By Craig Falkner
Date Added: Friday 6 March 2009
Once we stop trying to control our spiritual development, and allow it to control "us", we are led to those things that we need. We are led away from the people who deal in sugar-coated spiritual "fluff", and toward the truth-based "meat-and-potatoes" consciousness pioneers like Alan Watts, or, Elisabeth K-Ross. If you are reading this review, you may have been led here. This book is one of those products. Her message is important, uplifting, freeing, and, in some cases, electric in it's impact. There will be an awareness that you are hearing truth from a wise and caring soul. You will want to share it with others, as I am trying to do here.
A word of caution, her accent is thick and so difficult to understand, I was afraid I had wasted my money. However, after a few minutes, your mind adjusts to the Swiss accent, and it becomes pretty easy to follow her. Good thing, too, because what she says, introduces you to important truths learned over a lifetime of scientific and medical research work, and, to a lovely teacher that I am glad to have met. Buy the book and listen to it at least a couple of times.
Date Added: Saturday 14 July 2012
As lenders and borrowers of individual-and-collective reminders/signposts/paths to all that we intend to become, I understand this concept as being belonged to a whole journey; and learning that earth is only a very small path of that journey.
For 36 years, I have worked on a project so I could describ my individual-and-collective Purpose. I have come to reason that individual-and-collective worth, which I now identify and Firstworth, it’s beyond the confines of spiritually as most of us are taught to believe.
I am slowly replacing my old teachings on spiritually, most of which had often confined my willingness to breath. I am now replacing the old spiritual definition with my revelation of Firstfaith: the individual-and-collective M!O!R!E! that is each life, immeasurable—it is the innate fount of nobleness for reductions, and expansions that defines preordained individual-and-collective recognition, understanding, acceptance—and application via iteration – to an undetermined degree, in spite of obstacles, including death.