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Being: The Metamorphosis of Consciousness
Being The Metamorphosis of Consciousness Author:Cary R. Mangum JD, Ralph W. Garvis Your state of BEING is how you express yourself -- the 'you that is you'. We have a tendency to think it is what we are doing, have done, or possibly what we will do in the future. — This book -- in two parts -- offers a unique look at how our individualized BEINGNESS occurs and how it is capable of transformation. In a sense there is a paradox h... more »ere, for In Book One: the question is asked "Why do I have the ability to see, hear and feel what those around me do not perceive? Why do most people allow thoughts of others to control them in countless unseen ways? Why do they 'program out' native abilities?...
Book Two is much more extensive and is the perspective of that "BEING" who asked the questions in Book One. The results are diagrams and drawings of aspects never revealed before in print. It describes the Creative Source, its energies and force fields, vital vortexes and realms that interpenetrate one another ?? and other aspects far beyond common perception; such as the subtle energy bodies, hour-glass effect, choke point, arc-of-life; the physical body and it's five energy fields, facets of mind, the composite realms of Light, Mist and Manifest and many more!
The underlying concept is from a truly different perspective. Here you'll find a BEING to which you may relate -- and again, you may be surprised. It's written from the perspective of a BEING that could learn in a way that the people around it did not use. Its capacity to mentally communicate was never considered, for they had lost theirs. That it was possible to receive non-physical sensitory stimuli was disbelieved for their ability had been buried. The Being knew much more than realized. It could perceive much that others could not, hear what they could not, feel what they could not. Its sensory receptor ranges far exceeded normal human ranges.
This can be an amazing experience for the reader.« less