Edited by HENRY REED, Ph.D.
March 09,   2016

Channeling Your Higher Self

By Henry Reed

Book Summary by Rachel Creager

Edgar Cayce popularized the word, “channel,” to mean bringing forth, and had a unique “mega-vision” of the many ways in which we can bring forth blessings from Spirit.

Intuition for Spiritual Wisdom

By Lloyd Lewis

An Atlantic University student who is a practitioner of Eckankar describes his method for tapping intuitive insights.

Prayer and Psychic Experiences

By Charles Thomas Cayce

There is a close relationships between ESP, prayer, meditation, dreams, and other deeper states of consciousness.

Everyone’s A Buddha

By Donna Colon

Everybody is a teacher…either what to be like, or what not to be like. I decided to adopt this perspective. The observations of others became fodder for the next morning’s meditative session.

Emotional Alchemy

By Tara Bennet

Book Summary by Clayton

Montez The mind can transcend its natural tendency to obscure itself with habitual emotional reactions to one of natural, open clarity. When Buddhist mindfulness meditation is combined with schema therapy one learns to distinguish distortion from reality.

Postive Energy

By Judith Orloff

Book Summary by Lorrie

Kazan Become mindful. From mindfulness comes a new kind of freedom, both in knowing one's self fully and in being completely present in one's life.

The Secret of Doing Without Doing

By Robert Anthony

Most of our actions are out of fear, worry or doubt because we believe nothing will get done unless we DO something. In other words, we are trying to force our desire into manifestation through action. If your decision to DO is dominant, then you will not focus on what you want to BE in the present moment. This causes you to miscreate because BEING is the first and most important step in the creative process.

Celebrating Soul: Preparing for the New Religion

By Lawrence Jaffe

Book summary by Susie Pedigo

Consciousness knows with both the head and the heart. The Jungian myth includes the idea that changing the God-image is dependent on transforming human consciousness. The connection between ego and Self represents the connection between man and God.

Remote Viewing and Self-Realization:

A commentary on Russell Targ’s book: Limitless Mind

By Henry Reed

Edgar Cayce used remote viewing himself sometimes, like when he announced from his self-induced clairvoyant consciousness that his next client had not yet arrived at home where he was to be for his reading from Cayce, or when Cayce noted that the prescribed remedy, “oil of smoke” was hidden in the back room shelf of the pharmacist.

Enhancing the Intuitive Coping Style through Transpersonal Course Instruction:

A Pilot Study By David W. Miller

Many people are unaware of their inherent intuitive skills for dealing with the stressful situations of modern life. But others are aware of this intuitive transcendent phenomenon in the form of hunches and have learned how to sporadically use it. A few have learned how to trigger this intuitive skill and use it to cope with modern life. This culminating project for Atlantic University addresses the question of what kind of training experiences might be used to help people adopt an optimal coping style for modern life. The assumption was that the deepening of one's own experience with meditation and intuition would have a positive impact.

Everyday Meditation: 100 Daily Meditations for Health, Stress Relief, and Everyday Joy. By Tobin Blake

Meditation is the conscious act of turning around and facing the other way -- inward. For just a little while each day, you sit down, close your eyes to the outside world, and turn your attention toward the inside world, where your core self, which is a direct extension of Source, still exists. The core self is the original creative spark from which grew everything in your life as you know it. To use an analogy, it is the foundation upon which your home is built.

New World Mindfulness. By Donald McGown & Marc S. Micozzi
The Westerner who is attracted to Zen and who would understand it deeply must have one indispensable qualification: he must understand his own culture so thoroughly that he is no longer swayed by its premises unconsciously. He must really have come to terms with the Lord God Jehovah and with his Hebrew-Christian conscience so that he can take it or leave it without fear or rebellion. 


Meditation: An In-Depth Guide

By Ian Gawler & Paul Bedson

Meditation is increasingly recommended for relaxation, for enhancing relationships and well-being, to increase performance in sports and business, for personal growth, and to assist healing. Introducing mindfulness-based stillness meditation, Ian Gawler and Paul Bedson explain how to build a daily meditation practice. The authors also show how meditation can be used to work with our emotions, aid healing, manage pain, or as a spiritual practice. Meditation is a path we can pursue and refine throughout our lives.


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