The Practical Mystic: Life-Lessons from Conversations with Mrs. Booth

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Darjeeling Press, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 260 pages

A great sage once said, "Little keys unlock the biggest doors."

For the serious student on the spiritual path, this book contains keys that can unlock many doors. They are drawn from episodes in the life of Annice Booth, who for more than forty years has been a student of Mark Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet.

Annice is a true mystic. She occasionally had transcendent spiritual experiences, and she was sometimes more in the etheric plane than the physical. Yet she knew that this was a lifetime to be in the world, and to work. Her stories-sometimes funny, often surprising-illustrate some unexpected truths about the spiritual path. They show the tests and initiations that come to anyone who would pursue higher consciousness.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Path of Chelaship
7
Snapshots from the Life of a Chela
13
Lessons in Chelaship
37
The First Time I Met Mark Prophet
39
The Orange Dress
43
Trying to Meditate
48
A Message from the Master
52
An Old Sailor
133
No Bad Karma Together
137
Family Ties
138
Dont Personalize Your Work
146
Working on Climb the Highest Mountain with Florence Miller
149
Not the Holy Spirit But an Angry Wind
153
You Are a Son of God
156
The Soul Always Knows
158

The Eyes of Morya
55
The Great Divine Director and the Elementals
60
An Experience of the Holy Spirit
63
The Ascended Masters SOS
66
Waves Upon the Sea
69
Floating Away with Seraphic Meditations
71
The Presence of Babaji
74
Pictures of the Masters
76
Averting an Earthquake
79
Transferring Glyphs
81
Lady Dorcas
84
The Spoken Word and the Written Word
87
The Call Compels the Answer
89
It is Finished
93
A Couple of Ladies in Waiting
96
A Karmic Return
98
Joining the Messengers Staff
100
The Master Trains Us Well
101
The Masters Use Our Adaptability
103
Karma with a Staff Member
107
To Sleep But Not to Dream
109
Trust No Man
111
The Shrinking Baby Clothes
114
Saved for the Summit
117
The Burning Candle
119
Mark Acts the Fool
121
I Cant Means I Wont
124
Mark Discovers a Past Life and Is Not Pleased
126
A Meal for Two Queens
128
Once a Cardinal
131
The Rice Fast
161
Marks Mastery of Meditation
163
More Memories of Mark
164
Small Unexpected Statements
166
More Lessons from Past Lives
168
Caregiver for Tatiana
174
Before the Karmic Board
179
Marks Voice
183
Knowing Mother
185
The Cyclopea Marathon
192
Annice and Mother
195
The Messenger Sees the Electronic Belt
197
Train Annice to Be a Writer
199
An Afternoon Nap
205
For the Judgment
207
The Weight of the World
209
A Book for Every Conference
211
A Center in Paris
213
Accepting Help from Others
218
Training Your Replacement
220
Never Above the Law
222
Giving Up Chocolate
225
Working in the Candy Store
227
All My Gals Ascended
230
Annice as I Have Known Her
236
From the Guru to the Chela
243
33 Keys for the Practical Mystic
246
Further Reading
248
Notes
249
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About the author (2009)

Neroli Duffy is a former medical doctor who practiced in Australia and also in England. In 1989 she moved to America to live in Montana's Rocky Mountains, where she met and married her husband, Peter (who is also originally from Australia). At that time Neroli left the field of medicine and became an instructor with Summit University, which was founded by Elizabeth Clare Prophet, a pioneer in the New Age movement. Neroli has traveled all over the world delivering seminars on higher consciousness and the Teachings of the Ascended Masters. A minister and a writer, Neroli is also active in mentoring youth and serves as a volunteer mediator in her local community. In her spare time she likes to make rosaries out of crystal and gemstones as focuses of light to assist people in their spiritual practice. She lives in Montana's Paradise Valley.

Annice Booth is a minister, author and former teacher at Summit University. She has been a student and close personal friend of Mark and Elizabeth Prophet

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