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"Leading to a Courrse in Miracles"
All Gary Renard's books lead to the book 'A Course in Miracles'. He is the open door for the book where many find 'The Course' very difficult to get into. 'Secrets of the Immortal' leads not only to A Course in Miracles (ACIM), but also to Gary's first book 'The Disappearance of the Universe'. Many will find it worthwhile to read both books before ACIM. I did! Don't be put off by the origination of these extraordinary works.
If you have reached a stage of total impasse in your life, where you want to 'give in' you are ready to read these works.
"Entertaining, conversational sharing of truth"
I just love this audio book of the follow up to the Dissappearance of the Universe. Once again read by the author himself, Gary
Renard shares just about the most extraordinary experience that he has in awakening and how he got into studying A Course in Miracles.
This work has an answer to the worlds most ancient and most asked questions around the meaning of existence and why we're all here and so on. He shares in a most natural conversational way with such clarity and simplicity.
I've been studying spiritually for the best part of 20 years and have yet to come across someone who can explain the hidden secrets of these great truths so masterfully as Gary. And the thing is, it feels like I'm in the conversation with him as I listen, like he's talking to me personally - almost as though I'd just phoned him and he's telling me something just like that.
If you're looking for the big existential answers you'll find them here. I love his audio book and just keep listening to it back to back over and over again - I can't get enough of it!
Finally I'll say that Gary's humour is just exquisite. Also extremely entertaining in the most wonderful way.
"Secrets of the immortal"
Shame, this did NOTHING for me at all. I was quite excited to listen to this audio book after hearing the except prior to purchasing it! Big let down. After listening to the very difficult to understand narrator the author started to talk about how much he liked sex, and that was enough for me - I am afraid the promise of the book was better than the book itself. Another wasted month's credit! Sorry Gary, but if I was your school teacher, I would write on your report 'could do better'.
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