Fred S. Davis

Fred S. Davis

“An astonishing book. I’ve read hundreds of spiritual books, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Christian mysticism, A Course in Miracles, Eckhart Tolle. Then came Nisargadatta, Maharshi, Balsekar, Byron Katie, Ken Wilber, Gangaji, and Adyashanti. This book is in that lofty league. “The beauty of it is that it doesn’t write down to you, or lead you in intellectual circles. It tells you What’s What, in many brilliant ways. When you are ready, this book will be astonishing. Until then, it will be gobbledygook. Buy it today. Try to read it. If you get it, it’ll change your life. If you’ve already more or less got this thing, but have no teacher, this book will confirm you’re not crazy, and you’ll fall into Reality’s warm embrace. “If you read this and don’t get it, that’s fine. Put it on the shelf for future reference, with the confidence that there are no mistakes. Pull it down from time and time and revisit it. This book is the Truth. This is You writing to You about You. I could not recommend it any more highly.”—Fred S. Davis, Columbia, SC
Peter Dziuban
2014-01-10T15:45:35-07:00
“An astonishing book. I’ve read hundreds of spiritual books, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Christian mysticism, A Course in Miracles, Eckhart Tolle. Then came Nisargadatta, Maharshi, Balsekar, Byron Katie, Ken Wilber, Gangaji, and Adyashanti. This book is in that lofty league. “The beauty of it is that it doesn’t write down to you, or lead you in intellectual circles. It tells you What’s What, in many brilliant ways. When you are ready, this book will be astonishing. Until then, it will be gobbledygook. Buy it today. Try to read it. If you get it, it’ll change your life. If you’ve already more or less got this thing, but have no teacher, this book will confirm you’re not crazy, and you’ll fall into Reality’s warm embrace. “If you read this and don’t get it, that’s fine. Put it on the shelf for future reference, with the confidence that there are no mistakes. Pull it down from time and time and revisit it. This book is the Truth. This is You writing to You about You. I could not recommend it any more highly.”—Fred S. Davis, Columbia, SC
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