These are four suggestions to read during March – I confess to having read The Easiest Way since I published this last month, patience not being my best virtue. It was a great read, simple and profound, and indeed the easiest form of Ho’oponopono I have come across. Do read it if you feel it’s for you, or choose from the other three. As there are a good number of us, we could try out two books between us if the votes are split evenly. To vote for your preference, please send me (Helen) an email.
The Disappearance of the Universe, Gary R Renard
This is the description Amazon gave:
“What would you do if you were sitting quietly in your living room when two mysterious strangers appeared from out of nowhere-and then told you they were ‘ascended masters’ who had come to reveal some shocking secrets of existence and teach you the miraculous powers of advanced forgiveness? Would you call the cops? Call a psychiatrist? Call out for pizza? When two such teachers appeared before Gary Renard in 1992, he chose to listen to them (and ask a lot of questions). The result is this startling book: an extraordinary record of 17 mind bending conversations that took place over nearly a decade, reorienting the author’s life and giving the world an uncompromising introduction to a spiritual teaching destined to change human history.”
I found a site for the author Gary R Renard which contains a preview of the books content which after reading it convinced me even more, click here to read for yourself.
The Healing Code
This book is intriguing me despite it’s ‘6 minute’ claim to heal 95% of all illnesses, something most of us might snort at in much the same way anyone could claim to provoke a miracle in an allocated time frame. But I know that miracles can and do happen, and that healing can occur spontaneously simply by asking for it. The theory is that the our illnesses are caused by negative memories which can be removed with the code promoting instant or eventual healing. This makes sense to me having benefitted from the removal of ‘old programmes’ during a few spiritual response therapy sessions recently. The author also claims to have received the codes from God and there are many testimonials and research to back up the healings in the first half of the book. Whilst it may appear slightly sensational, I think this book is probably worth a read although I’m not entirely convinced the method is anything different from that that we already have access to operating under a different guise.
The Easiest Way, Mabel Katz
This author and book was recommended to me by a friend as an alternative to author Joe Vitale, both enlighten us on the method of Ho’oponopono; an empowering way of deleting your negative inner programs and helping us to realise that we are responsible for everything that goes wrong or is negative in our life. To learn more about Ho’oponopono take a look at Mabel’s website, which looks a little cheesy but I hope, like me you can see beyond this ‘Americanism’ and absorb the message intended. In my experience, Ho’oponopono really does work and if Mabel’s style of writing is less ‘Americanised’ that Joe Vitale then I shall enjoy this read as well as hone my skills as a Ho’oponoponist.
Divine Love for the Soul, Joan Warden
A collection of short true stories.
Recommended by Emma and is a collection of true, short stories, which might be a good idea to see how we all cope with the pressure of reading a book within a month – if we don’t finish it most of us could still discuss a few of the stories at least. Here’s a brief review: A soul awakening is the key to receiving Divine Love for the Soul, as the twenty-one writers of this book discovered. Not satisfied with traditional religious dogma, many of these truth seekers embarked on a mission to find the missing link to God and, to their amazement, their journey was successful.
In part I, true stories of soul awakenings, the writers share the process of their Divine Love path. They enlighten us as to the ease of getting closer to God and having a personal relationship with Him. The stories of out-of-this-world spiritual experiences are both riveting and compelling; and inspirational essays about Divine Love are informative and motivational.
A sampling of profound messages from Divine Angels in Part II explain what Divine Love is, how we are able to obtain it in our souls, the benefits of receiving this Love to remove our fears and worries, heal our physical illnesses, give us happiness and peace that passeth all understanding, and why it is very important that we become aware of Divine Love’s amazing power to purify our souls while we are still living on this earth.