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Oneness Perfect Paperback – February 15, 2006
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"There is a higher Source behind this wisdom and it is in every person's best interest to get to know it . . . to pick up this book and read it, word by precious word." Ervin Laszlo, author of Science and the Akashic Field and The Chaos Point
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Author of Oneness and The Calling, Rasha awakened to her inner-calling as a messenger of Divine guidance in 1987. She has dedicated her life to addressing the profound spiritual awakening that's the hallmark of these times. Her teachings are universal and do not represent the beliefs of any religion, spiritual movement or guru. An incurable world traveler with an affinity for India and Northern New Mexico, Rasha actively continues to document the teachings of Oneness for future volumes.
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I'm a teacher of metaphysical awareness and have been devouring spiritual texts and working with energy for well over 50 years; long before it was "cool" to admit that you could talk to dead people. I was born clairvoyant, fully touch-empathic, and clairsentient, with a disturbing level of past-life recall, so my world view and perspective of "reality" has always been dramatically off of the beaten path. I studied psychology for 15+ years, purely for the joy of it. It's hard to surprise me, and harder still to offer me a view of life more outside of the norm than the one I already hold. But this text offers me a new, expanded perspective with every iteration.
It has to have been divinely inspired; I can think of no other explanation for the way a single paragraph, read and re-read over successive days, can suggest different avenues of thought simply by my shifting the emphasis given to a single word as I read. There is no way to lift a phrase or quote to explain its potency; in an organic, wholistic sort of way, each concept fuels the next. I began to highlight favorite passages, but my students were soon laughing because the entire book is striped in different shades of yellow and pink. (I think I'll use blue with the next reading, for variety.)
I'm a voracious reader who started reading significant works of literature early in life (I read the Lord of the Rings trilogy at 6 years old); but after six decades of life, this may be THE most noteworthy book I've ever had the pleasure to be given. I bless the friend who sent it to me daily, and joke that he hasn't got a chance of topping it.
Definitely give it a shot. You'll know immediately whether it's speaking to YOUR soul.