Reflections on Ascension: Channeled Teachings of St. Francis

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Light Technology Publishing, Mar 1, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 96 pages
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Challenging, yet warm and loving, St. Francis urges us to prepare for ascension. This book includes chapters on the higher self, unconditional acceptance, divine equality, light-anchoring, working with your emotions, subpersonalities and decision-making, centering, holding a vision, nurturing the physical body, and the plan for mass ascension. In the words of St. Francis: "You dear readers, are very much involved in this undertaking. You are, in a way, the ground troops and you are in the midst of a 'battle' that is more about holding the light than anything else".
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
iv
Introduction by St Francis
v
Introduction by Anina
viii
How This Book Came About
xii
Ascension
13
Channeling
16
The Higher Self Connection
21
Unconditional Acceptance
23
More on Emotions
49
Subpersonalities and Decision Making
55
Centering Holding a Vision and Discernment
63
The Body
71
Brian Grattan
83
Idolization
87
Compassion
89
Connection and Cocreation
91

Divine Equality
25
Light Anchoring
27
Working with Emotions
39
The Mass Ascension Plan
93
About the Author
95
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About the author (1998)

Davenport was born in Germany. She grew up in a quiet village near Munich. In college she studied business both in Germany and England. After several years in the business world, she met her husband, who is American. They moved to the United State where she completed an M.A. in counseling psychology. After several years of working as a therapist and supervisor, her channeling and energy experiences started full force.

St. Francis of Assisi (1181-1266) was a charismatic preacher and founder of the Franciscan order.

Stubbs was born in England, and after graduating in electronics, worked in the British telecommunications industry. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1979 to continue working with computers.

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