Amazon link (not affiliated) Drawing on the ancient wisdom found in a Peruvian manuscript ‘The Celestine Prophecy - An Adventure’ by James Redfield (Bantam; First Printing edition (6 Oct. 1994)) The Celestine Prophecy contains secrets that are currently changing our world. Drawing on the ancient wisdom found in a Peruvian manuscript, it tells you how to make connections between the events happening in your own life right now…and lets you see what is going to happen to you in the years to come.
Photograph above by William Farlow The power of positive prayer with Thought Bricks This is a quote from the creator of the Thought Bricks course, Bernard: There is no doubt at all that the contents of this course are surprising, especially to those who have not yet realised the mighty, magnetic, drawing and attracting power of directed thought. There are many, of course, who have known theoretically about this, but who have never applied it, or done so only at infrequent intervals and in a vague, experimental way.
Photograph above by Sean Estergaard The feeling of dread was overpowering… I’ve always been uncomfortable with the eerie glow of moonlight and as I looked up at the cold building, I couldn’t shake off my uneasy feeling. I remember that I was sitting on my sofa and thinking about a dear friend of mine who had went through a very slow and painful death. I must have dozed off and when I opened my eyes again I was at the foot of stone steps that led up to this foreboding dismal place.
“If I ever had an out-of-body experience - I’d try to come back to a different one.”" –Tom Wilson Is astral travel real or fanciful mystical jargon? There have been countless books and articles written about out-of-body experiences (OBEs), or what some authors term ‘astral travel’. Some of the writers dress up the experience in fanciful mystical jargon. Other writers offer more practical techniques that, they claim, could lead to a conscious OBEs through regular practice, as opposed to uncontrolled nightly travels.