Peter I've been on the fence about reading your book, but if Ram Dass likes your book I will buy it.. I wonder if you can help me get past this one thing I hold against authors such as Paramahansa Yogananda and yourself which is the stories of magical experiences. These stories may be true, I don't know, but I don't understand what good it does me to read them. It makes me feel like I'm supposed to be looking for magical experiences like this in my life, and I have a gut feeling that that is far from what the path to realization is about. –Facebook, July 14, 2017
Thanks for being open to read my book. You are definitely right that one should not pursue magical or even extraordinary experiences, for that pursuit distracts from the realization of the Self, which can be perceived only in the NOW! However, consciousness can appear magical to the limited self. What we call magical is simply something that transcends our normal daily experience. Since consciousness is unlimited there is nothing that cannot be experienced. Reading about these experiences simply opens the mind to its true unlimited nature.
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Peter Mt. Shasta, author of the metaphysical classics "I AM" the Open Door and the two volume autobiography, Adventures of a Western Mystic, tells in this new Book of his adventures in Tibet and the spiritual teachings that Saint Germain asked him to share in the West.
His journey begins with the etheric appearance of the Sixteenth Karmapa, regarded during his life as a living Buddha, who told him to go to Tibet and seek a Wish-Fulfilling Jewel. He was also told to visit the Karmapa's new reincarnation, a seventeen-year-old boy residing at Tsurphu Monastery. Once in Tibet, he is given a further mission by the Dalai Lama. One adventure after another forces Peter to turn to the Ascended Master Saint Germain and his own I AM Presence, as well as to apply the tantric teachings he is learning. Through his adventures Peter realizes the beauty and power of these ancient teachings.
Saint Germain explains that in the 1930s he gave the basic knowledge of the Masters and the I AM Presence to Godfre Ray King (author of Unveiled Mysteries), but that it is now time for those teachings to be expanded and deepened. These teachings Peter received in Tibet expand ones understanding of the nature of mind, and show how to invoke its hidden powers of blessings and transformation.