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I've read Right Use of Will twice before reading Original Cause: The Unseen Role of Denial. RUoW was one of the most transformative works I've ever read. I didn't know what else could be said in 7 other books, as RUoW seemed so comprehensive, but now I'm beginning to understand how much more there is to say, and I feel kind of scared but also compelled to hunt down the others to read.
Original Cause is another channeled book supposedly with the voice of God (the same one as the Biblical one) and goes through the process of creation from God's point of view, beginning with Himself (Spirit-Mind) and then detailing the birth of the mother-polarity (Will), Heart (the balance between spirit-will) and Form, then the various groups of entities--The Ancient Ones, orders of Archangels and Angels, and the Rainbow Spirits--representing the chakras of God. It was really repetitive reading this part (which constitutes most of the book) and I have to admit, boring, but its purpose was to show where "Lost Will" was created in the process of Creation in order for the reader to be triggered anywhere where s/he might find a reflection in what was happening. So even boredom is a trigger.
The last section is more like RUoW in its exposition and thus provides more interesting reading. It talks about sex, death, and why there are so many people on earth--how many people contain only fragments of spirit or more lost will, and they aren't actual incarnations of spirits that were in other bodies before. A depressing thought to me, but a very interesting and unique viewpoint that deserves serious consideration at the very least for its worth in triggering the reader's emotions. The book also throughout tells you how to release the emotions that are coming up, thus by the end you could literally be a different person.
As with Right Use of Will, this book is not for everyone, but for the daring readers that are curious enough, and serious enough about recovering True Heart, this is certainly an authentic place to begin. The words are full of integrity and you will be challenged to see yourself and everyone around you with such insight as to be shocked into feeling your emotions, and to accept them and give them their rightful place in your life; to discover your True Essence.
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This is very profound, although it is not for skeptics. I think it is best not throw one's total belief in any one writing, but his book does have interesting thoughts. Some parts are quite unbelievable and should be taken with a "grain of salt". All of these books can be obtained from the author at a web site under "Right Use of Will," or can be found used at Amazon or ebay. If this is really from Source, it might help to understand who "God" really is although many will not want to give up the rosy image of God that they already have. There are some parts that have me doubting.