Handbook to higher consciousness, Volume 495

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Living Love Publications, 1975 - Philosophy - 211 pages
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This perennial bestseller is more popular than ever and has helped countless people experience dramatic changes in their lives from the time they begin applying the simple, effective techniques.

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- #1 ) Distilled the essential elements of our thinking creates our experiences... Provides templates for in the form of that reminds me of madlibs ... but when you fill in the blanks
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creates an awareness of what thinking processes is limiting your ability to be in the moment....
- #3) It does not provide the rules to gaining higher levels of awareness ... but the tools ....
- #4) When you recite in your mind: "I am creating the experience of .....
because 'addictions' demands (programming) that my experience is something
different then it is ..... ... my positive intention is to create the experience of .... ...
- #5) Are the payoffs of the 'addiction' worth the 'ripoffs' ....
- #6) If they are cool...but it is ..the "I" create the experience that gives the choice to let go and free yourself to be in the moment ... that is maybe why they call it the 'present'....
 

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This book is a great primer if you haven't read too deeply or widely into eastern philosophy or new age self-help books. The most valuable piece of info in this book is probably the little boxed blurb ... Read full review

Contents

Why This Book Was Written for Us
1
Secrets of Happiness
4
The Law of Higher Consciousness
8
Copyright

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About the author (1975)

Ken Keyes, Jr. (1921-1995) wa one of the most dynamic, beloved, and respected philosophers of New Age thought. A quadriplegic confined to a wheelchair from the age of 25, Mr. Keyes was also a highly successful businessman before leaving the corporated world in 1972 to teach the principles of Living Love. A pioneer of the personal growth, self-help field, he wrote 15 books, including his most renowned work, the worldwide bestseller" Handbook to Higher Consciousness."

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