Sanctuary: The Path to Consciousness

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Hay House, Nov 1, 2000 - Fiction - 225 pages
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More than half a century after Einstein first described the energetic unity of the world in his famous equation, E=mc2, we are finally beginning to understand the spiritual and mystical implications of his discovery. "Sanctuary: The Path to Consciousness "is about the miraculous possibilities that emerge when we see the universe as a matrix of frozen light, the spiritual manifestation of our intuitive consciousnesses. In this remarkable novel, you will find a new energetic model of the body, the spirit, and the nature of the physical world. It points the way to unlimited possibilities of absolute, eternal transformation, and you will find out that it is readily available now! After reading this book, you too can take advantage of the techniques of energetic Quantum-Consciousness Evaluation, and be able to identify and remove subtle-energy imbalances to attain and integrate physical, emotional, and spiritual harmony!

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Contents

Prologue
1
Jane and Terry
11
The Road
21
Copyright

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Stephen Lewis has written childrens films for television and produced instructional films for a number of educational publishers. For twenty years, he headed various divisions in instructional technology and traditional print for the educational publishing arm of IBM. In the 1980s, he moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he began writing for newspapers and magazines. For a non-profit organization there, he founded and directed the memoir-writing workshop Writing Your Self.

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