Emmanuel's Book: A Manual for Living Comfortably in the Cosmos

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Bantam Books, 1987 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 262 pages
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Here is the revealing underground classic, a work  that stands beside the "Seth" books as a  delightful and invaluable guide to our inner  spirit and our outer world. Emmanuel speaks to us  through Pat Rodegast and shares his wisdom and  insights on all aspects of life. Beautifully written and  illustrated, Emmanuel's Book I  is to be treasured, enjoyed and passed on to a  friend. Emmanuel says: "The gifts I wish to  give you are my deepest love, the safety of truth,  the wisdom of the universe and the reality of God .  . . . The issue of whether there is a Greater  Reality or not, for me at least, has been settled. I  know that there is. So I will speak to you from  the knowing that I possess."

Ram Dass, in the  introduction, says: "Being with Emmanuel one  comes to appreciate the vast evolutionary context  in which our lives are being lived . . . And at  each moment we are at just the right place in the  journey. As Emmanuel points out, 'Who you are is a  necessary step to being who you will be.'"

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All three of the Emmanuels Books by Pat Rodegast are wonderful. The eloquent and gentle words are directly from Source angelic and comforting. I read them when my life was quite challenging and they ... Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Judith Stanton grew up on a farm in North Carolina. During a successful career as a university professor, she taught writing and feminist theory and also traveled widely in England researching eighteenth-century romance writers. She and her husband live in the country and have two horse and a dozen rescued cats.

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