Because we are multi-dimensional beings, we have the ability to create in several, if not many, different realities. We aren't just limited to the physical world anymore. Truly we never were, but we just weren't able to expand our minds to be able to see that.Read more...
Because we are multi-dimensional beings, we have the ability to create in several, if not many, different realities. We aren't just limited to the physical world anymore. Truly we never were, but we just weren't able to expand our minds to be able to see that. We had no frame of reference. The past is gone, taking with it all thoughts of playing small. We have found that magic lamp, and we aren't limited to just three wishes--we can have as much (or as little) as we can handle. This book is a toolbox, filled with ideas to help us move beyond our pre-conceived notions and limiting beliefs. The reader can take a little from each of the contributors and craft the method of conscious creation that best works for them--with consistency, ease, and grace This book came about as a co-creation between the speakers on the popular Realities of Creation tele-summit. Each speaker contributed a chapter on their area of expertise-- topics that they have been writing and teaching about for a while. If one particular author resonates with you, you can find more information on that topic on their websites. Our reality is changing and this book provides new information to assist you in your own path of conscious creation.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-06-20
- Reviewer: Staff
This companion volume to the online telesummit of the same name loosely focuses on the theme of "actually believing you can have your wishes come true" while exhibiting the excesses of new age salesmanship. Each of the nine speakers takes a chapter to introduce a particular spin on personal growth and enlightenment. Pieces include a mishmash of pseudoscientific explanations that are hard to swallow and impossible to verify (such as Jean Adrienne's channeled idea that 144 strands of human DNA were given away to help a dying star system), erroneous logic, dramatically capitalized concepts, practitioner-trademarked methodologies, confirmation bias–fueled self-validation, and dramatic revelations of the author's spiritual prowess. But most of all, the book suffers from a sense that the voices within are competing for the reader's acceptance of their systems rather than building something harmonious together, leaving the book without coherence and the reader lost in a jumble of authorial egos. (Apr.)