Echoes of Sedona Past

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Light Technology Publishing, Jun 1, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 263 pages
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The knowledge and technology to proceed with holographic healing is hearby granted to each of you who reads these words. It is not necessary to travel to distant places. With the holographic technology and skills you have been taught, you will be able to project your energies in the most direct and transformative way throughout the Earth.

I ask each of you to take that part of the Earth you are familiar with and know. When you interact with that part, you can affect the whole Earth. Whatever part of that whole that is distorted can be transformed into a fifth-dimensional holographic energy.

-- The Arcturians

 

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Contents

How I Discovered Sedona
3
First Jazz on the Rocks
12
Realtors Developers and Our Haunted House
19
Pioneers and Outlaws
29
Joe Hancock Cattleman
35
The Village of Oak Creeks Shady Past
45
Vortexes and the Ruby Focus
53
First Yoga Class
61
Valley of the Flowers and Sikh Warriors
159
Healing Ritual and Unexplained Events
169
Houseboats in Kashmir
175
Sai Babas Ashram
179
Akashic Reading
185
Keeper of the Records Visits Sedona
189
PART FOUR Reflections
193
Instant Karma
195

First Unity Church
69
Curse of the Medicine Man
77
PART TWO Leaders and Followers
83
Three Special Ladies
95
Unconventional Healers
107
Dr Stephen Chang
116
A New Breed
117
Keith Boericke
119
Early Gurus
121
Disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda Kriya Yoga and Tai Chi
123
The Romantic Guru
125
Teachings of Sri Aurobindo
127
The Pink Prince
134
The Guru and the Aliens
137
PART THREE Sedona to India with the Pink Prince 24 Planning for the GodMan Tour
147
Sedona to Bombay and Onward
151
Ashrams and Holy Men
155
Fear and Anger
199
Judgments
203
A Time to Plant
207
Musing about Food and the Future
213
In the Now
217
When Hearts Are Troubled
221
Attitude
225
Value of Words
227
Truth
231
The Falsehood
235
Time to Let Go
239
Golden Years
241
Joy and Reverence
245
Never Too Late to Learn
249
Index of Place Names
261
List of Illustrations
263
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Afraid of nothing and eager to try anything that would add to her understanding and awareness of life, Mary Lou wrote of her spiritual journey to India with a group led by the Pink Prince. This was a trip full of surprises as she visited ancient temples, ashrams, and holymen, and rode horseback up in the high Himalayas to the legendary Valley of the Flowers at 12,500 feet altitude.

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