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ISBN/ASIN : 1561709336
Manufacturer : Hay House|
Release data : June, 2002
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A new perspective on spiritual awareness
Taken at face value this book offers a quite sensational technique (kinesiology) for establishing the level of truth surrounding just about anything one would care to think about. This assumes the question is asked in the correct way, the level of interaction with one's assistant is kept to a minimum, and that ones own 'calibration' level is sufficiently high enough to access the vast cosmic database that we are all purported to be connected to. My first nagging doubt is why Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, and other enlightened Avatars haven't pointed this out before now, it might have saved a lot of suffering!
Also I'm somewhat suspicious that America comes out as having the highest national 'calibration' level. Even though America may have a few very enlightened people that raise the average 'calibration' level of the nation, It strikes me there is a high degree of polarization. I am surprised that countries from the east such as India, Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal, and China to mention but a few don't calibrate higher. Their populous has been aquatinted with the concepts of Karma and rebirth, and the 'oneness' of man with the universe, as an integral part of every day life for millennia.
I also became quite confused trying to establish what my own 'calibration' level might be. I know that I am quite capable of experiencing the whole range of calibrated emotions outlined in the book from one day to the next, and I'm sure I'm not alone. How do I find my average?
However a very stimulating and interesting read for anyone seeking a new perspective on the world of spiritual knowledge and understanding.
This book draws upon insights from the field of kinesiology and energy psychology. It is based on the findings of psychiatrist John Diamond and others, that the body's muscle strenght can indicate the truth or falsehood of any particular idea or statement - and also that it is possible to ascertain the strengthening or weakening effect of any object, person, or idea. The body seems to have access to an extraordinary 'library' of information beyond conscious awareness. It is possible to 'muscle test' the validity of any statement or system of ideas or knowledge, including religious systems. This is a profoundly important and thought-provoking book.
This book is one of the most inspirational you will read. The preface hits you hard and you won't be able to stop reading. I sat down to read this at around 1am just to see what it was like before going to bed and found my self still reading at 5am. I recommend this to anyone and everyone.