Although I have spent many years in the study of spiritual matters, I do not purport to have all the answers nor will I presume to give you advice as to directions you should take in your life. There are, however, certain principles that have been discovered by deeply insightful adepts going all the way back to ancient Egypt and before. These principles, when understood, can be quite helpful in gaining a more accurate view of the operations of the world that we find ourselves in and thereby make more intelligent decisions. It is my hope that the material in this audiobook will serve to give you a clearer view of the Path on which we all travel and help to reduce the number of missteps that we make.
©2007 Thomas Weston (P)2014 Thomas Weston
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"Principles of magic?"
This is a scholarly offering designed to awaken the the personal potential of the mind. Citing the ability of the mind to call into being positive or negative effect, and not only in attitude, the author challenges the reader. Organized religions and sales mongers have used these principles for as long as there have been humans. Perhaps one could view this presentation as that of the scientist's Power of Positive Thinking. Only shorter. Definitely a think piece, and rather more well done than most.
JC might have screwed up with this reading by giving in to a flair for the dramatic. Usually a dispassionate reader of esoteric pieces, this one is not as well done unless one is able to hear it at 1.5x speed. Then it is just fine.
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"Mysteries of the Multiverse"
Well,this was a very dull,repetitive book.It deals with self,gods,time,the imposibility of time travel,etc.I was bored early on.
Jack Chekijian was ok as narrator.I'm not sure if it was the book,or what but his reading was slow and deliberate.It was not one of his better narrations.
I was given this book for an honest review.
"Narrator sound like computer voice!"
I often listen to my Kindly books while I go to sleep. The narrator sounds only a tad better than my male computer voice.
The writer, Weston, is brilliant. Most of the concepts are familiar to me. The way they are compiled & mixed were new & enjoyable.
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