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  • Hardcover: 312 pages
  • Publisher: Blue Dolphin Publishing (October 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1577332024
  • ISBN-13: 978-1577332022
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 6.1 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,819,045 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Peter Francis Dziuban (pronounced Jubin) first became interested in philosophy and Reality while attending the University of Notre Dame. He later investigated various philosophies and spiritual teachings through reading, study and practice. These included general Western philosophy, several Eastern teachings, Science of Mind, Unity, Christian Science, and the Infinite Way - notably the writings and talks of Joel Goldsmith, Lorene McClintock and Herb Fitch. Mr. Dziuban became aware of Absolute Reality through the writings and lectures of Dr. Alfred Aiken in 1985. He continues to work with this material daily. While Consciousness Is All has its foundation in Alfred Aiken's writings and talks, it is a completely new and original work. It was written over a period of several years, and first copyrighted in 1998, although not published until 2005. Mr. Dziuban is nearing completion of a second book, So Be It: How the Nature of Being Answers the Biggest Questions in Science Today. Mr. Dziuban has worked at several positions in corporate America - most of them in the communications field, including eight years as a writer. He currently resides in New York, NY.

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Peter Francis Dziuban (pronounced Joobin) is an author/lecturer on Consciousness, Awareness and spirituality. His books and talks have helped thousands experience greater clarity, happiness and freedom in life.

Peter first became interested in spirituality and philosophy while attending the University of Notre Dame. He later investigated many spiritual and mystical teachings and traditions, ranging from Eastern to Christian-based.

Peter's newest book is Simply Notice -- Clear Awareness Is the Key to Happiness, Love and Freedom (Balboa Press, August 2013) Please visit www.PeterDziuban.com.

Peter's first book, Consciousness Is All, is a thorough examination of what is sometimes called Infinite Consciousness or Reality, with an experiential emphasis, enabling readers to experience for themselves.

He lectures around the country and maintains a blog, "Reality Check." His workshops/retreats are concerned primarily with awareness--however, not as a concept or theory, but as alive experience.

Peter also maintains a Youtube channel, currently featuring the popular Time Out! series of 23 videos, which challenge mistaken assumptions and beliefs about time. www.Youtube.com/PeterDziuban

Peter has just completed his second book, Simply Notice - Book 1, to be published early 2013. Simply Notice is intended to be a series of books, designed to make the deeper points of nondual awareness clear and accessible to the general public. Through simple, experiential noticing exercises Book 1 exposes and reverses the age-old belief of Life being on earth--revealing "earth" to be but mere perceptions in unlimited Life, Love. For a free excerpt, please go to www.SimplyNotice.com

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It's more a transmission from Truth than a book about Truth.
Snowy Woods
From the very beginning to the very end of that wonderful book, I seemed to understand exactly what Peter was saying.
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If you are still reading this review, you owe it to yourself to get this book.
Linda D. Russell

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121 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Fred Davis VINE VOICE on January 19, 2008
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This is a wholly remarkable book. I was put off just a little by the Introduction, and was afraid I was going to discover something a bit juvenile, or so New Age that I would be unable to take it seriously. Nothing could be further from the truth.

I've read hundreds of spiritual books, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Christian mysticism, A Course in Miracles, I mean a library of material. After decades of reading and meditating and self-inquiry, plus reading and doing a lot of stuff that's shallower and more embarrassing than what I'll confess to here, Eckhart Tolle's The Power of Now, which I read about 5 1/2 years ago, gave me both fresh insight and tools leading to experiential Truth which helped me, however marginally, to "break out of the dream and into Myself."

Then came Nisargadatta Maharaj, Ramana Maharshi, Ramesh Balsekar, Byron Katie, Ken Wilber, Gangaji, and Adyashanti, among others. All of them proved to be immensely helpful. I'm enormously grateful to them all. This book is in that lofty league, and the author surely is breathing that rare air.

The beauty of this book is that it doesn't write down to you, nor does it lead you in endless intellectual circles. It'll tell you What's What, then spends 300 pages telling you that again and again in many, many brilliant ways. My hat is off to the Real Author; it's a genuinely remarkable achievement.

I'm also grateful to Amazon's suggestive features and the reviewers here. I'd never heard of either this book or this guy. Amazon led me here, and the reviewers pushed me over the edge. I hope I can do that for you.

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, so to speak, it'll change your life.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Book Review on May 9, 2007
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Philosophy student and communications field expert Peter Francis Dziuban presents Consciousness Is All: Now Life Is Completely New, a radical reexamination of the fundamental nature of reality and human consciousness. Though founded in the writings and talks of Dr. Alfred Aiken, Consciousness Is All is unique in its precept that consciousness is the sum total of all there is - that nothing exists outside of or beyond consciousness. Thus consciousness is not a higher Self, but rather the only Self. Consciousness Is All refutes the idea that there is a would-be secondary self seeking reunion with an indeterminate "god", bur rather insists that the One Self is inclusive Wholeness and Perfection, encompassing all. "The fact that the One Consciousness is all the consciousness there is, leaves no lesser consciousness to need a teacher or way-shower. This instant, Consciousness leaves no other to be plodding or plotting; none to need awakening or spiritualizing. One Self leaves no second self to co-operate (meaning operate along with) the One. Consciousness leaves no other to reject, or even accept what It already is." A revolutionary treatise, sure to prove fascinating to anyone involved in the study of metaphysical and spiritual theories.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Linda D. Russell on January 20, 2007
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If you are looking for an adventure, read this book. At the risk of sounding like so many other reviewers of various books that exclaim "After years of searching for Truth and reading dozens of books, this is THE book.", I do have to say that after years of searching for Truth, for "what it's all about", and reading dozens of books I have found that "Consciousness Is All" is the freshest, clearest and most exciting presentation of Fact, Truth I have experienced. You get the distinct feeling that what you are reading is very different from anything else you have read and that the author is Intellegence, Life, Truth Itself. There is an Aliveness and a call to attention that is stunning. If you are still reading this review, you owe it to yourself to get this book.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Carole Allen on January 26, 2007
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Consciousness Is All is like a fine wine coming from the staff of Life. It is invaluable beyond importance. A book to cherish and re-read it is a constant reminder of the One Divine Consciousness we are. When we forget our true identify we get lost. The truth, as so beautifully written in this book and in Alfred Aiken's books and tapes will set you free.

What can be more important than the knowledge that heaven is here now?
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Salahdin Khan on January 14, 2011
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If you, dear reader, have come across this book titled"Consciousness Is All" for whatever reason, it may turn out to be the most wondrous coincidence you have ever experienced. This review is my attempt to capture in words what "wonder" really signifies in the context of "Consciousness Is All".

Instead of referring this as a book I would call it a "body of work" because it is pointing to "something" which is seamlessly intimate and daylight-obvious, but at the same time it is Infinite, non-local and dimensionless, thus, indescribable. In contrast, books are usually vehicles attempting to describe things, ideas and imaginations which are by nature finite thus describable.

At the very onset this Work lays out clearly and straight forwardly, in simple terms what its intention is: To speak out from the standpoint of Infinity only. Meaning if Infinity could speak (being non-dimensional and Absolute It doesn't talk obviously!) then what it would say to Itself about Itself. This indeed appears to be the grandest of all propositions! However, the wonder is, one can hear with sparkling clarity the whispering of Infinity about it's own boundlessness. As only the Infinity can possibly hear It's own voice, what is essentially required is the"readiness" to be the Infinity Itself and paradoxically, but truly, Infinity is the very presence of "your"Own Being . The readiness here implies a soft yet alert and ardent openness to the possibility that the perspective of "Consciousness Is All" is true and the "looking out from"the Infinite Reality is possible.

Realizing the crucial but fundamental difference between "everything is consciousness" and "Consciousness Is All" has been the "eureka moment" for this reviewer.
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