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Living Deliberately: The Discovery and Development of Avatar Paperback – January, 1994
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At that point in time, I found it to be somewhat esoteric.
In a nut shell, there are actually three important parts in the book:
- the first part deals with the author's personal awakening & transformation;
- the second part outlines the working philosophy behind the proprietary & expensive AVATAR training, which the author has created based on his personal awakening & transformation;
- the final part covers belief system, experiencing reality & creating thoughtforms; to be more precise, about how our beliefs create our thoughts, in turn, how our thoughts create our experiences (& how we can discreate them at will); these aspects form the philosophical foundation of the AVATAR training;
Frankly, I didn't quite enjoy reading the book in the beginning, although it introduced me to the 'working mechanism' behind belief engineering. I was hooked & went on to read & explore other works, especially Bruce Doyle's 'Before You Think Another Thought'. To me, the author of this book did a much better job in explaining the many aspects of belief engineering. Many thanks to you, Bruce!
For readers who are still interested in reading 'Living Deliberately', I would suggest a companion book to go along, i.e. 'Resurfacing: Techniques for Exploring Consciousness' (also by Harry Palmer), which has a series of 30 practical exercises. These specially tailored exercises will give readers the 'world experience' of being in control, rather than absorbing more 'word experience.' It is definitely worth exploring!Read more ›
If your interested, there is also a book called Resurfacing which has many of the exercises from the first couple of days of the Avatar training.
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Some interesting insights, I haven't finished reading it. Its one of those books you pick up for inspiration.Published 17 months ago by Jewell A. Livers
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This book won't give you the answers but it will make you stop and think about finding answers on your own. Read morePublished 23 months ago by LOD7942
Avatar hit me like a bolt of lightening. It was the culmination of years of aspiring to grow beyond my personal existence, which was a story of grief and failure. Read morePublished on December 24, 2013 by John Lentz
What a ride! Harry Palmer writes so well i felt i was watching his life from across the street the whole time! And once the noise of the mind stopped, WOW! Read morePublished on December 11, 2012 by jonsson21
Living Deliberately By Harry Palmer
Since the dawn of history there have always been those in power who have instilled fear into the people,... Read more
Living Deliberately describes Harry Palmer's enlightening discovery of how a person can quiet the mind and create a belief with such certainty that they experience it as reality. Read morePublished on December 11, 2008 by George S. Thompson