Book Review: Love Has Forgotten No One
This book is the third book in a trilogy. The other other two books are The Disappearance of the Universe: Straight Talk About Illusions, Past Lives, Religion, Sex, Politics, and the Miracles of Forgiveness and Your Immortal Reality: How to Break the Cycle of Birth and Death. This book is my favourite of the three or maybe, at the end of 2013, I am at a different place reading it than a few years ago when I was reading the other two. All three of these books are related to A Course in Miracles.
And delightfully the best part I found is not said by Arten and Pursah, but the author Gary Renard, as Pursah puts it: “ You keep getting it more deeply all the time.” A&P let Gary do more and more talk now when they appear, and Gary’s has taken it on so nicely. I particularly like the overall review Gary makes when they first appeared during this series on from page 7 to page 11.
In the deepest canyons of our unconscious mind is the guilt that goes all the way back to the original idea of being separate from God, which is the so-called original sin that is really the source of our upsets. But then we assign the reason for our upset to be something outside of ourselves, because that’s where we projected it. So we think we’re upset because we’re not going to have enough money for retirement or because the terrorists are going to blow up our airplane and we forget that it’s not the projection at all that’s really upsetting us, but its source in the mind.
I also like Gary’s new definition of “asshole” – a dream figure that was an image I projected from my own unconscious mind who was a scapegoat for my guilt over the original separation from God, who occasionally appeared to say things to me that one might consider to be inappropriate.
Included in this book is Gary’s unique healing exercise. And Arten’s list of healthy living, 12 points to keep the ego mind occupied while we slip in our right-minded thoughts simultaneously.
1. Walk. Eventually 1 hour/day. Okay to take 2 days off / week.
2. Breathe deeply – whenever I think of it. Exhale deeply. When I feel tired, breathe deeply for a while, I’ll feel more energetic.
3. Stretch. Stay loose.
4. Drink a lot of water.
5. Fast one day per month. Okay to drink juices. No food, no booze, no drugs. (Good for the heart)
6. Eat honey. Honey is as close as we’ll come to finding something on the level of form that is both organic and virtually indestructible. Better than sleeping pill (2 tablespoonfuls of honey before going to bed. For heartburn, take honey a half an hour before eating dinner, and before going to bed… for allergies, consume honey that comes from the area that you live in.)
7. Drink noni juice. Extracted from noni plant, mostly in Tahiti.
8. Drink juices if not noni. Have one or two glasses of fruit juice a day.
9. Go out in the sun for 20 minutes a day when it’s sunny. Take vitamin D3. – Combined it helps with depression.
11. Look into age extension.
12. Oxygenate the body. Through the ingestion of 35% food-grade hydrogen peroxide.
If I ever have my chance to meet my own – oh how I’d love it! – Arten and Pursah, I’d definitely request a MIND TRANSPORT – astral travel. That amazing experience! So this second chapter of the book, A Tour of the In-Between Life, the whole chapter is about this Out of Body Experience.
Arten said, “Most of the people in the history books were war makers – you and your readers are peacemakers.” Thank you for acknowledging that.
Imagine that: A hundred years from now we won’t just be able to go to the movies, we’ll be able to go IN the movie. They’ll be holographic – totally lifelike. You’ll be able to meet and interact with people who aren’t there, like in your life now, and they will seem completely real to you, right down to the touch. You already have the technology today where you can feel things that aren’t there. In the future, you’ll have movies that mimic reality so completely that you won’t be able to tell the difference between the real illusion and the phony illusion. And imagine having sex in a movie.
You are perfect.
The world is perfect.
The ideas about you and the world may not be perfect.
Undo the ideas, and you see the perfection.
Extend your love into the world that isn’t there.