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- Publisher: Inner Light/Global Communications (March 21, 2011)
- Publication Date: March 21, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004TAD004
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Cosmic Telepathy: A How-To Guide To Mental Telepathy Kindle Edition
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The Rampa stories dealt with orgainazied religions as a "man made" influence for control issues keeping those in power rather with knowledge rather than giving equal opportunity to the masses. Keeping the inheritance of power from being learned. Some of mankind tweaked the orginal teachings and perverted it for their own use.
The Lobsan Rampa never refered to himself as part of the Galatic Federation in any association. As far as a "savior" goes Rampa recognized that all beings were a part of God and no one "savior" was going to rise up and return to get anyone out of their own mess. He was pretty clear that man could change the things for his better part and that there would be help when asked but a "knight in armor on a white horse coming to the rescue" was not going to happen.
Book 12 of the Rampa series indicated that he was captured by but never a part of this organization of the Galatic Federation nor did he hint that he had been recruited so to speak. What Rampa did do is convey to man that mankind could and had the power to change his/herself by using the power with in. Understanding the power within is what Rampa was teaching not dependancy on any organization to save the human race.
As a matter of fact in book 12 of the Rampa series he indicated that the "Superior Alien Beings" based on his experience in the story had deliberated in destroying the population of this world. Scraping it and starting over would have been easier by some accounts that to let the population continue on self destruction.
The author of this book may have "channeled" some being though I doubt it was T. Lobsang Rampa. This book is not congruent to the general story line of T.Lobsan Rampa series. I personally feel that this author Tullia did hit on some similiarites in meditation and telepathic process. If you are truely intrested in learning about meditation and telepathic process I would advised reading the Rampa stories first, learning about the Tibetian forms of meditation, then read, read, read. Maybe reading about some of the traditional pathways such as yoga or one of the martial art forms would be a better source to persue.
There are many beings (human or otherwise) who do not want any human to know their true potential. This can be displayed in the form of tricking even some well meaning people into giving inadequate guidance to keep the seeker off track.
The ability to navigate the treacherous waters of interpersonal telepathy is only one of the many aspects of the subject dealt with by Tuella in her impressive overview, "Cosmic Telepaty." For the most part, the author focuses her attention on cultivating contact with the higher realms by means of voice transmissions to the receptive human mind, and a great deal of the text lays the groundwork for facilitating that contact. Varioius kinds of mental and physical purification as well as learning basic meditation skills must precede the novice's first attempts to achieve the desired communion with the spirits of light.
Tuella's beliefs about just who those spirits of light really are runs the gamut from the kindly Space Brothers first popularized by George Adamski and others in the 1950s to the Heavenly messengers of a brand of Gnostic Christianity that also takes in the writings of the Apostle Paul, the Psalms of the Old Testament and the Book of Revelation. There is a form of Christ himself present in all of us, Tuella preaches, and learning to recognize that core of goodness in ourselves and every other individual is a crucial step on the Heavenly Path.
It is an accepted fact of of UFO abduction research that telepathy is nearly always utilized in the typical abduction scenario. The aliens not only communicate telepathically with the abductee, theya also seem able to read even the most hidden parts of the human mind with complete ease. In that sense, "Cosmic Telepathy" may function as a kind of "Contactee's Handbook," spelling out as plainly as possible the dynamics of telepathic contact and the skills one must learn in order to get the most out of the experience. There are even a few diagrams of the human brain that seek to explain just what parts of the brain are activated in the various stages of receptiveness to the cosmic messages that the typical adept will go through.
Tuella repeatedly cautions that the beginner to be patient in follwing the meditation and listening techniques she details. The ultimate goal is to hear the voices of the aforementioned benevolent spirits of light and thereby join a team of human Light Workers laboring hand-in-hand to establish Christ's kingdom of heaven on Earth. One wonders however whether those voices are the kind that never shut up and leave one wandering the street pushing a shopping cart? Not so, counters Tuella. She includes some spiritual exercises designed to keep the practitioner from the dark influences of evil spirits and even from fellow mortals who are overwhelmed by infectious, negative emotions.
The final chapter of Tuella's "Cosmic Telepathy" is an inspiring pep talk about walking in spiritual victory that even the most jaded reader of New Age literature will find uplifting and encouraging. Learning to literally "hear" the small, still voice of cosmic common sense and wisdom is a skill that anyone would find useful--given that they are opened up to it in the right way and actually able to master it in practical terms. If Tuella manages to lead the reader to even a small portion of that bliss and peace she says is available to all, then "Cosmic Telepathy" is more than worth its purchase price and the time spent in reading it.