BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

People ask me for recommendations for books all the time. I have listed a few here, and I’ll try and add them as I have time.

 

CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD

Book 1, 2 and 3

BY NEALE DONALD WALSCH

One of the first books that I feel truly changed the way that I looked at God was three books that Neale Donald Walsh wrote.
LISTENED to all 3 of the books on CD – but the CD’s are very hard to come by.  I was able to find them in the Library system at the time (15 years ago!) And was able to finally track them down, but it wasn’t easy to find them.  I LOVED listening to them – over reading the books.  The words of GOD was spoken by Ed Asner and Ellen Burstyn, two amazing actors. They brought the work to life!  I have told many of my students about the impact of this work on my belief system (one that I had trouble making sense about…..) and how they might get a more “OPEN” view of God then the way was taught as children in our assorted religions.  All of the ones that were willing to open to a bigger view of God found this to be very enlightening and refreshing and touched the Truth in themselves. I highly recommend it!

M.A.P. The Co-Creative White Brotherhood Medical Assistance Program

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MAP Program

    BEHAVING AS IF THE GOD IN ALL LIFE MATTERED

  BEHAVING AS IF THE GOD IN ALL LIFE MATTERED

Behaving as if the God in All Life Mattered

by: Machaelle Small Wright

“I loved her book “MAP: The Co-Creative White Brotherhood Medical Assistance Program” so much that I wanted to know more about this amazing woman. I picked up this title in a little soft cover book and was amazed by the depth of this book. I was touched by her tragic childhood and the amazing journey to her “work”, working with Nature. This book deals with very different concepts for the average person, if you don’t have an open mind to things that are not concrete, then don’t bother picking this up. If you are open minded – GREAT                 book!”

DIARY OF A PSYCHIC: SHATTERING THE MYTHS

By: Sonia Choquette

 “I think this is a wonderful book for a person trying to understand being a “natural” psychic. It’s about a young girl that had a mother that was dabbling in psychic ability and she wanted to do it too! Since we are all “psychic” it shows her journey to embracing and acting and WORKING to develop her God-given skills! I suggest this book to all my beginning students!”

SO YOU WANT TO BE A MEDIUM: A DOWN TO EARTH GUIDE

By: Rose Vanden Eynden

  “I wish that I had found this book when I was just starting out learning that I was a Medium! It would have saved me so much of the “unknown” that I had to fumble through! I try to buy this book every time I find it so I can offer it in my class’s on psychic development. This is a good book for anyone just wanting to understand psychic development, not JUST on mediumship! It is  written in a very simple and clear cut manner.”

THE TRAVELER’S GIFT: SEVEN DECISIONS THAT

DETERMINE PERSONAL SUCCESS

By: Andy Andrews

     “I have bought about 100 copies of this book over the years. I have given it as gifts to family,      friends and my students. It is well written and weaves us through a very interesting story of meeting famous people through history that teach us lessons that make us a better person. I  LOVE THIS BOOK! This is a CLASSIC! It will always be in my treasured book collection! “

                                  HUGH LYNN CAYCE: ABOUT MY FATHER’S BUSINESS
                                                          By: A. Robert Smith
I am very intrigued by the back-story of people and their lives.  I have read about Edgar Cayce’s life in the “Sleeping Prophet” and I really enjoyed the image that was projected about this amazing man.  But as we are so painfully aware, there is a “private side” and “public side” to all people, and Edgar Cayce is no different. For that reason, I was drawn to reading Hugh Lynn’s take on “his life” being the son of this famous man.
   I did not know anything about Hugh Lynn’s nor his involvement with the A.R.E. that his father started.  What I found out about both facets of Hugh Lynn’s life kept me keep picking the book back up each morning.  It wasn’t an “I can’t put it down” kind of read, but I kept coming back for more.
 There are some very revealing things shared by Hugh Lynn that got me to sit up and notice!  His unusual relationship/feeling about his mother for one!  But his issues of anger at his dad and his honest struggle with his feeling about The Work.
I really enjoyed and BELIEVED the honesty that Hugh Lynn exposed about his “human issues” in this incarnation.  I went in thinking I would find out more about the REAL man that was Edgar Cayce, but I got much more. I learned about the equally incredible man called, Hugh Lynn Cayce and how he was converted to a broader belief system (mostly about reincarnation) and how he took his father’s work to a whole new level!  I HIGHLY recommend this book. And my hats off to Hugh Lynn Cayce who has since joined his Dad for a new adventure!

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