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Seeing Clearly

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by: jamelle morgan
Books with a 5 star rating  (1)
Publication Date: June 8, 2015
Book Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
Pages: 228
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9780982761915

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Book Synopsis
Seeing Clearly is a little book about Big Questions: What is God? Is there an afterlife? What's really real? How do we explain near-death visions, miracles and mysteries? What does it mean to see clearly?

Millions tuned in for “ah ha” moments with Oprah and teachers like Eckhart Tolle or Michael Singer (The Untethered Soul). We’ve turned to the East, turned on with Ram Dass, journeyed with Carlos Castaneda, and gone deep with Deepak Chopra.
Tired of searching? Suffered enough? Peace is possible.

No one can explain the inexplicable, but maybe it’s not necessary. Maybe all we need is to let go. But, first let’s take another wild ride through the metaphysical, philosophical, and cosmic concepts from the novel, A Kindred Spirit, as this time we discover what IS really real.

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Customer Comments
Posted: June 23, 2015
Customer comment 5 star rating
This 5-star rating is from professional reviewer D. Scott Apel, who posted this review on sites that don't require "membership" to post:

Author Jami Morgan has created a small miracle with this book: a summary of the steppingstones on her own path to enlightenment and a guidebook for spiritual seekers who desire enlightenment but don’t know where to start or which road to take. Her cogent condensations of such subjects as Zen, Yoga, A Course in Miracles, gods and gurus, Buddhism, and many more spiritual subjects are digested with respect, sprinkled with deep insight and inspiration, illustrated by stories of her personal relationship with the subjects, and always contain a touch of pixish humor. She is indeed a brave person to share her own deeply personal experiences with her readers, and the book reads less like a dry scholarly tome than like an in-depth conversation with an enthusiastic (and well-read) aspirant. Her engaging spirit and intellectual thrill virtually leap off the page. Morgan refers to “Seeing Clearly” as a “sequel of sorts” to her novel “A Kindred Spirit,” delving into the background of the experiences and studies that are fictionalized in that book; as such, the two books make a binary pair, and are best read together. But “Seeing Clearly” easily stands alone on its own merits.
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