Ramtha, the White Book

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Ramtha's School of the Mind, Jan 27, 2005 - Religion - 335 pages
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The general introduction to Ramtha and his teachings now revised and expanded with a Foreword by JZ Knight, a glossary of terms and concepts used by Ramtha, a detailed index and a commentary essay showing the significance of Ramthas teachings. It addresses questions on the Source of all existence, our forgotten divinity, life after death, evolution, love, the power of consciousness and the mind, lessons from nature, and Ramthas ascension.Foreword by JZ Knight, Glossary, Index and Significance of Ramthas Teachings Essay
 

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THE MASTER TEACHER OF MODERN TIMES

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No one else in all human history gave to us this precious knowladge about ourselves without any interest than enlightment our lives simply because he wants. Thank you Ramtha, for life. Read full review

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One of my favorite books growing up.

Contents

Introduction
19
I Am Ramtha
25
When You Were My People
45
God Is
53
Behold God
67
Life After Life
81
Death or Ascension
101
Creation and Evolution
111
Forgotten Divinity
193
Reincarnation
211
The Science of Knowing
223
The Closed Mind
237
Opening the Mind
245
The Virtue of Experience
265
One Fine Morn
279
UNIQUE SIGNIFICANCE OF RAMTHAS TEACHINGS
287

Higher Than Angels
129
The Identifiable God
139
The Gift of Love
145
Nothing but Truth
151
Love and Do What You Will
167
Joy the Grandest State of Being
183
GLOSSARY
296
BIBLIOGRAPHY
315
LIST OF SOURCES
317
INDEX
321
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