gain greater mastery of your life in this book of practical spirituality. NOTE: Please read chapters 1-3 in preparation for Class 1.
If the eyes are the "windows to the soul," then there might be a deeper significance to the emergence of an eye problem like nearsightedness than one might think. In Conscious Seeing, Dr. Roberto Kaplan explains that how we see is the largest determining factor in what we see. When we look at our eyes beyond the diagnosis of a problem, we can come to understand that visual symptoms are valuable messages through which we can be more aware of our true nature.
This insightful book will, for many, open new vistas and possibilities related to our dominant sense, helping us see new possibilities for our vision and our lives. Robert-Michael Kaplan is a true visionary. His new book will surely rock the foundation of our present vision paradigm and provide a revolutionary new understanding for all who have the eyes to see. It's not only helpful for eyesight but for life and how to live it fully.
A Gift of Prophecy tells the story of the extraordinary Jeane Dixon who predicted: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the name of his killer; Teddy Kennedy's accident; the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi; Dag Hammarskjold and Carole Lombard's deaths by plane; Marilyn Monroe's suicide; and numerous other events of personal, national and international significance. In the past quarter century, Jeane Dixion has become as much an institution in Washington as the Pentagon. Her amazing ability to see into the future has her constantly beseiged by people anxious to know what the future holds for them. Yet Mrs. Dixon remains an extremely religious woman who uses her gift only for the good of humanity, and continually refuses monetary compensation.