Bridge Into Light

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Oughten House, 1994 - Religion - 116 pages
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This book is for those who want to learn how to become more focused on their spiritual path and to prepare for their ascension. Bridge Into Light lovingly offers many step-by-step exercises on how to meditate and how to channel.

This is a practical how-to book which teaches techniques for listening to your own spiritual guidance directly. It includes exercises and channeled information which is compelling for our times.

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Contents

Chapter Two Beings of Light
15
Chapter Three Going Within
31
Chapter Four Opening to the Light
49
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About the author (1994)

Fred Cameron is a researcher and lecturer. After earning a joint degree in astronomy and physics, he was hired as a programmer at IBM, and later ran a small software company for many years. Struck by a lack of meaning, he experienced a mid-life crisis and in 1989 had a spiritual awakening which led him to explore different realities beyond the one science describes. He became part of the New Age movement, but found it also lacked essential meaning. So he set out to discover what genuine spiritual truths might still exist in this modern day-a task that lasted twelve years and spanned the Western Hermetic tradition, Sufism, and several Eastern traditions. From this work he developed the Fool's Journey, a synthesis of perennial spiritual teachings, which will appear in a forthcoming book. "The Universe Is Fake" is one approach to this material for those not especially religious or even spiritual. He gives workshops and teaches classes on these and related subjects.

Mr. Cameron recorded a CD of original music, "Memories of Home", using ancient tunings from Sumer that date back five thousand years. "The Universe Is Fake" is his second book. He lives near Seattle, Washington.

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